Up in Smoke
Silver Dragons, Book 2
October 7, 2008
Though May Northcott's heart belongs to Gabriel Tauhou, leader of the silver dragons, being stuck in Abaddon has significantly cooled down her love life--especially since a demon lord is trying to woo her. So far, May has resisted his efforts, but it's getting increasingly harder to thwart disaster.
So May is shocked when Gabriel encourages her to give in to the demon prince. But her fire-breathing boyfriend has an ulterior motive. Since May was created in the mortal world, her surrender would give her master access to that world, where he would lose most of his powers.
It looks as though May will have to barter to gain her freedom and fulfill her destiny by Gabriel's side. But will a deal with the devil make life heaven or hell?
Forced to remain by the demon lord Magoth’s side in Abbadon, May Northcott searches for a way of escape. She’s a wyvern’s mate and longs to be back in Gabriel’s arms. When they devise a plan to get her out it gives Magoth the opportunity to roam the human world as well, something he’s more than happy to agree to.
All is not calm in the dragon world and May is there in the midst of things as the struggle for power continues. She’s also taken on her sister’s troubles, once again attempting to put her foolish twin’s life back in order. While the troubles around her mount, May still has a very important problem of her own. Until she’s free of Magoth, she’ll never be free of Abbadon.
This is the second installment of the Silver Dragons series. May has more purpose than ever by Gabriel’s side and he’s willing to do whatever it takes to keep her by his side. Ms. MacAlister works her humor filled magic to entertain readers with the action and scorching romance that keeps them glued to the pages. Up in Smoke is a fast-paced addition to this paranormal world and I’ll be looking forward to the next visit with these sexy dragons and their passionate mates.
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Kimberly Swan, Darque Reviews