I wondered how Marcy Jacks would continue to keep the Of Dragons and Wolves series going? What was she going to do to keep readers interested? She did so by introducing a new clan of dragons from Crystal Mountain. The CM high dragon after consulting with the Black Mountain high dragon Aris, believes his Crystal Mountain clan can also benefit from matings with the wolves of the Murphy pack. A pack that their clan has been at war with for many decades.
Clyde Murphy is a mean deceitful crazy alpha. But he is a clever and vicious wolf who hates dragons. He treated omegas with callous disregard. Especially widowed omegas and others he felt he had no use for. He was able to coerce several to do his bidding as "sacrificial" mates to accompany the dragons back up the mountain. His fake peace treaty is revealed in a spectacular manner. Blowing his sabotage plans sky high. But like any villain worth his salt he he begins plotting his retaliation immediately.
The fake treaty just confirmed the high dragon's second in command's (Iver's) worse fears that the whole thing was a set up based on revenge sought by the nasty alpha for a generational hatred. Since Clyde Murphy was responsible for the torture of Iver and the death of Iver's father. The absolute last thing that Iver wants is a wolf mate. Even with the high dragon's reassurances that Iver won't be faced to mate with one of the creatures that he despises, Iver is very unhappy with the plan.
With so much going on you almost forget that the high dragon went down to the Murphy pack to find a mate. Well he certainly managed to do so in the splashiest spectacle possible. The High dragon can't wait to get the small wolf who risked everything to save the Crystal Mountain clan, the Murphy omegas, and himself up the mountain. And all that is in the first chapter. Get ready, get set, go! There's still an unwanted mate. Someone who is disgusted. Disdainful. Very vocal. And a heart gets broken. There are several new dragon's and wolves introduced in the twelfth installment of this series: Leon Iver Duncan Cameron Joey Jimmy Quinten. I can't wait to experience their stories.
The High Dragon Takes a Wolf [Of Dragons and Wolves 12] (Siren Publishing Everlasting Classic ManLove) (Of Dragons and Wolves series) Kindle Edition
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- Publisher : Siren Publishing (1 November 2014)
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These aren't your Black Mountain dragonsReviewed in the United States on 3 December 2014
The read you read when you've had a hard day at the officeReviewed in the United States on 24 May 2016
I've already written a few reviews for Ms. Jacks and they have all been positive. I do like this book, I like the characters (for the most part, some of them I wanted to shake a bit) but my biggest...well...gripe is that there is too much sex (I know right?!?). There is a plot in the book but the sex gets in the way sometimes and it seems like it's being used as a filler to make the story longer rather than deeper (see the pun there?).So now that I'm done with that gripe I can get on with the rest of my review - basically this is a shifter, male/male version of a harlequin romance. The plot is straightforward and you can see then ending fairly quickly but it's a nice read without the angst that can come from some books - you know, this is the read you read when you've had a hard day at the office and don't want additional drama through a book.
High Dragon takes a wolf reviewReviewed in the United States on 11 July 2015
I'm stopping in my hurry to get to the next book in this series to review all the books before and this one. I love them all obviously since I bought them all. Great job Marcy.
The High Dragon Takes a Wolf [Of Dragons and Wolves 12]Reviewed in the United States on 28 November 2014
Another great book in this series from Marcy Jacks any one reading this and hasn't tried this series or any of her books try them you will love them.