Dark Embers: A Dragon's Heat Novel

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Penguin, Jul 6, 2010 - Fiction - 320 pages
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A new erotic paranormal series, starring dragon shapeshifters, kicks off with a very sexy debut...

Prince Dylan MacLeod is one of the last pure-blood dragon shape- shifters-and ruler of a dying race, the Dragonstar clan. It falls to him to protect his people and their ancient magic. But he has one important duty: to provide an heir...

Like all dragons, Dylan, who has a dark, rampant sexual appetite, can only procreate with his destined mate-for whom he's searched for the last five hundred years. But his quest is delayed when a disease sweeps through the Dragonstars, and Dylan must venture to the human world to find a cure. He tracks down bio-chemist Phoebe Quillum, never imagining the beautiful scientist would be the mate he's been seeking. But even with the fate of the clan on their shoulders, Phoebe and Dylan are overcome by their sexual desire.

Their passion turns to something truer, but when Phoebe is kidnapped by Dylan's oldest enemy, he must risk everything for his love and his clan...

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User Review  - CarpeLibra - LibraryThing

Dylan, king of the Dragons from the Dragonstar clan receives bad news, after another fruitless night searching for his mate. His beloved sister has fallen victim to the terrible disease that kills it ... Read full review

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User Review  - AlaskanBookie - LibraryThing

If you like shapeshifting dragons and lots of sex this is a good read. I really had a problem with the forced relationship between Dylan and Phoebe. She was more of a possession to be treated the way ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Tessa Adams lives in Texas and teaches writing at her local community college. She is married and the mother of three young sons.

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