What the book has to say:
Arabella MacLeod was tortured by dragon hunters a decade ago. Ever since, her clan coddled and tip-toed around her, most especially her older brother. Desperate for a chance at freedom, she volunteers to foster with the Scottish dragon-shifter clan. She’s determined to stay clear of the charming Scottish leader, but not only does he keep crossing her path, her dragon is drawn to him.
Finlay Stewart hasn’t been able to forget the scarred dragonwoman he met at Stonefire six months ago. When the same female agrees to be fostered with his clan, Finn pursues her. Balancing his clan duties with his need to see Arabella isn’t easy, especially with the existing rift in the clan, but he’s determined to try. Arabella’s inner strength draws him like no other female before.
Will Arabella trust Finn with her past? Or, will the rift in his clan tear them apart?
What I have to say:
Desperate for a chance at freedom, Arabella volunteers to foster with a Scottish dragon-shifter clan but she’s determined to stay far away from Finley, the Scottish leader in this captivating first installment of the Healed by the Dragon serial.
Arabella may think that she can get away with staying clear of the Scottish leader but Finley and his dragon have other plans and ensures that he crosses her path often and the reader can’t help but get drawn into their story as they wait with high expectation of the blazing attraction between these two to seduce Arabella past her fears and emotional issues.
I have to say that I have been looking forward to reading Arabella and Finn’s story and so far so great. The sparks that fly between these two vibrate with fiery intensity during every encounter not only from the chemistry but also from the teasing snarky banter and I am so glad that I only have to wait a few more days for part two.
March 19 2015, 63 pages, ebook
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Introducing Jessie Donovan:
Jessie Donovan wrote her first story at age five, and after discovering the Dragonriders of Pern series by Anne McCaffrey in junior high, realized that people actually wanted to read stories like those floating around inside her head. From there on out, she was determined to tap into her over-active imagination and write a book someday.
After living abroad for five years and earning degrees in Japanese, Anthropology, and Secondary Education, she buckled down and finally wrote her first full-length book. While that story will never see the light of day, it laid the world-building groundwork of what would become her debut paranormal romance, Blaze of Secrets.
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