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Only the threat of losing her brother could force Ariel Johnson to break out of her predictable existence and into the stronghold of a changeling's ancestral estate. Following him from a mystical island to a remote Appalachian resort, she's trapped between sibling loyalty and an unquenchable desire for a lover who is both beast and man.
But when Cameron Drake's inner beast is awakened by the beauty he would claim for his perfect mate, his human side is not so easily convinced—for he knows Ariel is in the pocket of a sorcerer who wants his family dead.
There are no easy choices for a woman who has yet to embrace her power within. And when love is wrapped in a curse, all will pay to play….
©2012 Denise Lynn (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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By CAROLYN on 08-23-12

This is a NO from me

A weak plot with more holes in it than a golf course and a weak narrator is all that needs to be said about this book but this is book 2 in the series so maybe if I had listened to book 1 then maybe I would have enjoyed it better.

But if you want more then the disjointed plot is about a woman who has to find 2 artefacts from a sorcerer/Dragon shifter's lair but he knows what she's doing there and lets her look for them and she knows he's a Dragon shifter so no great drama there. Her brother is being held hostage but he's hardly mentioned and is nearly dead anyway so no drama here either. The romance was dull.

It's one of those books that has you saying "what...., really......., come on........, seriously......

Worth of credit? No, in my opinion, this book wasn't.

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