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Monday, November 25, 2019

This is considered a paranormal romance--and with a kind of fanciful twist.

It seems there is a species that have both human and dragon genes--and they can shape shift at will. Unfortunately if anyone sees them shape shift that person must be killed

Christine took a couple of months off and went to San Francisco, lived in a commune and generally acted like a hippie. She did have to get home in quite a hurry---but she kept changing her name and where she was from so nobody woukd be able to know she had done this--especially her father! At one of the peace rally's she is helped by James--then bumps into him again once she has returned home. They form a friendship-but James has no idea that Christine is part dragon!

Christine falls in love with James and wants him as her mate--

Well--James still doesn't know what Christine is---but he will find out soon enough!!

This fantastical journey into the paranormal will keep you reading and guessing and sometimes gasping--but I think you will enjoy every second of it as I did.


As the third daughter of a third daughter, dragon-shifter Christine Drachen must mate with a human. 

Not all human males are genetically compatible with dragon shifters, and suitable matches are rare in old Charleston. Christine, though, has identified James to be an appropriate match. Even humans who acknowledge the possibility of dragons cannot believe that one can be both a dragon and a human, shifting between the two. As a result, Christine must attract James without fully revealing her true, shifting nature until he has committed to mate.

James gradually discovers what Christine is. She shows him the gold dragon she always wears around her neck. He notices the prints, statues, and tapestries of dragons that decorate her family’s home. Strange noises emanate from behind the Drachens’ house during a party, and James believes he actually sees a dragon, one wearing a necklace like Christine’s. Christine’s last name, Drachen, means “dragon,” and, while she jokes her entire family is composed of the creatures, James begins to suspect there is more to what she says than a simple attempt at humor.

Finally, though, he sees her shift.

To protect their species from persecution, dragon-shifters silence any human who sees one of them shift, and the most practical method is generally death. The rule is absolute. But Christine has fallen in love with James. How can she protect her family without killing the boy she loves?

Dragon Mist is a story of boy-meets-girl, with a few non-human characters, high stakes, a bit of magic, a little humor, and an abundance of romance. One-click it today!

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David Burnett lives near Charleston, South Carolina, where he walks on the beach almost every day and photographs the ocean, the sea birds, and the marshes that he loves. Three of his four books are set in Charleston, and he has always enjoyed the Carolina beaches.

David enjoys photography and has photographed subjects as varied as prehistoric ruins on the islands of Scotland, star trails, sea gulls, and a Native American powwow. He and his wife have traveled widely in the United States and the United Kingdom. During trips to Scotland, they visited Crathes Castle, the ancestral home of the Burnett family near Aberdeen, and Kismul Castle on the Isle of Barra, the home of his McNeil ancestors.

He reports that he went to school for much longer than he wants to admit, and he has graduate degrees in psychology and education. He and his wife have two children and a blue-eyed cat named Bonnie.

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Thanks for reviewing Dragon Mist! I'm happy you enjoyed it.

Linda Manns Linneman said...

I think I would have to disappear. I don't think I would want to be in this weird situation. It sounds like a great read. Thank you for sharing

Deb PelletierC said...

I do not know , it's different.

pippirose said...

I don't know what I'd do. I'd definitely have to do a lot of thinking!

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