Denae Lacroix is a beautiful MI5 agent on a deadly mission. Sent to the Scottish Highlands to spy on the mysterious Dreagan Industries, she discovers too late that she's been set up - as human bait. She is an irresistible lure for a man who has not seen or touched a woman for centuries. He is a man with a destiny - and a desire - that could destroy them both. It's been 1,200 years since Kellan has walked among humans - and there's no denying the erotically charged attraction he feels for Denae. But as a Dragon King, he is sworn to protect his secrets. Yet the closer he gets to this smart, ravishing woman, the more her life is in danger. All it takes is one reckless kiss to unleash a flood of desire, the fury of dragons - and the fiercest enemy of all.
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When in danger, have sex?
- Skipper "A trilogy. Say it in three. Done."
Can't listen to anymore..
Loved Kellan and Denae. They were great together, except the times Denae thought she could protect dragons. Really? And when they in the tunnels running from Taraeth and the Dark Ones and Denae and Kellan had to stop for some passionate kisses, thought that was rather stupid. I really liked Rhi and it was nice seeing Con, Kiril, Guy, Tristan, etc., again.
An all-around good read with some really good sex.
As to the narrator: I listened to Dark Heat and only gave Mr. Ferguson 3 stars but this time I really listened and only gave him 2. His lack of performing is just amazing. Con bellowed and the narrator just used his regular reading voice. There was yelling, whispering, murmuring, muttering, but nothing from Mr. Ferguson, just his usual boring reading tone. And don't get me started on how he sucks at womens voices.
I've listened to this narrator for the last time. If a male or female narrator can't do both men and women's voices with believability they shouldn't be narrators.
- Trish R.