The Dragon Shifter’s Desire by Harmony Raines

Posted March 15, 2022 by Marsha in Kindle Unlimited, Magic & Shifters, Paranormal, Paranormal Romantic Suspense, Series, Shifter Romance, Spin-off or connected to another series / 0 Comments

Larisa has spent her life trying to prove her dad’s innocence. When a new discovery gives her the breakthrough she needs, there’s an unexpected twist.

She’s the mate of a dragon shifter.

Ivan has seen each of his brothers find their mates. He’s helped them overcome struggles to find true love. Now it’s his turn.

One problem. For Ivan and Larisa to find their happy ending they need to travel to the fae realm, where dragon shifters are explicitly not welcome.

But instead of finding answers, they are faced with more questions.  Questions that can only be resolved if they make a visit to the mysterious dragon isle, Cairnnor, ruled by a tyrannical dragon lord.

Can they help overthrow him and finally learn the truth about their pasts?

This is an adult 18+ story that contains language, possible violence, and sexual situations geared to an adult audience.

Titles in The Bond of Brothers (Wishing Moon Bay) series include – The White Wolf of Wishing Moon Bay – The Horse Shifter’s Mate – Her Fae-vorite Bear – Fae-ted to the Bear – The Snow Leopard’s Love – The Dragon Shifter’s Desire

The Wishing Moon Bay world has expanded to a spin-off series (Dragon Protectors of Wishing Moon Bay) and a PWF series (Wishing Moon Magic) … so far… all set in the same town.  To learn more please check out our Wishing Moon Bay Universe page.

Title:  The Dragon Shifter’s Desire
Series:  The Bond of Brothers #6
Author:  Harmony Raines
Genre:  Paranormal Romance/Shifter Romance
Released:  August 12. 2021
My Rating:  4.5

The Dragon Shifter’s Desire is the sixth title in The Bonds of Brothers series and brings this series to a close which is always a bittersweet moment for me.  However.  We are not done with this Wishing Moon Bay Universe and there is an emotional, and enticing segway into the spin-off series of Dragon Protectors of Wishing Moon Bay throughout Ivan and Larisa’s story.  It doesn’t take over their story but adds to it giving us a taste of what possibly will come… which is one of my favorite ways to slide into a new, connecting series.

Ivan has been one of my favorites in this series, the chef with an attitude, a snarky tone, and a heart of gold for his family.  His aloneness, his pain, and the questions that plague him have always been there quietly in the background.  With each new story in the series, a touch move of what might be Ivan’s past has come to light.  Now it’s about to burst open as questions get answers… but inevitably lead to even more questions.

I loved the inclusion of all the characters we’ve come to know and love, especially Fiona and Silas since they had a great deal to do with what happened in Ivan’s life.  We’ll get to travel back to the Fae Realm for important information, and perhaps a few surprises, get information from Fiona and Silas and finally travel to the island across the bay that houses the dragon’s isle.  We’ll also get a feel for how the next series will flow and meet a few key players.

Larisa and Ivan just fit together so well.  And the irony of their lives is not lost on us.  It would be far too easy to give away spoilers (yes, even now since the books have been out for a bit) so I’m going to leave discovering what this couple learns about the past and their plans for the future.  I’m sorry to see this series close, but I’m definitely looking forward to what comes next for the residents (new and old) of Wishing Moon Bay.  Be prepared for some danger, some sizzle, some laughter, and some tears… and that happy ending that is so well deserved for them all.  I had a blast here and would highly recommend this series to any Paranormal/Shifter Romance reader who loves intrigue, snark, danger, finding that forever mate, and falling in love for a lifetime.

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