PART THREE (of Four)
Melanie's future hinges on her meeting with Tristan's sister, Arabella. The dragonwoman suffered at the hands of a group of dragon hunters a decade ago, and she hates humans even more than Tristan. Can Melanie find a way to break through the female dragon-shifter's barriers? And even if she does, will it be enough to convince Tristan to give her a chance?
Sacrificed to the Dragon: Part Three is 15,300 words of dragon-shifter/BBW romance. It is the third entry in the Sacrificed serial, chronicling Melanie Hall's efforts to fulfill her contract and conceive a dragon-shifter child. The story contains strong sexual themes and language, and is not intended for readers under the age of 18. These stories are meant to be read in order. Thank you!
Meeting Tristan’s sister, Arabella may help Melanie convince Tristan to give her chance, especially if she can find a way to break through the dragon females barriers in this mesmerizing novella.
The third part of the story continues to enthrall readers with drama and excitement as Melanie and Tristan try to reach a compromise in their relationship. The story comes to life with well written scenes and details and strong compelling characters.
Melanie wants things to work out between her Tristan even if they could just be friends for the sake of their child, of course the attraction that continues to sizzle between them leads to some hot and steamy sex and Tristan’s dragon is putting pressure on Tristan as well.
Melanie’s visit with Arabella adds emotional depth to the story not only because of Arabella traumatic past but also because it pushes some issues between Tristan and Melanie and the reader can’t help but get emotionally caught up in her story which ensures they want to know more about her as well as Melanie and Tristan’s romance and I can’t wait to read the next novella.
4 STARS 4 FLAMES
September 2 2014, 53 pages, ebook
About 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.
Jessie loves to interact with readers. When not reading or traipsing around some foreign country on a shoestring, she can often be found on Facebook and Twitter.
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