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- Publication Date: April 17, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B072283GTM
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Titanium (Rent-A-Dragon Book 3) Kindle Edition
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In the continuing story of the metal dragons we have Titus, the Titanium dragon. When Bree needs someone to help her fix her dilapidated house up, she calls on Rent-a-Dragon. Titus doesn't need a lot of time to determine that Bree is his destined mate, but she is going to need some time to accept him. Bree has been scared off men by a man she thought was her friend and mentor. She has fled to get away from his influence and control. Unfortunately, the house she bought without having an inspection needs a LOT of work. This man is threatening to have it condemned, which would mean Bree would be penniless and homeless and forced to come back to him. She is NOT going to allow that to happen, and neither is Titus.
The precious metal dragons will make another appearance, and issues will be sorta resolved. I think these will be the next dragons we will meet up close and personal. I can't wait to see what eventually happens with Mercury, who made his appearance in the last book. He is the ultimate bad dragon now that Aegis is tamed.
Watch what happens when Titus strives to win his mate. There are battles to be fought, enemies to vanquish, answers to puzzles, mates to appreciate and love. And, still more to come, I believe. Enjoy!
This was a pretty good story. I liked Bree and Titus and enjoyed their story. I will say that it's kind of similar to the other Rent-a-Dragon stories so it might be best not to read them too close together.
Bree is an artist that is on her own and living in a run-down house that desperately needs some TLC. Bree grew up with an emotionally abusive father who was extremely controlling. She escaped him when she went to college but then (after college) got involved with a man, Geoffrey, that seemed to be a mentor for her as an artist....until he started getting controlling and tried to trap her.
Titus is a Titanium dragon that is many centuries (or maybe millennia) old. He and his ship mates (think old Viking types) set out from their home to find mates but a wave capsized their ship and they were frozen in ice until the Oracle found them and thawed them out. Titus and his shipmates have been staying with Aegis, Opal & Citrine (from "Emerald Dragon" from the Awakened Dragons series) while they get acclimated to the modern world and try to find their mates.
When Bree escaped Geoffrey, she took what money she had and bought a house on a piece of land that she loved. Unfortunately, since she paid cash for the house, no inspection was performed and the house was in much worse shape than she thought it was. Geoffrey came around and threatened to call the inspectors and have the house condemned so she'd be without a place to live and would be forced to go back to him. Bree contacted many contractors about repairs but they were all too expensive...which is how she ended up going to get an estimate from Rent-a-Dragon. Bree meets Titus during the meeting but she's convinced she could never afford their services and leaves. Titus goes to see her later, convincing her that they need the good reviews more than money and he'll work on her house if she does a portrait for him. Bree thinks the deal is too good to be true but takes it out of desperation.
Because of her past, Bree isn't too thrilled at the idea of getting involved with a man. She's convinced that she'd end up involved with someone else that wanted to control/take advantage of her and she's very resistant to that. There's a strong attraction between Bree and Titus but she fights it and Titus doesn't push because he wants to earn her trust. It's a bit of a dance between them as Titus tries to take a step forward with her while attempting to keep her from taking 2 steps back. Titus' situation isn't helped when Platinum (aka Sever) comes calling, acting like a friend/co-worker to Titus and because of the tight rope Titus is walking with Bree and the secrets he's keeping from her, he has to go along with Sever. Sever has a grudge over something from their past that Titus doesn't really understand but it's soon apparent that Sever thinks that stealing Titus' mate would be a good revenge. It takes some time and effort but things do work out and the story ends with Bree and Titus happily together and heading for a HEA.
This was a pretty enjoyable story. Bree was a good heroine. She had definite issues but I was happy that she didn't let her fears control her for too long. Titus was a good hero and did the best he could to win his woman while taking care of her (in a way she could accept). Overall, their story was enjoyable and I would recommend it. :)
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