Author: Sheryl Winters
Publisher: Roane Publishing
Release Date: March 30, 2015
Keywords: New Adult, Urban Fantasy, Romance, Dragons, Twins
For fire talent, Jaden Zarie, life is far from a fairy tale. Blisters from any contact with water, check. Sleeping in a shed behind your greedy Uncle's house, check. Ex-boyfriend scouting the bar where you work for one-night stands every night, double check.
When Jaden sets off to secure a new life with her two sisters, winning a contest with a huge pile of gold on the line seems like a quick fix. Getting hitched to Draven Winterbourne, King of the Dragon-changers, and finding true love, was beyond anything she could have hoped for.
But a friend turned enemy threatens to take it all away. Jaden is thrust into an alternate universe and separated from her new husband and her sisters, she must summon up the courage to start over, alone, knowing she may never see any of them again.
"We won’t need another Travel Sphere,” he says. “I know a short cut. Everyone on board."
He reaches for Adania and she takes his hand, clutching her handkerchief tight to her chest with the other. Serious blue eyes watch his every move.
"Need help getting in?" Draven doesn't wait for an answer. He picks her up and tosses her high in the air before catching her and placing her in the front seat.
Her infectious giggle rings out like bells.
He surprises me by spinning me around before sliding me down his hard body. His kiss brushes my lips just as my feet touch the ground, then I'm in the air again and plopped down next to Adania with a resounding whoosh.
"Now,” he says, grinning, “this is the most important thing to remember." He reaches over my shoulder to ruffle Adania's hair. "Don't fall out." Draven disappears toward the back.
For a few moments, all is quiet. Then, the wagon lurches forward and my stomach drops to the souls of my feet.
"The ground is moving!" Adania screams. “We're in the air!”
Above us is the smooth underbelly of a huge black dragon and all I can do is stare in awe. When Adania squeals to be set free, I realize Isla is clutching her arm so tight, the delicate flesh is turning red. “Isla, ease up on the grip, Adania isn’t going anywhere.”
In truth, we're packed so tightly into the narrow front seat, there is little fear of any of us moving so much as an inch. I lean over the side to absorb the never-ending view. My gaze follows the long, winding river stretching across the mass of greenness, which is the Plains of Ovlur beneath us. While over our heads, directly above us, is my husband. Flying. I’m married to someone who can change his form with a single thought and can fly.
I never set out to be an author. Only a story teller. Some days I succeed better than others.
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