As a bonded dragon shifter, Casstiel should have joined his soul mate in the afterlife when she was murdered. He did not. Fate changed the rules and tethered him to another female—a druid witch. The enemy.
For ten long years Cass lives in a haze of fury as he searches for the source of the hated connection. Only when he finally finds her, he’s faced with a harsh truth, and to his horror, ends up protective, and fiercely attracted to her. Even worse, she makes him question what it is he really wants.
Half human and half Fire-born, Ashara has never soared the skies or shifted into her dragon. Instead, she’s been held captive as a breeder for the Ilyium, heart breaking more each time they take a child from her. Her only solace has been a connection to another that’s always kept her sane and warm in a cold, harsh life. When Asahra’s suddenly freed and confronted with her source of comfort; a large, sexy male who scares the hell out of her and wants her to release him, she is at a loss. As her heart awakens to a love she never dreamed possible, Ashara struggles to find her place in this new life, unsure of her desires, until a shocking discovery changes everything and may not be what anyone wants.
Get Casstiel and grab tissues because your soul will sing as you are instantly immersed in this heart-wrenching tale of loss and redemption as all things lead to love.
Sheri-Lynn and her family live in farm country, surrounded by mountains, in Western Canada. More than a few people were surprised when Sheri-Lynn decided to write a book because having grown up riding and working with racehorses, drawing and selling animal artwork, it was a big change. Sheri-Lynn fell in love with reading at age twelve while reading The Black Stallion series by Walter Farley. One day in 2008, after an unsatisfying book, Sheri-Lynn decided to write her own. Inspired by her favorite authors who write paranormal romance with large casts of characters, and multiple POV's, Jax, Sami and Tierney came to life in Sheri-Lynn's mind. The Dracones were born, and Sheri-Lynn never looked back.