Dragon His Heels
Taming the Dragon #1
Gabriel Wilde is a reluctant dragon leader and now, a reluctant dad. Since he doesn’t know what the hell he’s doing, he enlists the aid of his trustworthy (and admittedly hot) PR manager, Talia Tatsuya.
Which is all fine and dandy until his dragon decides she’s their fated mate.
Damn it, Gabe doesn’t want one of those, either.
Hungry Like A Dragon
Taming the Dragon #2
One steamy afternoon with the smokin’ personal chef to the leader of their dragon colony left Petra in seriously hot water. Now she’s two thousand miles away from home, with a newborn baby, and she hasn’t told the father he’s, well, a dad.
When Noah finds out Petra’s in New Orleans with his infant daughter, he drops everything and heads straight there to see for himself. Starting a family wasn’t in his life plan, but hey, he doesn’t have much of a choice, now, does he?
Except Petra isn’t interested, thanks to her family history. Noah can relate, but they still need to do what’s best for their daughter.
Right after they save her from kidnappers, that is.
Dragon in Denial
Taming the Dragon #3
Ketu Ormarr has a daunting task list:
Take down the drug trade that has been plaguing his dragon colony for a decade.
Avenge his sister’s death.
Protect his sister’s best friend, Antoinette Dupré, and her son, Henri.
Try not to fall in love with his sister’s best friend.
No problem, right?
Bewitching the Dragon
Taming the Dragon #4
Becca Jorges has no freaking clue she isn’t human. But Rahu Volos does.
He knows all about her supernatural side.
And he’s sworn to secrecy, which isn’t good for their budding relationship.
It’s also not good for the entire world.
Because Becca is the only one who can save it.
Let Go My Gargoyle
Taming the Dragon #5
Four years ago, dragon shifter Sofia had an affair with a gargoyle. The next morning, he disappeared—and left an infant on her doorstep.
Now he’s back, and Sofia is afraid he wants to claim the child she’s been raising as her own.
Griffin isn’t back because he wants the child. What Sofia doesn’t know is that the kid isn’t even his. He’s back because his boss told him to protect her and the baby. A task he doesn’t think he’s capable of doing.
Unfortunately, the more time he spends with Sofia and her adopted daughter Penelope, the less he wants to leave.
And the more danger he’s putting them in.