River couldn’t have picked a more undesirable mate if she tried. And she really did try. But what’s on the surface has nothing to do with the man underneath the façade. Taron did something that was viewed as wrong by many, but in others eyes what he did was right. He just bought into the wrong view and let’s face it, as old as he is he’s had a lot of time to convince himself he’s as bad as everyone says he is.
I really enjoyed the banter between River and Taron, not to mention the instant smoking chemistry. Also enjoyable was the disdain for River’s half-siblings. The author verbally paints such caricatures of bad people that they are amusing right along with being annoying. I sincerely hope there are not real people of this ilk running around among us.
This was a short read so not much detail was expected but I felt the story bumped along nicely. Part of the bigger M&M Mating Agency series, this delivered a delightfully entertaining read with the implied promise of more to come.
Mate a woman for her millions? Sign weredragon Taron Jones up! He didn’t begin life as a mercenary jerk, but being exiled from the clan tends to make a man willing to do a lot to survive. Including mating a human female who isn’t truly his mate. Or is she?
Taron’s dragon says the curvaceous female belongs to him.
River says she only needs the muscular lickable weredragon for a marriage license and nothing else.
The Browning siblings… They say River will marry this thing over their dead bodies.
And that is too good of an invitation to ignore.