Genre: Paranormal Romance/
alternate universe/historical/red hot
Date of Publication: December 30th
Number of pages: 75
Before there can be fire, there must be air…
Dragon’s Fate, Book 3
Like his brothers, Ilmir is a dragon born by blood magic. Unlike them, he has an unrelenting thirst for human blood. His one and only scruple: he will never bite a woman he loves. It would kill her, and her loss would drive him mad.
Yet over the years, a young girl he once rescued and brought to the Isle has grown into a woman who occupies too much of his mind and heart.
On her name day, Astrid makes her two most heartfelt wishes: to experience the delights of the city, and to bring the vexing Ilmir back to the Zir family fold. As her wishes drop from her lips, lightning cracks and she discovers she is a weather witch—one in need of serious training to control her powers.
But her goal to redeem Ilmir is fraught with peril, for her deep need to learn the magical language not only awakens the dragon’s passion, it creates a perfect storm of danger that could cost the life of the man she loves.
Warning: This novel contains explicit sex, weather witches, vampires, a super-hot air dragon, and a woman who can wrap him up in a spell.
Book three takes to the third Zir brother Ilmir. Probably the badest of the Zir brothers and by far now my favorite. Ilmir, needs blood and is to ashamed to take it even if it means that the woman he bites dies. Making no excuses for himself, he lives his life as he sees fit even if it upsets the entire family. However Ilmir has a secret.
Astrid, saved years ago by Ilmir has become part of the family. Her only wish being that her family is happy and that includes having Ilmir rejoin his brothers. With a fateful wish, a trip to the city, and an unexpected discovery this quickly became my favorite of the three books. I loved Ilmir and his bad boy attitude. He’s my favorite type of leading man. I have to admit that with the couples first meeting I was afraid this wouldn’t be the book for me, but once I got past that part I could find little to complain about. With a bit of a cliffhanger that the other books didn’t have I am definitely looking forward to book 4.
Reviews by Regan
About the Author:
Lacy Danes made a New Year’s resolution to write a hot, historical romance.
A year and a half later, she achieved her goal. She lives in Portland, Oregon, where besides writing she enjoys playing cards, chasing her kids around, and savoring a great martini with the man of her dreams all while watching the world go by.
Visit Lacy at her web site.