What better why to celebrate the end of summer than with a hot dragon shifter tale?
This post is from Covenant, the 4th book in my Dragonfire series.
Thanks to a mysterious covenant, Byrne Tregaron and Livia Hazac will be bonded for life. Livia is getting the mate of her dreams, a dragon who doesn’t know she exists.
Byrne is getting a mate he doesn’t want, but he can’t break the covenant without shaming his clan. Byrne is spending his last night as an unmated dragon his way, a blowout last-hours-of-freedom party.
Livia is aware that Byrne doesn’t want a Hazac for a mate and for him keeping the covenant is a matter of honor, not desire. She has one shot to capture her dragon on her terms. She attends Byrne’s party with seduction in mind.
One night. Her way.
Praise for Covenant
“I like this world Ms. McCall has created, one with passion and desire around every corner… The characters in this one were well developed, and I enjoyed the interaction between all of them.”
— 4.5 Stars from Foxglove, Long and Short Reviews
“…the main characters will stay in your mind after reading the last page. There [are] also some love scenes in this book that might leave you so hot you will need either an ice cube or fan to cool your body off after reading them.”
4 Stars from Arianne, Night Owl Reviews
His body heat brushed her skin, then her breasts were pressed to his chest. Bellies and thighs met in a fiery touch. “You feel it too,” he said. “So damned hot.” He slanted his head and kissed her.
Lost in his sensual heat, Livia molded her mouth to his, kissing him back. Her brain spun and she tingled, everywhere. He moaned, deep in his throat and slid his tongue into her mouth. Livia shivered as Byrne pulled her into his arms of corded muscle. His hard-bodied alpha male strength was too compelling to resist. She kneaded his back, then worked her way down to his tight butt.
He shuddered and broke the kiss. His breath was ragged. “Via.”
Heart pounding and blood sizzling, she clung to him. “Is it always like this? For you?”
“Never like this. Spend the night with me?”
Livia blinked. I must be dreaming.
He buried his face in her neck. “You smell so good. So hot. So soft.”
Livia pinched herself on the thigh. It hurt, so maybe she wasn’t imagining his seductive words. The thick cock pressed against her belly wasn’t a figment of her imagination. Byrne raised his head and brushed his lips against hers. “I want you, Via. I’m on fire for wanting you.”
The heat of his cock penetrated her skin. Need flamed. Blood burned. “You don’t waste time, do you?”
“Time is a luxury I’m short on.”
Livia waited for him to explain, then his hands slid down her back and came to rest on her ass. He squeezed, digging his fingers into her butt cheeks. “My blood’s on fire. I want you. Stay.”
Music and laughter from Byrne’s party drifted down the beach. “You’ll miss your party.”
“My friends will be fine without me. I want to spend tonight with you. I have a private bungalow. We won’t be disturbed.”
She should tell him who she was, but his admission that he’d rented a second bungalow to celebrate his final night of freedom in private held Livia’s tongue. Would he be upset tomorrow when he discovered he’d spent his last precious hours of freedom with a Hazac, the mate he didn’t want? Fate must be laughing her ass off.
“Spend the night with me, Via. Make love with me till dawn.”
“I can’t think of a better way to spend tonight.”
So, he planned to fuck her until the eleventh hour, then drag his exhausted ass to his bonding. Livia smiled. Two could play that game. She kissed Byrne’s chest, then looked into his glittering eyes. “No dragon sex,” she said, thinking she had to keep something in her arsenal for the bonding night.
“Your wish is my command. Human sex, and lots of it.” Then he kissed her again, a hot needy kiss that set her blood aflame all over again. After the kiss ended, he took her by the hand and started down the beach. “You’re sure about the dragon sex?”
Dragon sex was for mates, not a fleeting relationship and as far as Byrne was concerned, she was a one-night stand. “You do live dangerously.”
“Following the rules hasn’t paid off.”