In Dragn Protection: Boxed Set : Dragon Shifter Romances (Books #1-3)
Ethereal Kind (In Dragn Protection Book 1)
Dragon prince Xephyr, of the noble race of chameleids, has fallen to earth with his clan. They're not only doomed to a wretched life on a volcanic Pacific island, but tensions in the clan are boiling and no one understands the rules of the human world. That is, until a boatload of tourists brings prophesied salvation in the shape of a feisty, curvy human named Josie. The only problem? Xephyr needs to convince her to become his mate and bearer of his dragonlets, but she’s having none of it.
Boreas Reborn (In Dragn Protection Book 2)
Boreas, the clan's Second, is in charge while Xephyr and Josie are away on their honeymoon. Between running their newly established Dragn Protection agency, supervising the building project on Fire Island and dealing with the conflicts of the clan, Boreas's life is one hectic mess. And just when he thinks things couldn't get any worse, he meets Rainey. She’s curvy, sexy, and funny, and his dragon is acting all head-over-heels around her. But Rainey is trapped in an abusive relationship and he’s determined to get her out of it.
Wounded Wings (In Dragn Protection Book 3)
Dragon shifter Notus hasn’t been able to fly for months, after suffering a catastrophic accident when his clan fell to earth. Being grounded hasn’t done the personality of the good-natured, musical dragon any favors—and these days he’s more of a rumble of thunder than music to anyone’s ears. And then his alpha insists he trains himself in human defence techniques and forces him to take a job as a bodyguard to none other than the klutz who almost put a bullet in him recently. To add fuel to the fire, Notus’s dragon is head over heels for her—she’s sassy, sexy and the only person who dares to speak the truth around him—and before he knows it he’s singing songs to her and buying her expensive gifts.
This is 120,000-word boxed set. All books in the boxed set are standalone and can be read completely independently.
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