Beka, Baba Yaga #2, is flying solo for the first time and unfortunately making a bit of a hash of things. She can’t afford to screw up though as something is causing the local selkies and merpeople to get dangerously ill. She enlists the help of a grumpy but hot fisherman, Marcus, and his father so she can dive for clues.
Makenna aka Mac left her life as a seedy tabloid journalist behind to become North America’s only seer for SPI (a kind of Men in Black for supernatural creatures instead of aliens). A few gruesome murders sets the team off after a Grendel who intends to reveal the existence of supernatural creatures at Times Square’s New Years Eve celebrations.
Savannah Cavenaugh is a rare creature indeed. Her ability to morph into a dragon helps with her day job, a thief that specialises in moving big objects. She jumps at the opportunity to steal a priceless artefact and cement her name as one of the best in the business even though it means going up against Lord Relobu, the dragon lord of North America.
Owl, international antiquities thief extraordinaire, lives by one motto – no supernatural jobs, ever. She unfortunately catches the attention of a red dragon called Mr Kurasawa who makes her an offer she can’t refuse. All she has to do is find a rare object that has been missing for 3000 years and in return, she gets to live. Simple, right?
Carol Jenski, the best friend of Myrna (book #1’s heroine), got severely injured in Budapest by a dragon. When she wakes up in hospital, she finds out there has been an attack on DRACIM in Tulsa and she is the prime suspect. Rather than explain her actions to the authorities or even an angry dragon lord, she goes on the run with a dishy reporter.
Pia Giovanni has a monster sized problem thanks to her ex-boyfriend bragging about her ability to get into locked rooms. She was forced to steal from Dragos Cuelebre, one of the oldest and most powerful dragon shape-shifters in the world. While Dragos’ rage can’t be dampened by the fact she only stole a penny, he is quickly taken by her shapely figure and propensity to do the unexpected.
You’d think being a dragonspeaker and mediator would be glamorous but Myrna Banks’ regular day usually involves dealing with copious amounts of vomit, irate clients and paperwork. Her ex-boyfriend, Trian Chobardan, pops up wanting her help even though he stomped all over her heart two years ago when he stole classified documents. Myrna can’t resist the opportunity to be involved in something special rather than the usual disputes between dragons and cattle farmers. If she could only resist Trian, she’d be doing well.