Ty the Sexy Dragon

Fire Mate, Book One

To sum this book up in a two words: scorching hot. This story got my juices flowing in every sense of the word. The story was terrific, the sex scenes absolutely mind blowing, and the ending couldn't have been better. I only wish the story was a little longer, and I can't wait for the next installment of this new series.

Ty is a dragon shifter and not just any dragon, but a fire dragon. For the dragon shifters there is only one mate, and when they find each other stand back and watch the fireworks. For Ty, his mate is Sera.

She runs by the restaurant where Ty is. As she runs by, he immediately feels like he is going to go up in flames. He has twelve hours to make her his or the results could be devastating. Sera find herself totally aroused by a complete stranger. The only thing she can think of doing is getting him in her bed and letting nature take its course. Can both survive the attraction, or will they go up in flames, literally? If they survive, both will find an everlasting love with fireworks to last several lifetimes.


Book Blurb for Ty the Sexy Dragon

Life isn’t easy for a modern-day dragon shifter. Unlike those wuss werewolves, dragons can’t just shift and go for a run through the nearest forest. They can’t go flying on a whim. Forget about scared villagers slinging arrows; these days it’s Neighborhood Watch zealots with AK-47s. Then there’s the whole sex issue. Try telling the little cutie at the local Starbucks that a soul-shattering orgasm might end in bed flambé.

No, being a dragon shifter kinda sucks. And for Tyson, it’s even worse—because he’s suddenly in heat. Bad news for the stranger he spies running along Bondi Beach. Ty instantly recognizes Sera as his mate. Now he has to convince her, while also dodging the psychopathic dragon hunter on his tail. Scorching sexual persuasion should do the trick. Hopefully. Because if Ty doesn’t join with his Fire Mate before his heat cycle finishes, bad things will happen. Lots of bad things.  


Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2011 5.00