Title: Dragon's Heart
Sometimes you have to face your horrible past or else you will never have a bright, happy future.
Lester has always been only half good enough—half a sorcerer, half a dragon, but all a bastard, he was shunned and unwanted as a child. So, the first thing he does when he can is move away to the human world, and he never looks back. But the supernatural world is coming to him. The war between the Dragons and the sorcerers is at its climax and both sides want Lester on their side.
Dragon shifter Mick grew up watching his best friend Lester being abused and shunned. Now that he’s back, Mick is more determined than ever to protect him. As the two find themselves falling in love, will they be able to overcome all their obstacles, or will war win over love?
Author: Stephani Hecht
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Unconventional In Atlanta , Passion Under Fire
Series: Dragon's Soul
Published by Total-e-Bound Publishing Source: Author
Published: October 25, 2013
Genres: Fantasy, Male Male Romance, Paranormal
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Dragon’s Heart by Stephani Hecht was captivating and fascinating. Dragon shifters, sorcerers, and harpies, all added to an enjoyable adventure. Lester had been living in the human world for the past ten years, scorned by his family, the half-breed decided to make a life for himself away from the dragon world. Mick was a warrior, best friend to Lester and secretly always in love with him.
Lester’s brothers called him back home, divulged things from the past that sets to right the family digressions, all the while attempting to protect probably the most powerful member of their family, Lester.
Ms. Hecht brought reality to fantasy. Although the family was dragons and sorcerers, the issues were very real. Abuse, heart ache, trust and love; all parts of the dynamics that made this family, as well as other’s function.
Lester had to learn to trust in his brothers and Mick- best friend and now mate. Together, Lester and Mick formed a bond that only death could break. They were attentive and strong characters, loving with all.
The undercurrents between the brothers and Lester, tentative at first, lent itself to real family issues, where things are not always what they seem to be. Ms. Hecht brought laughter to tense situations and whit where needed.
Dragon’s Heart delivered sex appeal and a triumph of spirit.