Centuries of control could not prepare Maeja for how much passion she kept hidden from herself and the man or men meant to awaken it. She was a queen first and foremost and in helping her world survive after an ice age that had destroyed many of her people; she forgot what it was to be both a woman and a dragon. In the process of finding a way to insure the survival of her people she will discover her own passionate nature. This is a journey of self-discovery and love that starts out as a quest given to her by a dragon witch that will insure the continued prosperity of her bloodline and her people.
I enjoyed every page of this book. Reading Beastly Passion is guaranteed to awaken anyone's passionate nature. This story is a quest for survival, passion, and most of all love. Love for a people, love for oneself despite perceived flaws, and love of a mate or mates as the case may be.
Maeja, queen of the Dragonian race, believes in words like duty, control and honor. She will do anything to keep her subjects safe from spying Earth technology. Her captain-at-arms knows now is the time to teach Maeja her beastly passion is not a curse. With her world on the brink of disaster, she must overcome her inhibitions and let lust control her. Taking two dragon warrior men as lovers might be too much change, but more than just her body is undergoing a cataclysmic transformation. Where dragons rule, passion follows.