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Runaway Dragon Mates: (A Paranormal Shifter Romance Series) Kindle Edition
Six brides dressed in white—ready to say, “I do—” discover no other choice but to run away. Fate leads each woman to a hot and irresistible alpha dragon shifter—who wants to protect his one and only. But when the ex-fiancé shows up for revenge, it’s a bloody battle…in the name of love.
I thought I was running far away from everything wrong in my life—including my werewolf ex-fiancé.
Just as I think I’m safe—in the company of my alpha dragon heartthrob…the walls start collapsing in.
Now surviving is my only hope.
I did the unspeakable—fell in love with a dragon shifter—who also happens to be my professor.
Now he’s risking everything…including his career…to protect me.
Can love really conquer all? Or will our dark secrets reveal the ugly truth?
When my pregnancy test came back positive, I knew I had to escape my abusive fiancé… and put the baby up for adoption.
Now I’m falling hard and fast for an attractive…and wealthy single alpha shifter dragon father. He’s all I think about…but my ex just won’t stay out of the way.
I ran away from an arranged marriage...and my escaped my parents’ control.
Now I’m pregnant with my therapist’s baby after a one-night stand. The father is also a dragon shifter…and I’m falling head over heels for the one I can’t have.
I’ve created a violent love triangle.
I start my life over as a surrogate mother…but even though the money is good…the abuse is too much to handle.
Every direction I turn, I fear for my life…and my alpha dragon ex-fiancé is back for revenge.
I’m about to walk down the aisle with a murderer.
I run…but will I be able to hide from this monster?
My new P.I. is a dragon shifter… but even with his skill and power…I’m living in terror.
Each book in this sexy-as-sin series can each be read as standalones, and has no cliffhangers, but are best read in order.
Warning: Adults Only
- ASIN : B09LTTNXCD
- Publication date : December 9, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 2700 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 959 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #27,408 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I kept wondering why the author let Chuck live so long. Now I know, so he can die in the last story!
Also it was NOT believable that Amber's protection let her go alone to Link's Office. Anyone trained would know her ex might stake out the office to get at Link and or Amber; besides the possibility her ex might find her while she drove to or back from the office.
There was a detective TOM Erickson in "Alpha Dragon's One Night Mate" and a Detective Erickson in "Lawyer Dragon's Surrogate Runaway" then in this last one there is a detective Robert David Erickson. No way to get Tom from Robert or David, but since no first name is ever give to "detective Erickson" it is believable that this is the same detective from "Lawyer Dragon's Surrogate Runaway".
Consistency is key to a story's flow. Keeps the reader from getting frustrated.
Like when in this last story Whitney doesn't seem to still be pregnant as she was in the epilogue of the first book at her wedding (barely a bump where the little dragon was growing). No mention of her being pregnant and the other stories have enough time that she could have given birth, BUT she says she is raising two 2 dragons not three 3. What happened her baby??!! Any expecting mother would say something like " raising two dragons and soon to be three." But she didn't indicate that she was pregnant. CONSISTENCY!!! If you're going to write about the same group of people you need to remember if you said some female was pregnant or not!!!! Alix was not said to be pregnant in this story, but neither was there any indication of how many children she and Declan had. Emily could already be a big sister.
There might've been some other things, but if I go back to look this review disappears from my tablet...so that's it.
Theres no formal clan, just shifters living within plain sight of humans and trying to live peacefully.
But in doing so they come across there mates in unusual circumstances that keep you reading especially when their protective instinctives come to light.
I loved it!
⛔️ Contains references to, or detailed scenes with subject matter that may be a trigger or offensive to some, including: adult language; semi-steamy intimate scenes; violence such as kidnapping, abduction, murder, torture, stalking, harassment, blackmail, threats, assault, fighting, betrayal, subterfuge, mental health issues (anxiety, depression, post partium depression, etc.), smuggling, illegal drug distribution, gun running, non H/h cheating, etc.
There are grammatical issues throughout the stories, but nothing that was difficult to interpret, just disruptive. These were primarily incorrect word choice, incorrect tense, missing and extra inserted words. I am trying to make sure that I mention these for readers such as myself that visualize the story as it is read, because errors interrupt the flow.
These do not detail or utilize language / descriptions that I typically associate with the steamy PNR genre. Such as, adult language is used, but less than I expected. The terms used in the intimate scenes reminded me of how my niece would have described those types of scenes when she was a teenager (“member”, “rod”, “cave”, “pleasure tunnel”, “shaft” and other similar terms). Not offensive, just strange to read when some of the excerpts called these erotic and steamy.
With the stories all being connected with common characters, locations, and villains, the plot and world building is solid. There were a few places that maybe could have been described in a little more detail, but they are minimum.
Normally I like to provide a high level overview of how the story began. With this being an entire series shared in one easy to read book, I have decided not to include it.
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People who edit these books before publishing should also be repromanded for incompetence regarding spelling errors.
Other than that the story wasn't to bad.