Dragon in the Blood by Juliette Cross

Masterful and well-crafted, Dragon of the Blood is one of the most balanced works Juliette Cross has written to date.

A journey across the Provences proves to be filled with new dangers and discoveries within the Vale world. Learning more about this world is becoming a highlight as well as proving to be an almost ever-changing character of a landscape (I hope that makes sense). It keeps each new book fresh and inviting.

As for the characters themselves… assassin Valla must endure a tag-a-long partnership with one of the Nightwing security operative, Conn. Both are fierce and independent making the courtship of these two a fun exchange of banter and wit, making Dragon of the Blood engaging till the very end.

Just the right amount of action, suspense, romance, and intrigue.


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While all seems quiet in Gladium Province, the Morgon Guard—the global justice force for the dragon hybrid race—knows their enemy is rebuilding its forces in the underground.

Valla Moonring, an assassin for an order of the Morgon Guard, is ordered to join an expedition through the Wastelands of Aria, a formidable, icy wilderness fraught with all manner of dangers, including outlaws, deadly weather, and big-game predators.

To her great distaste, she’s partnered with a Nightwing Security operative, Conn Rowanflame, a Morgon with the aggravating ability to get under her skin. While she takes her mission seriously, Conn’s confident charm throws her off balance, a dangerous place to be in conditions like these. Especially when cold nights require close contact.

Sensual attraction binds them ever closer, igniting a passion of unexpected force—soulfire. But when the hunters become the hunted, their bond could prove perilous. Even fatal…

Juliette lives in lush, moss-laden Louisiana where she lives with her husband, four kids, and black lab, Kona. Multi-published author of paranormal and urban fantasy romance, she loves reading and writing brooding characters, mysterious settings, persevering heroines, and dark, sexy heroes. From the moment she read JANE EYRE as a teenager, she fell in love with the Gothic romance. Even then, she not only longed to read more novels set in Gothic worlds, she wanted to create her own.

You can discover more of Juliette and her books on her website.

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