Title: The Only Option
A desperate dragon. A lonely necromancer. A marriage neither wants.
When he is summoned to the royal castle, Rochus anticipates nothing more than a particularly difficult assignment. The bothersome journey is almost made worthwhile when he is propositioned by a young, beautiful dragon, Tilo, who seems untroubled by the fact that Rochus is a necromancer.
When Rochus arrives at the castle he is ordered to marry the very same dragon he spent the night with. Though Rochus would rather sign papers and return home, he is helpless against Tilo's pleas for help, even if it means spending more time around a man he is desperately drawn to but who doesn’t seem to want him.
Author: Megan Derr
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Rightfully His Omega, Prey Mate
Published by All Romance eBooks Source: Publisher
Published: May 1, 2016
Genres: Erotic Romance, Male Male Romance, Paranormal Romance
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Magus Rochus Kraemer has been summoned to the royal castle by the queen herself. He can’t ignore the summons but he also does not have to rush to her call. Rochus chooses to stop at an inn before the last leg of his journey. His travels have exhausted him. He wants a meal, bath, and a good nights rest. What he gets is a lapfull of gorgeous man begging to take him to bed instead.
The half dead, blood drinking, necromancer would be crazy to pass up the good time that the handsome young dragon is offering. Rochus sees himself as years past his prime. Others see the necromancer as a walking corpse, something from nightmares. Rochas knows he can’t pass up what Tilo has offered.
The night that was freely offered comes back to slap Rochas in the face when he arrives for his summons. The queen made a bargain with a dragon and the dragon has asked for his debt to be paid. The queen informs Rochas that he will be marrying the dragon Tilo. Finding out that Tilo is willing to do anything to get a necromancer to help him with his problems is not the type of affections Rochas needs in his life. Seeing the desperation in Tilo’s actions has Rochas agreeing to help him anyways though.
The Only Option was a surprisingly hot read. Fast paced and entertaining. Tilo is willing to do anything to fix the situation he is in. He’s tried the proper avenues and has now resorted to desperate measures. Rochas knows how people feel about him. They don’t hide their disgusted looks, or lower their voices when spouting their hateful words. Tilo tries to explain things but Rochas struggles believing due to old wounds. This is my first Megan Derr book, it will not be my last.