New York Times Bestseller Dianna Love's Beladors are back and the surprises keep coming in an action-packed urban fantasy.
The Treoir dragon holds the fate of the Beladors in one hand ... and his own in the other.
The Beladors finally have a true leader in Daegan, their new dragon king, but life is far from secure now that they've inherited his enemies. As their Maistir, Vladimir Quinn played a risky role in freeing the dragon from the lair of their enemy, the Medb. Quinn now faces a heavy price for his part. The Medb queen is out for blood. Vigilante killings erupt among Atlanta's secret preternatural community and all fingers point to the Beladors. The dragon king has his first real test as a ruler when he has to choose between protecting his people and entering a hostile realm full of deities capable of killing a dragon. But as a two-thousand-year-old warrior, Daegan has never shied away from any battle. Quinn, Evalle, Storm and friends race to discover who is trying to turn the entire VIPER preternatural coalition against the Beladors before war breaks out. With the clock also ticking down for Quinn to deliver Kizira's body to the Medb queen, Daegan reveals an even greater reason they have to prevent the queen from any chance of using necromancy on that body beyond the secrets Quinn protects.
Freedom is never free, not when the powerful deities poised to decide Quinn's fate are willing to join forces to destroy a threat to their existence - the Belador ruler and last dragon shifter.
"When it comes to urban fantasy stories, Dianna Love is a master." A. Richards, Always Reviewing
"When it comes to urban fantasy stories, Dianna Love is a master." Always Reviewing "I can't wait till the next book comes out and find out what happens next with the Dragon!" Pickyme, Amazon Reviews (on Rogue Belador) "The Amazing Dianna Love has done it yet again... There are so many elements that make this story one of the best." Crazy Chix Book Reviews (on Rogue Belador)
Number Of Pages: 346
Published: 11th October 2016
Publisher: Silver Hawk Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.8
Weight (kg): 0.46