Their mating will redefine the future...if they don't kill each other first
When immortal warrior Aaron's twin is killed, he's on the verge of destroying himself, only to be saved by the sight of a feisty dragon-shifter who is his fated mate.
Hope's dragon recognizes Aaron as her mate. Yet, she must deny him; for dragon shifters can only mate with their own kind. If she were to accept the mating bond with Aaron, she risks killing him.
Thrown together in a fight to save their two races from the deadly Elysian, a powerful warrior race stronger than any shifter or immortal, Aaron and Hope must defeat this new threat.
But can they also find the way to each other's soul?
This is Hope and Aaron's story, book 1 in the Dragon Protectors Series
She felt surrounded by his scent. Felt his possessiveness sink into her skin. Marking her as his.
Her dragon lashed out against the barrier and broke through. Gritting her teeth, she slammed down a secondary psychic shield over it, caging it.
She hated herself for doing that, but she had no choice.
His eyebrows furrowed. It was as if he'd sensed her dragon's struggle. But that had to be impossible. There was no link between them on the psychic plane.
She intended to keep it that way.
Raising her chin, she licked her lips. "Kiss me."
He blinked. "What?" His eyes fixed on her lips, even as he stayed where he was.
"You know you want to." Bending her knee, she brushed her thigh against the solid flesh of his inner thigh. She slid her leg up until she felt his hardness and rubbed against him.
A nerve throbbed to life at his temple. "You’re playing with fire." A bead of sweat rolled down his forehead, down his nose, and plopped on her chin.
"No, you're playing with a dragon, baby."