Lydia and the Draca by Louisa Kelley
(Daughters of Draca)

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews

Synopsis

Genre: Shape-shifter Paranormal
Length: Novella

Science fiction geek Lydia Neal's just recovering from her latest relationship crash and burn. When she wakes up in a glowing cave surrounded by enormous dragons, she's pretty sure she's having a sci-fi nightmare. Why would an entire race of shape-shifters be lusting after her? She doesn’t even believe they're real, but why is she so incredibly turned on? Then she meets the smoking hot Draca, Eremon, and there's no turning back. Especially after he shows her the very special kind of ecstasy a Draca male can offer her, whether on the ground or in the skies.

Whatever the obsessed Draca want from her, she's ready to find out. For once in her ordered, boring life, Lydia's going along for the wildest ride of her life...with Eremon and the rest of the Draca.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play, group sex/moresome, same-sex interaction/practices (f/f), sex in shifted form.
 

About Louisa Kelley

See more books from this Author
Romance and science fiction took hold of Louisa Kelley at age nine, when she read Little Women and the Narnia series. She is convinced that the genre paranormal romance, which developed years later, was purely for her benefit. After all, it's what's been in her heart all these years. She resides in Portland, Oregon, where, in a strangely perfect combination of rainy winters and urban skyline, her writing inspiration abounds. Meet the sexy world that's been evolving in her fevered brain. She'd love you to join her in some over-the-top erotic adventures with the Draca: dragon shape-shifters of a very different kind.
 
Published October 20, 2009 by Loose Id LLC. 84 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

Rate this book!

Add Review