After the destructive events of the last eighteen months, the Elder Races are heading to Washington D.C. to foster peace with humankind. Not known for his diplomacy skills, Dragos must rely on his mate Pia to help navigate a battlefield of words and polite smiles rather than claws. With Dragos’s mating instinct riding close to the surface, his temper is more volatile than ever and the threat of violence hovers in the air.
Then the human spouse of a prominent politician winds up murdered and Dragos and Pia must race against time to hunt down those behind it before they are held responsible for the crime.
For fans of DRAGON BOUND and LORD’S FALL, the latest novella in the Elder Races holds passion, peril, political intrigue, and revelations that will change Dragos and Pia’s lives forever.
Dragos Goes to Washington is the first part of a three-story series about Dragos, Pia, and their son Liam. Each story stands alone, but fans might want to read all three in order as they will be released: Dragos Goes to Washington, Pia Does Hollywood, and Liam Takes Manhattan.
Oo, it's short I can't say too much lest I ruin it for other readers. What can I say? Okay, it's very much a story about the relationship this couple share and shows just how consumed they are by each other and the passion that drives them. They are not human remember, so expect sex scenes that are raw and wild and yet, I never doubt that tenderness exists between them. Fear not, there's a very interesting story here that ramps up the tension between not only the various Elder Races but also the humans, which frankly outnumber the more magical creatures. So expect not just romance but a real continuation of a journey that is still far from over.
Dragos Goes to Washington is the first of three novellas and the second will be, Pia Goes to Hollywood, closely followed by Liam Takes Manhattan. This may be a quick read but it's sexy, very entertaining with just enough suspense to have the reader guessing and of course, imaginative. This couple are many things but dull just isn't one of them!
I was gifted a copy in exchange for an honest review.