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Monday, October 29, 2012

Claimed by Dragons Tour

Amber Skyze and Katalina Leon are the co-authors of the new erotic-romance paranormal book series Bag Of Tricks from Loose Id Publishing. The newest book in the series is a sizzling hot dragon-shifter ménage “Claimed By Dragons”

Here’s the blurb.

In an odd Wiccan shop in Salem, Jael pulls an unusual stone from a witch’s wish bag. Little does she know her wildest dreams of adventure and a torrid affair with two gorgeous co-workers are about to come true—in spades.

Jael’s dreamy boss, Roarke offers her the assignment of a lifetime: a photo safari to Mount Kilimanjaro. The African scenery is stunning but the unexpected arrival of her two office crushes, Roarke and Kypton ignites her passion. Just as the trio is getting steamy at a beautiful waterfall, danger intervenes forcing the men to reveal their secret. They're dragons. And now, to save her life, they have no choice but to abduct a startled Jael to their mountain lair on Kilimanjaro.

In the dragons' love nest, Jael learns the truth about their origins and explores all the erotic possibilities two eager lovers can offer. Love awakens, but the guys are being stalked by a covert group of dragon hunters and withholding a life or death secret that will push Jael’s courageous heart and commitment to the limits.

Warning: Story contains gorgeous male dragon shifters eager to mate, lots of hot male action between two loving men, scorching ménage with one lucky woman, anal play for all, and polyandry with a happy ending. What more do you want? : )

Look for Book 1 in The Bag Of Tricks series“ The Strix”.
Also available at ARe and Amazon.
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Claimed By Dragons

Bag Of Tricks Book 2
Amber Skyze and Katalina Leon

Genre: Erotic-romance, paranormal, dragon-shifters, ménage & polyamory.

Publisher: Loose Id Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-61118-903-2

Number of pages: 286
Word Count: 92k

Cover Artist: Valerie Tibbs

Excerpt: (In this scene Jael has just returned from her trip to Salem. She works as a photojournalist at International Explorer magazine.)

She hunched in front her large-screen computer, quickly scrolling through hundreds of stock wildlife photos, liking none of them. Most of the photos were immediately familiar and had already been used too many times in International Explorer’s magazine and television network promotions. “I should be looking at my own original photos. I need to get out of the office and work,” she muttered.
“It’s true. Those should be your photos.”
She swiftly turned and saw Kypton looking directly at her with brilliant blue eyes and an almost breathless expression on his face.
“Good morning.” She gulped a stunned breath. “Everything’s fine,” she mumbled. She felt a nervous smile burst across her lips. Holy crap, Kypton was gorgeous up close and a bit taller than she remembered. “Believe it or not, I’m not having any IT problems today.”
Kypton moved a little closer and smiled. He carried the fresh, clean scent of some decidedly masculine deodorant soap and mint toothpaste. “Do we have to have an IT problem to say hello?”
She was shocked. Kypton seldom initiated conversations. “Not at all.”
“I’ve seen some of your photography.” Kypton looked away shyly. “When I did the data retrieval on your crashed computer last summer, I saw your photos.” He blushed. “I wasn’t spying or anything like that. I was just making sure the files would open for you.” He swallowed uncomfortably. “Your photographs of the Grand Canyon and the Moab desert were stunning.” He glanced at his shoes. “I think you’re very talented and brave to fly over the canyons to get those pictures.”
“I was pretty scared flying an ultralight that close to the ground.”
“That’s normal. Most people are scared until they get used to the feeling of hitting a warm updraft and soaring higher. It’s total freedom.” His face lit with excitement. “Once you’ve felt that, you’re hooked.”
She looked at the shy, quiet urbanite, thinking it highly unlikely, but asked Kypton anyway, “You sound experienced. Have you flown an ultralight?”
“No.” He suddenly looked uneasy and stepped away from her desk. “Do you have a pilot’s license?”
“Have you flown in a glider, perhaps parasailed?”
“I just got back from Salem, so I’ll take another angle. Do you fly on a broomstick?”
“No.” Kypton actually laughed, exposing a fetching dimple on the side of his sweet smile.
She wanted to know more about Kypton. He was something of an enigma. He spoke so little and never just wandered over to her desk simply to talk. If she missed this opportunity, it might never come again. “So tell me, how are you flying?”
Kypton spread his arms wide, flapped them up and down, and screeched loudly like a pterodactyl.
People down the hall craned their necks to see what was going on in the art department.
Jael laughed out loud at Kypton’s unexpected antics. This was so unlike the usually dignified and reserved man. Somebody must have spiked the poor guy’s coffee. “You’re a total geek!” The words blurted past her lips before she could stop herself.
Kypton stopped flapping his arms and appeared sobered. “It that what you think of me? I’m not a demigeek. I’m a total geek?”
She hated herself for misspeaking. Kypton was such a nice guy. She didn’t want him to feel put down. “A geek’s not a bad thing in my book. I like a smart guy who knows his way around a tricky IT configuration.”
Kypton grinned. A silky lock of hair slid in front of one eye. “Thanks.”
She had to save the situation and change the topic. Aside from she and Kypton discussing computer malfunctions, this was the longest conversation they had ever engaged in, and she wanted to keep the good vibe going. She dipped her hand into her jacket pocket and felt for the wish stone. She withdrew it and presented the mauve- colored stone to Kypton. “Have you ever seen a stone like this before?”
“I have.” Kypton’s face lit with interest. He immediately reached for the stone and held it to the light. “If this is what I think it is, these stones are very rare. They’re called dragon eggs.” He whispered the words reverently. “Where did you get it?”
“A weird Wiccan shop in Salem.” “How did they get it?”
Jael lowered her voice. “I have no idea. This stone wasn’t the only oddity in the shop. Trust me on that.”
(After this Roarke walks into the scene and Jael gets sent on the adventure of a lifetime.)
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About the Authors:

Katalina Leon

I’m an artist, an author, mother and wife. I write for Loose Id Publishing and Ellora’s Cave. I try to bring a touch of the mystical and a big sense of adventure to everything I write because I believe there’s a bold, kick-ass heroine inside all of us who wants to take a wild ride with a strong worthy hero.

Amber Skyze

From a very young age, Amber Skyze began making up stories–the only child syndrome. Telling tall tales to all her friends she never dreamed of putting words on paper. In fact if anyone asked her if she would write when she grew up, she’d have laughed.

It wasn’t until raising children and reading all those romances that she decided–hey, I can write these. HA! Easier said than done.

When not crafting hot, steamy tales, this New York transplant now resides in Rhode Island with her husband, four children (who force her to work a day job), and three dogs.

She currently writes for Ellora’s Cave, Loose Id and is self-published.

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  1. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  2. I think dragon shifters are my favorite kind. Thank you for the giveaway.