Firefighter Sea Dragon (Fire & Rescue Shifters Book 4)

A lonely woman who feels like a fish out of water + a firefighter sea dragon baffled by human ways + a forbidden love that will shake the whole sea = one magical romance!

Neridia Small just wants to fit in – but that’s hard when you stand six foot six in your bare feet. Maybe it would be okay if she was supermodel skinny to go with her supermodel height, but a ridiculously tall, fat black woman? She’s only ever attracted the wrong sort of attention. She longs to find a man who’ll look past her size and see the real her. A nice, normal man…

John Doe will never understand humans. A sea dragon knight from the hidden underwater city of Atlantis, he reluctantly took human form in order to search the land for the missing Pearl Emperor, ruler of all sea shifters. Though John has found unexpected friendship as part of a unique all-shifter firefighting team, his heart will always lie under the ocean… until he rescues Neridia from a mugging.

As a knight, John’s forbidden from taking any mate – let alone a human. And a sea dragon’s honor is his life. But when a decades-old secret rises to the surface at last, only John can protect Neridia from a deadly foe. Fate binds John and Neridia together, honor demands that they stay apart… and love will require one of them to sacrifice everything.

Firefighter Sea Dragon is a sizzling hot, standalone BBW dragon shifter romance novel. No cliffhangers!

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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2 Responses to Firefighter Sea Dragon (Fire & Rescue Shifters Book 4)

  1. Casie L says:

    This series rocks whether on land or in the sea!

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