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Scorching new romance from the author of Dragon Heat.

When Saba Watanabe is attacked by white dragons in human form on the streets of San Francisco, the only man she can turn to for help is the dangerously seductive Malcolm, a black dragon who once made Saba his love slave. But it's Saba who must use her rising powers to save Malcolm-and all of his kind.
Published: Penguin Group on Nov 6, 2007
ISBN: 9781101206461
List price: $7.99
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Book 2 helps us to find closure to a "side" love story between Malcolm, a healing and bookish Black Dragon and Saba, a half Japanese witch who is just coming into her powers. We also see the continuing love of Caleb and Lisa come to fruition and we meet some really great supes, who help Saba and Caleb protect the book of names from the dragon archives (if you know a Dragon's name you can control it).read more
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Malcom, the uber-logical black dragon, had all the reason in the world to dislike witches. But when it came to Saba, the witch he had once enslaved, logic and reason seemed to escape him.When Malcom had left Saba months earlier she had sworn never to fall prey any dragon ever again. However, when Saba is attacked by a viscious white dragon she has no choice but to call Malcom to her.Driven together again by a threat to all of dragon kind Malcom and Saba have to work to discover how to stop the white dragon. Although they are helpless against their attraction to each other, will it be enough for them to have a future if they succeed in their task?Even in the first book of this series, Dragon Heat, I had been drawn to the relationship between Malcom and Saba. I really enjoyed both characters very much. In this book there are also some very interesting side characters introduced which added a nice sub-plot to the story. Although I thought the language was a little awkward in places, it is not unusual for me to feel this way about romances in general, and I easily got past that so I could enjoy the book as a whole. I found this to be a very entertaining read that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to others who enjoy paranormal romances.read more
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Book 2 helps us to find closure to a "side" love story between Malcolm, a healing and bookish Black Dragon and Saba, a half Japanese witch who is just coming into her powers. We also see the continuing love of Caleb and Lisa come to fruition and we meet some really great supes, who help Saba and Caleb protect the book of names from the dragon archives (if you know a Dragon's name you can control it).
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Malcom, the uber-logical black dragon, had all the reason in the world to dislike witches. But when it came to Saba, the witch he had once enslaved, logic and reason seemed to escape him.When Malcom had left Saba months earlier she had sworn never to fall prey any dragon ever again. However, when Saba is attacked by a viscious white dragon she has no choice but to call Malcom to her.Driven together again by a threat to all of dragon kind Malcom and Saba have to work to discover how to stop the white dragon. Although they are helpless against their attraction to each other, will it be enough for them to have a future if they succeed in their task?Even in the first book of this series, Dragon Heat, I had been drawn to the relationship between Malcom and Saba. I really enjoyed both characters very much. In this book there are also some very interesting side characters introduced which added a nice sub-plot to the story. Although I thought the language was a little awkward in places, it is not unusual for me to feel this way about romances in general, and I easily got past that so I could enjoy the book as a whole. I found this to be a very entertaining read that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to others who enjoy paranormal romances.
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