Blurb: Lex didn’t expect to find both his mates on the same day. One is with the FBI and the other is from D.O.A…an agency designed to take down the most notorious serialists with the help of their soul bond dragon. When Solo starts having heads of past lovers delivered in the mail and dragons missing, Lex can only hope they find the sick killer before his beloved dragon becomes the next to die.
Review: Each book in the D.O.A. collection features a new romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order.
Lex, Solo and Stone are mates. There are few problems with the mating except for one major one. Lex is a feline shifter that will always need both of his mates to live but his entire life he notices no one ever sticks. So when he meets not one but both of his mates on the same day, well he runs. Solo is a agent for D.O.A. and must protect those around him. He is a human that has a dragon as his spirit leader. It is quite unique. Where as Stone is a federal agent sent to investigate what is going on in their small territory. However there are dangers that seem to crop up.
Exciting, fascinating, engaging, action pact, danger filled and quite a bit of hot sexy love scenes involving not two but three men are just a bit of what you get in this story. It definitely caught my attention from the start and I can guarantee that it will be read more than once. I loved the characters but Lex is always going to be my favorite out of the three of them. Lets just say Stone and Solo need to have their heads knocked together quite a bit.
I had a blast reading this and can’t wait to get my hands on the next book.
Blurb: A serial arsonist has just burned down Jude Riddle’s family home, and is now trying to burn the people of D.O.A. out of Texas. Jude wants answers and is willing to work with anyone to get them, even if help comes in the form of century-year-old men with dragons as partners. Especially if one of those agents is Rance “Casper” Caldwell and his soul binding dragon, Smoky.
Casper has never accepted his maharishi in his renewed life. His beliefs were cut and dry. Death was final, and dragons were demons. However, since Casper had already died once and now walked the earth and was joined with a dragon by a higher power, did this mean he was an evil demon now, or was everything taught to him as a child a lie.
Discovering Jude to be his and Rance’s mate brought a light into what had been a dark, lonely existence to Smoky. He wanted nothing more than to claim what fate had gifted him, but to do so, meant he also had to strengthen his bind with Casper. Could he do this after all the hurt the man had caused him for centuries? Well, he better decide quick, because time is running out for him and Casper and an arsonist is nipping at their mates heels.
Review: Each book in the D.O.A. collection features a different romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order.
To me there is nothing better than a good romance between two sexy men. If those me just so happen to throw sparks off and have some humor going on, then the better. The fact that the paranormal aspect is so fresh and unique that makes it even rock. In this series, our sexy men died over five hundred years ago. Their dragons, well for Smoky, he died many years before that. They are bonded but not sexually. They don’t become the dragon, but can take care of some of the powers they have. The dragons can imprint on them, sort of like a tattoo on the skin. Quite different then you normally hear.
Jude has a very sweet and unusual family. He is his mothers birth son, but the others are pretty much chosen sons. Clare is the mother of all of them, which is pretty cool. When their house burns down, it is said to be by arson. The insurance company is giving them hell. On top of that it would seem Casper is his mate, as is his dragon. The problem is Casper and Smoky are not talking to each other. Smoky is dying from it. Jude is going to bang some heads together with these two, but damn if he is not turned on.
Rance “Casper”, thinks like over five hundred man thinks like. He thinks once you’re dead, your soul leaves your body. He is different from his friends, he died the day before they did, so his soul had left his body. One never knows how it works, but he is determined to believe that he is in fact a demon. He wants to die, because he fears what he is. Yeah, he needs his head smacked.
Smoky is one hell of a dragon, but he loves his bonded. He also hates his ass right now. He has tried to talk to him and explain, but the man just won’t listen. So Sparky knows it means his death, if you don’t want him there he is not going to be there. It takes their small human to shake their worlds up.
I always said that a man is stubborn as hell, but these two take the cake. You top that with a mouthy human and their worlds are about to explode. Not to mention they still have to find out who is behind the trouble.
I love the worlds that this author has created for these guys, I just wished they came out faster. It is entertaining and gives you just about everything you could ask for in a story. I was caught from the moment I started reading and couldn’t focus on anything else.
I had a blast reading it and can’t wait for the next book to come out.
Blurb: Rylee had no idea where his life was going. He had a job he hated, a mate that wouldn’t make the move to claim him, a dragon that seemed to dislike him immensely, and his brothers were so busy with their own mates he had no one to talk to about any of it. Instead, Rylee made some hard decisions on his own. One of which could cause him to lose everyone he holds dear…including his own life.
Taj had no idea what was going to become of his mate and himself. Rylee still had not said he wanted to make their mating official, his maharishi wasn’t helping him woo Rylee in that direction, and now Rylee decided to defend a member of a rival biker gang accused of murder.
