"hot dragons sure to burn up the pages"
Dee Butterfield finally can call herself a Dragon Agent, a
job she has longed for. Then she gets her first assignment,
Artist Scott VanHorn. Upon first sight of him she knows she
is in trouble, as her Red Dragon blood feels the call of
his Black Dragon blood. Does Scott feel it too and if so,
what are they to do about it?
Scott VanHorn is only working for the Dragon Center to help
his brother find the killer of his best friend and mentor
in the art field. Using his skills as an artist he draws in
the corrupt art dealer and hopes to end his killing spree.
Requesting Dee as the agent to protect him though may have
been a mistake. Scott has wanted Dee since he first layed
eyes on her. Now with her so close his dragon blood stirs,
not only to protect her but to take her as his mate, by any
means he can. Can Scott ruin her career before it starts
for his own means or will they come to an understanding?
Anita Philmar does a wonderful job in drawing the readers
into Scott and Dee's lives in Black Dragon's Moon.
The readers feel for Dee and the choices she must make as
well as the struggles she goes through to avoid Scott, and
at the same time want him in her life. Readers will love
Scott from the moment they read about him and want the
feelings he has for Dee to be transferred to them. Any
reader will enjoy the struggles that go on in this book as
well as the hot and steamy love scenes. She makes every
woman at least wish they had a bit of dragon's blood in
them. If the reaction is as hot as she makes them, the
readers are sure to burn up the pages.
Reviewed by Stacy Link
Posted April 25, 2009