Wednesday, May 6, 2015

The Dragon Chornicles Book One: Learning by D.R. Grady

“From her squeaky voice, I take it Lindy hasn’t accepted her new role in life?” Amusement and sympathy lit Keely’s eyes.

“Neither of them, in fact.”

“I’m struggling with being a dragon, but I’ve got being an elf down,” Lindy huffed.

Alex turned amused eyes on Keely. “This is Lindy Veles, my dragon and my mate. She’s in denial.”

Mate? Her mind jammed into neutral. Lindy choked on the tea she just sipped. Alex bolted upright and tapped her back until she coughed the liquid out of her lungs. “Mate?” she choked out. This was way too soon.

He scooped her up and settled her on his lap. And therefore sheltered and protected her within his warmth. “Mate.”

No way. This was not possible.

Hugh leaned forward and sniffed in the freaky way shifters do. “Mates for sure.”

“You can smell it?” Ewain’s eyes were as wide as hers.

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Peace has reigned for so long, most beings believe dragons are mere myths, including elf professor Dr. Lindy Veles. After meeting attractive Dr. Alex von Schreider—a surly professor from a bear shifter family who possesses plenty of paranormal power, yet can't shift—things start to spiral downward. Especially when he catches Lindy's strong shifter scent. Elves don’t normally shift. Alex finds the compelling elf’s denials suspicious. Lindy thinks he’s crazy to believe she’s a shifter.

As they delve into the ancient Dragon Chronicles, tomes about dragons, it quickly becomes clear their efforts are no mere academic exercise. Dragons are suddenly becoming all too real. When Lindy shifts into one, Alex discovers he’s meant to control her dragon—the most powerful creature on earth. The pair is caught in the middle of two raging battles . . . their own personal emotional war and the war to save their world.

With the clock ticking, Lindy and Alex must surrender their misconceptions about themselves and dragons, and unite to begin the fight for their very existence.

A carefree elf and a surly bear non-shifter have to unite to save the world. Too bad no one believes in dragons, until she turns into one under dire circumstances.

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