A Standalone Scifi Alien Dragon Romance)
Bonus Book included: Dragons Unchained: A Dragon Shifter Paranormal Romance by Ashley West
Brought together by chance, torn apart by fate—choosing between love and loyalty will be the hardest thing they’ve ever had to do.
Allison Harper has long lived with the constant reminders that Earth has become overpopulated. So, when she’s chosen to join a research team sent into space in search of a new planet to occupy, she’s eager and excited to start the journey. When she’s taken by a hostile group of the planet’s native people, however, she gets a lot more adventure than she ever bargained for.
The Samou are a group of dragon shifters and Allison’s captors. Hakona, the man responsible for kidnapping her, is harsh, rude, and intimidating. But, when Allison finds herself trapped in a world filled with secrets, lies, and hate, she turns to the one person she shouldn’t for comfort—the man who took her. As the Samou’s lead warrior, Hakona will have to choose between the woman who’s captured his heart and the people he’s sworn allegiance to. The deeper they dive into their forbidden relationship, the more complicated their situation becomes. Sworn enemies, Allison and Hakona can’t fight the feelings quickly forming between them.
The tension between the two opposing groups is building quickly, as the heat between Allison and Hakona grows, as well. Will she choose him over the safety of her own people? Will he risk losing everything to protect the one person he shouldn’t?
Bonus Book: Dragons Unchained
Historically, dragon shifters have always been some of the most powerful people in society. They’re business men, politicians, inventors, scientists. People with clout and intelligence and status, and the money to get whatever they want out of life. And then there’s Artemis, a powerful shifter in his own right who has settled down in a small town and owns a diner. He likes his easy, quiet life. Likes his routines and his well worn habits. He has his regulars at the diner and newcomers who like to gawk at him (you can’t hide shifter blood, you just can’t), and it suits him better than a well tailored suit and a desk ever would.
He’s not expecting anything to change, but when a young woman who’s bruised and terrified shows up outside of his diner without a dime to her name and clearly running from something, the protective instinct and need to keep that he never thought he had rears his head, and leads him to want to keep her safe from all the things she’s running from. Even if it means turning his quiet life upside down completely.