Spirit had no idea how to talk to a human but knew he had to figure it out quickly. He had Taj’s dragon heat getting worse every day, Rylee putting his life in danger trying to prove himself to no one but himself, and he had to do everything he could to keep both men alive so they could become one.
Will these three find the answers to their dilemmas, or will they take too long and lose whatever chance they have to become one?
Review:Each book in the D.O.A. collection features a new romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order.
When working for the defence you don’t always get to help the innocent. However that was what Rylee wanted. He didn’t want to defend rich asshats who bribe their way through the courts and were as guilty as hell. So when his boss wanted him to defend a creep he had gotten off the last time, that was it, it was time to call it quits. He wanted a fresh start in a way, but he also wanted the one man he knew was his.
Taj was just taking his time and letting Rylee get used to being free before mating him. Although dragon’s do have a different name for it. However their Sentience was attracting some dangerous creatures, but Rylee was bound and determined to get the man out of a murder charge, but there are some pretty good surprises in store for you with this book.
I could not figure out what happened to Deak in the end, but I will have to go back and read it again to see if I could figure it out. Excitement, adventure, action, danger and some hot sexy times are just a bit of what you get in this book. The characters are smoking hot and damn I wish I had a dragon shifter for a mate. This story caught my attention from the start and kept it all the way to the end. It gave me everything I could want in a story and so much more.
I had a blast reading this story and can’t wait to get my hands on the next book.
Blurb: Rene and his men are known as D.O.A., Dragons of Anarchy. They were created centuries ago, by the great Heck, to find and destroy serialists by any means necessary. Each member was gifted with a dragon that was connected to their soul. If one died, so did the other. The men didn’t shift into the dragon, but they would call out and the maharishi would join them in the fight against evil. Not wanting their secret discovered, D.O.A. lived in a town called Drago, just outside Poconos Boulevard, and they hid behind their image as a bad ass motorcycle club.
Children were being murdered and Rene, otherwise known as Pit, along with his men were out to find out who was behind the copycat murders of a long time serial killer known as the Alphabet Killer. While questioning a victim’s mother, Rene discovered his sentience, his mate. Now all he had to do was figure out how to tell the man he was not exactly human, and he better do it fast because his dragon heat was already kicking in. Bren was the local town veterinarian. He figured something was off about SI Rene Telkin. If not from the leather jacket with a large D.O.A. patch on the back, then maybe because he drove a navy Blue Harley Davidson CVO Street glider instead of a tan sedan.
Bren was not the type to get mixed up with a biker club, even if the man was a cop. However, something kept drawing him to the sexy man and it seemed that nothing would break the bond they were forming. Not even when he discovered the secret all D.O.A. agents held. A large dragon for a partner.
Now Rene needs to do his best to claim his mate and also track down a serial killer, because on the last body was a note threatening the good doctor of Poconos Boulevard.
Review: I came across this author when she wrote a series, right along with Maggie Walsh, called Eternal Flames. Dragons have always been a favorite of mine and was glad to start finding stories that involve them. The way this author told this story was quite unique, in the fact that they truly never shifted into dragons. The dragons were a part of them and could come out all on its own and protect.
The world that was created is very entertaining and exciting. It put a fresh new look into dragons for me. I will admit that I got the book because of her previous writings and not from the blurb. As much as I love to read, the blurb kind of gave the story away a bit. It did not take away from the story but you get where I am going with this.
I also loved what D.O.A. stand for, at least for this story. Dragons of Anarchy was pretty cool and I got a kick out of it. They are a special group that has a dragon that protects them and lives within them. It can come out all on its own, with out the man needing to shift. They look like a rough biker gang, but in truth they are a family. They are sent to take out the evils of the world that endanger the humans they protect.
Someone is killing the children and needs to be stopped. Rene and his men are sent there to protect, find and destroy the killer. There are a lot of twists to this story that made it even rock more. One of the children connected to a vet in town, and that was where the guys were headed. To talk to the mother, a best friend of the vet. To Rene’s surprise the young vet is his sentience, his mate. They never truly believed that they were given this special gift. However someone was out to hurt his mate with the killings and he was going to put a stop to it.
Bren was fifteen when his parents kicked him out for being gay. He was given a new home with one of his best friends mom. She took in those who need a helping hand. Him and his friends were the four amigos. They stuck it throughout though thick or thin. Now someone has killed his god son, and killing children. They needed to be stopped, he just hadn’t expected the group that showed up. Talk about a freaky ride, but damn was it going to be worth it.
I know we rate stories from five to one, but in all truth this was way worth more then a five. It was a very fun read and I can not wait to get my hands on the next book. I can guarantee that you will love it too.