What a Dragon Loves

Star of the North Dragons Book 4

by Ava Cuvay

Drinking the Stars Press, LLC

Paranormal Romance: Shapeshifters

May 18, 2024

Available in: Paperback, e-Book

What a Dragon Loves
by Ava Cuvay

Arkyn Drekison is the alpha-heir of his Minnesota family's dragon shifter clan. Always at the front, in the know, and ahead of the curve. But his younger brothers have all found love and, for the first time in his life, he's... left behind. He can't fall for just anyone. He needs a dependable, feisty, steadfast shield maiden to love: a fellow shifter who can help lead his clan and mesh with the many strong personalities within his family. So why is he utterly captivated by a woman who is anything but? She's human, delicate, spacey, and far more comfortable with babies and pets than anyone old enough to make conversation. Yet there's something about her that entices his dragon and makes his earth power rumble with desire.

Amalthea Payne is a chaotic hot mess on a good day, always saying the wrong thing, easily distracted, and, well... just plain weird. She's unintentionally high-maintenance, and no one---friends and lovers, alike---needs the kind of bizarre she brings to the table. So she's a loner, which is probably for the best, because the mayhem churning deep in her soul is growing stronger, threatening to suck her into a void of her own insanity. Yet when she helps the tall, blonde, and gorgeous flannel-wearing-Thor-wannabee rescue a kitten, there's something about him that soothes her savage beast. Metaphorically speaking, of course.

This novella is the fourth book of the Star of the North Dragon series, which can be read in any order or as standalone novellas.

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Ava Cuvay's Bio

Ava Cuvay is an award-winning bestselling author of out of this world Sci-fi and Paranormal Romance featuring sassy heroines, gutsy heroes, passion, adventure... and the word "moist." She resides in central Indiana with her own scruffy-looking nerfherder and teen kiddos who think her "Rizz" is "cringe" but she "passes the vibe check" and her books "hit different." No cap. She believes life is too short to bother with negative people, everything is better with Champagne, and Han Solo shot first. When not writing, Ava is thinking about writing. Or wine. And she's always thinking about bacon.