Treoir Dragon Hoard: Belador Book 10

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 New York Times Bestseller Dianna Love's Beladors are back with Evalle, Storm, the dragon king and allies, all ready to face a conflict no one saw coming.

Two thousand years ago, someone stole the king’s treasure from Daegan’s father. An unexpected enemy uses this hoard to set Daegan on a path to his ultimate demise by dangling the one bait everyone knows the dragon king can’t ignore—protecting one of his own.

While racing to help a friend, Evalle lands in a trap where she’s given the unimaginable choice to either destroy her dragon king or condemn everyone she loves to die. Even her Skinwalker mate, Storm, has no way to track her this time. 

Friendships and allies are tested as Atlanta erupts with preternatural exposure.  Who will join Storm and Daegan to go where even a dragon has no chance of survival? With the enemy willing to gamble everything to take down Daegan, Evalle accepts her destiny, but on her terms. She never wants anyone to see what she’s become, especially Storm.  

Destiny is not a choice, but a summons.  The hourglass favors no one.

"When it comes to urban fantasy, Dianna Love is the master." Always Reviewing

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New York Times bestseller Dianna Love brings deep emotion, fast-paced action and hot romance in the first book of her exciting new romantic suspense series. 

When a long-legged distraction races into the middle of Zane's operation and stows away on his airplane, he should hand her over to the authorities and keep his cover intact.  But with one look at the terrorized woman, a primal need to protect forces Zane to risk everything, starting with his heart.

Escaping the compound of a deadly international felon--with a fortune in rare, stolen coins hidden on her body--elite athlete Angel Farentino has to make the most important run of her life. Literally. With her father in prison, where he belongs, and a prior undeserved conviction hanging over her head, she has nowhere to turn and no one to trust. Definitely not law enforcement that railroaded her through a judicial nightmare. One step ahead of lethal men and dogs on her trail, she runs into the arms of a dark stranger willing to help her if she'd let him. But she can’t.  To do so would only get the sexy pilot killed. 

Between figuring out who's sabotaging his undercover work for the DEA and struggling to save his baby sister from herself, Zane Jackson has enough on his plate. The last thing he needs is to get entangled with a woman who's treading on the wrong side of the law ... but the minute he pulls Angel into his arms he decides that no one's hurting her again. No one. 

"Riveting thriller and a haunting love story with characters I couldn't help but empathize with." ~~ Darlene Kendall, Fresh Fiction Reviews

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Publisher
Silver Hawk Press LLC
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Published on
Sep 13, 2018
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Pages
350
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ISBN
9781940651651
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / Dragons & Mythical Creatures
Fiction / Fantasy / Paranormal
Fiction / Fantasy / Urban
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