The first five books of the Blood of the Drakon series are set in the USA, but Drakon’s Tear heads overseas to Russia. Now I’ve never been there, so that meant one thing…
The first part of the story is set in Moscow.
It’s winter so that means it’s extra cold.
Now a drakon doesn’t mind all that much.
But since they’re trying to keep a low profile, they travel by train, which means lots of time together in a small cabin.
I can’t imagine what they get up to in there, while on their way to the Ural Mountains.
If you want to find out what happens, you’ll have to read Drakon’s Tear.
Dying isn’t an option. I’ve survived a kidnapping, and now I’m on the run from the Knights of the Dragon who want my gift. There’s nothing a dragon loves more than treasure. I’m Abigail Owens, and I can sense gemstones. When I find myself drawn to a beautiful stone bracelet at a tiny shop in Moscow, I can’t help but have it — even though I can sense it’s power. But I didn’t realize with this one decision I’ve just put myself in the middle of a war between the Knights and a Drakon.
I guess I’m just lucky like that.
The only person I trust even a little is Vasili Zima, which is weird since I’m not sure if he wants to kill me or protect me. I’m drawn to him in a way I hadn’t thought possible, and he feels the same way, or he wouldn’t be risking his life to help me. He’s wanted by the bad guys just as much as I am, and staying with me, well, there’s a hundred percent chance I’m about to get us both killed. But I will not be going down without a fight.
Once upon a time N.J. had the idea that she would like to quit her job at the bookstore, sell everything she owned, leave her hometown, and write romance novels in a place where no one knew her. And she did. Two years later, she went back to the bookstore and her hometown and settled in for another seven years. One day she gave notice at her job on a Friday morning. On Sunday afternoon, she received a tentative acceptance for her first erotic romance novel and life would never be the same. N.J. has always been a voracious reader, and now she spends her days writing novels of her own. Vampires, werewolves, dragons, time-travelers, seductive handymen, and next-door neighbors with smoldering good looks—all vie for her attention. It’s a tough life, but someone’s got to live it.
Very nice. Thank you for the sneak peak of this. Now if I can just finish the laundry and supper and stop looking at Facebook, I can start the book. Of course it will be interrupted tomorrow by work. Stupid work!
You’re very welcome, Mary. Work and chores do get in the way of reading. Hope you enjoy Drakon’s Tears. 🙂