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Dragon shifter Notus hasn’t been able to fly for months, after suffering a catastrophic accident when his clan fell to earth. Being grounded hasn’t done the personality of the good-natured, musical dragon any favors—and these days he’s more of a rumble of thunder than music to anyone’s ears. And then his alpha insists he trains himself in human defence techniques and forces him to take a job as a bodyguard to none other than the klutz who almost put a bullet in him recently. To add fuel to the fire, Notus’s dragon is head over heels for her—she’s sassy, sexy and the only person who dares to speak the truth around him—and before he knows it he’s singing songs to her and buying her expensive gifts.
Eden has lived her life in a cage. Her location gets tracked around the clock, her profession was chosen for her, and there are so many secrets in her life that she has to sign NDAs to have normal conversations—all due to her father’s dangerous job. When she finally gets the long-promised birthday present of her own freedom and apartment, she can’t wait to start her life. But just then her father’s life and her safety are threatened yet again. And when dragon-protector Notus swoops into Eden’s life in all of his 6’5” glory—with his deep indigo eyes, muscles like steel, razor-sharp senses—Eden can’t see beyond the fact that she’s chained to a humorless, ill-tempered meathead of a bodyguard 24/7. But behind the bruiser is an enigmatic dragon-man—wild, sexy, with a torrent of surprises and a heart of gold— and soon Eden starts falling hard for him.
And when the risk to Eden’s life ratchets up several notches, Notus will fight wing and claw for her, even if it means the end of him.
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