Lea Venlay has been fascinated with
dragons all her life, be it literary, artistic, or the very
real dragon clan of shifters that reside near her family's art
gallery. Ferin Dekker is the wealthy scion of an old southern
family with an even older feud with the Venlays—and he's got a
few secrets that he'd rather no one uncovered, especially not
the intriguing daughter of his people's enemy.
Ferin steals Lea away to his mountain
home. Insatiably curious about why she captivates him as she
does. Lea, in turn, can hardly believe that she's been
abducted from her own home by a man that's been haunting her
sensual dreams. He's Dracon, and she's sure he'd as soon
silence her with something other than kisses if he learned the
extent of her books and research regarding his kind.
Lea finds she's in for a few surprises,
because Ferin doesn't mind her secrets, even to the point that
he's very willing to teach her more about his people and their
customs. In spite of Lea's extensive studies, she discovers a
great deal more about their mysterious ways than she'd ever
thought possible—and learns that the most priceless treasure
of all is love.
Ms. Harte pens a very spicy tale of
rivalry and polyamory that's bound to curl anyone's toes.
There's intrigue and family hijinks that twist and turn as
many ways as a dragon can, yet Firebreather
doesn't loose sight of what's important: two people putting
aside an age old feud and family prejudices to find the truth
of love and set things straight.