“Dragon King's Prize” is a short but very entertaining shifter story. Leon and Rashik are appealing characters. Leon's courage and sense of right and wrong make him the classic underdog. Rashik has a strong code of honor that allows his attraction to a human to grow. The baby dragon ties the whole story together. It was touching and exciting tale of love, hate and redemption. There is fast paced action, passionate longing and a race to save a little girl. Great story and the perfect length for an afternoon break.
Leon has been a disappointment to his family all his life. When his shifter hating father uses a baby dragon as bait for the adults, Leon knows he has to help. In freeing the baby, he becomes the prisoner of King Rashik. His life hangs in the balance even as Rashik fights his attraction to human.
Leon is an anomaly, born to a family of hunters who believe all shifters need to die. When his family goes too far and uses a young dragon shifter as bait, Leon is forced to make the greatest mistake…or best decision of his life. Saved by an Alpha dragon, Leon wonders if Rashik is his captor or the one man he’s been searching for all his life.
Dragon King Rashik has been on the search for a stolen hatchling. He never expected to find a tasty and defiant human with steel in his spine. Humans hunt his kind for sport, yet Rashik can’t deny his attraction. Leon might be different but claiming the human could shift the balance in his clan.
Regardless of the consequences, Rashik is king for a reason. Once he sets his sights on Leon, Rashik will do anything to claim him.