Pussycat to get May out of her dancing contract, May is sure she’s in trouble. When she refuses his suit and he kidnaps her to take her to the wilds of Alaska, she knows she is. How can she convince Damek that she’s not attracted to large, muscular men, especially when she can’t seem to stop looking at him?
When Damek follows May to her place of employment, he knows exactly who she is—his mate. When she refuses his offer of marriage, he does the only thing he can. He kidnaps her and drags her to Alaska with him where he must search for a plant long thought extinct to reverse the effects of Dragonkin’s potent aphrodisiac, Dragon’s Desire.
Will the strong-willed pair overcome their differences before they return to her home, or will Damek regret even staking his claim?
Review: I really enjoyed this book and I wish that I had read the other book in this series. This is just a short and sweet book. There is some mystery surrounding it and I would love to find out all of the secrets. There has to be a reason that the witches need to have a dragon and that all of them are mates to dragon’s.
May knows that there is something that happened when she was little that makes her not trust big guys, she just doesn’t know what it is. It doesn’t matter what she tells herself about Damek, once she kisses him she knows that he is the man for her. She has a really sweet heart and she helps out starving kids. That is the only reason she needs money. I really don’t know what is going on in this series. I know I am missing some things but I did enjoy this book.
Damek seems to be an old dragon and has a lot of money. He seems to be a really nice dragon and he has been waiting forever to find his mate. Even if it means taking her without her permission. He was really doing it to save her life. This was a different kind of dragon-shifter than I have ever read. I can’t wait to read more in this series and hopefully I can learn more of the secrets and get to the bottom of this series. The author did a great job writing this story.