By Deborah Cooke
For millennia, the shape-shifting dragon warriors referred to as the Pyr have commanded the 4 parts and protected the earth’s treasures. yet now the ultimate reckoning among the Pyr, who count number people one of the earth’s treasures, and the Slayers, who could get rid of either people and the Pyr who defend them, is set to start. Haunted by means of goals of a lover who takes the shape of a dragon, Eileen Grosvenor searches for the reality. She by no means expects to discover a true dragon form shifter, not to mention person who awakens her ardour and ignites thoughts of a forgotten previous. Erik Sorensson is concentrated on prime the Pyr opposed to the Slayers whilst a strong old relic finds itself. Erik attempts to retrieve it from Eileen’s possession—and is stunned via a fury of ardour. Her presence touches him in unforeseen methods, reminding him of errors he’s decided to not make back, and Erik is compelled to make a choice—duty or love.
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Meanwhile, it had rained and rained and rained. Eileen’s characteristic optimism had taken a hit, confronted by the relentless gray of an English winter. She had followed her instincts and struggled to track down that elusive memory that was driving her crazy and had come up with zilch. Through all of this, Eileen’s old roommate, Teresa MacCrae, had been almost rude in her insistence that she didn’t have time for a coffee together to catch up. Not in eight weeks. Eileen didn’t believe it. This afternoon, Teresa had abruptly changed her mind and invited Eileen to meet at her place of work in the dead of the night.
She flicked off the desk lamp and shut the box, ready to run. If there was somewhere to run. She had no time to look for exits. The door immediately opened at the bottom of the stairs they’d descended. Two men in black stepped into the vault. They were tall and buff, sheathed in black from head to toe. Even their eyes were hidden behind sunglasses. The first man through the door shot Teresa in the chest. She fell as Eileen choked on her gasp of terror. Teresa didn’t move again. A cloud of red spread across the carpet even as the cell phone skipped across the room.
He knew, though, that the Great Wyvern wouldn’t give him a choice. He’d seen how the odds could be stacked against any given Pyr, using his character and values to compel him to partake of the firestorm. She’d already found his Achilles’ heel in his determination to lead the Pyr to triumph regardless of the cost to himself. This firestorm—his firestorm—would be the critical third step in the Pyr’s preparation for the pending war with the Slayers. He had to follow the firestorm’s call, regardless of where it led him.
Kiss of Fate (Dragonfire, Book 3) by Deborah Cooke