Date read: September 4, 2017
Red Planet Dragons of Tajss
1. Dragon's Baby - Kindle
2. Dragon's Mate
3. Dragon's Love
4. Dragon's Hope
5. Dragon's Kiss
5.5. It's Getting Hot
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Not every alien is an enemy, even if he kidnaps you...Thoughts on Dragon's Baby: I liked this one. We have a solitary, mostly feral dragon warrior who's sort of lost himself in his day to day survival needs. When he comes across Calista after the ship she's on crash lands on his planet, his protective instincts are roused. Knowing she'll die without his help (she's in a bad way when he finds her), he does what he needs to do to keep her safe.
Calista is happy with her life of scientific research. She has no need for a man, she has her books, her friends, and her work. Things are fine until her ship is attacked by space pirates and crash lands on a desert planet with heat so intense she and her friends can't survive without help.
Ladon is a Zmaj warrior resigned to a life alone, who only desires to protect his treasures. His hopes for a mate faded long ago, yet when he meets Calista something stirs. It takes no more than one look to know that she belongs to him. He's been alone for so long but she is the ultimate treasure and he will protect her.
Now there's only the small problem of her living long enough to understand.
A devastated planet, a mysterious history, space pirates, and threats environmental and alien beset them on all sides. The sexy Zmaj warrior will have to battle the planet's ultimate threat in an epic effort to obtain the one thing he knows Calista needs to survive. Then maybe they can begin to come to terms with the feelings they create in each other.
But will the other humans accept this huge and alien looking dragon warrior? Or will they find him just as big a threat as the rest of the red planet? The future of both their races depends on it.
And while the sexy times probably weren't necessary to her survival, Calista wasn't saying no. A couple of Os put the lady in a very receptive frame of mind.
Language barriers, deadly predators, humans ill-equipped to survive on the planet they've found themselves stranded on, and a hunky dragon-man. It turns out these are all things I enjoy. Throw in some post-apocalyptic leanings and a broken city and I'm ALL IN.