Zara has been away from Dragon Island Hideaway resort for four years, studying. Now she’s back, and on a mission.
Dragon shifter Damrian has missed his best friend Zara, but now she’s back, do they have a chance at something more than friendship?
When Audrey caught her husband kissing his secretary right before their wedding, her whole life was turned upside down. Determined to start over, and figure out what she really wants for herself, she sets out on their honeymoon to Dragon Island Hideaway Resort with her best friend. The cute resort manager, Hayden, seems like just the thing to help her get over her heartbreak, but when she touches him, it ignites a flame in both of them.
Dragon shifter Hayrian has no intention of getting involved in a relationship, especially not right now. If his clan’s risk of exposure, and his responsibility to run his parent’s resort in their absence, weren’t enough, he knows that he couldn’t tell a potential mate who he really is. He hadn’t counted on meeting Audrey. He wants to break through her calm and collected exterior, and help her realise that some men can be trusted.
But with his parents away, and the resort seemingly falling apart around him, can he find time to convince her he’s different?
Two overprotective dragon shifter brothers. One overprotective human one. And Morian can’t seem to breathe on her own.
Not only that, but she’s different.
Her power as a life dragon to influence and heal is rare and valued among her kind. Keeping her safe is all her parents want. But when they send her home, they put her in more danger than what she left.
Undercover police officer Finn Harley has problems of his own. After coming face to face with a dragon in his human form, he’s acquired a phobia of the scaly creatures. At least his investigation only involves following a young woman seen leaving the dragon lair to find out what she may be hiding. He’s at no risk of encountering another dragon. Or, so he hopes.
But on this tropical island resort, nothing is as it seems. As Finn and Morian are drawn together, everyone and everything seems determined to pull them apart. Even if they can get her brothers to back off, can Finn overcome his phobia when he finds out he’s in love with a dragon?