This series contains Mpreg.
1. Blue Fire
Blake never knew that dragons could turn into humans, so how does he end up falling in love with one?
Blake acts on instinct when he steals a dragon egg from his boss. He’s never done anything that stupid, and now, he’s in trouble, both with humans and dragons.
Especially with the dragon that captures him.
But Orran is not merely a dragon. He’s also a beautiful man, and Blake is stuck with him—and with a baby dragon after the egg hatches.
Blake’s boss isn’t done with him or with the baby, which means Blake has to gain Orran’s trust and convince him to take him with him. He has nothing to go back to in the city except death if his boss catches him. Death might still find him if he leaves with Orran, but he has nothing to lose.
Or does he?
2. Green Way Out
Sheldon didn’t expect to be kidnapped, but especially not by a dragon.
Sheldon’s only sibling, Blake, has vanished. Sheldon is relieved when Blake finally calls, but Blake refuses to explain what he got himself into. That means Sheldon has to get involved before Blake gets in even more trouble—even if it ends badly.
And it does.
As a dragon, Morven doesn’t trust humans, not even his best friend’s lover, Blake. But now Blake needs help to save his brother, and Morven can’t say no. He doesn’t expect anything but a rescue mission, and he certainly doesn’t expect Sheldon.
Sheldon is terrified of the dragons who rescue him, but at least he’s with his brother. Who lives with dragons. Can Sheldon wrap his head around it? It’s an entirely new world. Ultimately, Sheldon will have to choose whether to stay with the dragon shifter who steals his heart or go home to his abusive parents and his empty apartment.
It would be an easy choice if he didn’t have dragons trying to kill him.
3. Black Savior
Family isn’t only blood.
Cain is on the run. He’s about to lay his egg, which means handing it over to his king and never seeing it again. He’s wanted to be a father for too long, though, and he’s ready to do anything to keep his baby.
Hogan isn’t what people would call a friendly person. He’s growly and snappish, but only when it comes to those he doesn’t like—which is most of the Ogorth clan. When he punches yet another dragon, he’s sent off to patrol the forest around the palace, and he stumbles on Cain.
Cain had no idea he was in Ogorth clan territory, but he’s relieved he won’t have to lay his egg alone. He doesn’t expect to find a home with the Ogorth clan, or with Hogan.
Life is good as Cain and Hogan grow closer, but Cain’s old clan finds out where he is, and they demand him and his egg back. Will the queen keep her promise to keep him and his baby safe, or will the dangers to her clan be enough for her to give in? Will Cain lose everything he gained and never thought he would have, or does he have a chance to keep living his dreams?
4. Purple Flame
Sometimes the only way out is to trust someone you’d never thought you could.
After arresting the queen’s cousin, Slavin thinks the clan is finally safe. Unfortunately, that only lasts until the queen asks him to spy on the Eiloren clan and find out what their king is planning. Slavin can’t say no to the queen.
Dagan never wanted to be a guard, especially not for the king, but in the Eiloren clan, no one chooses what they do with their life. When the king demands that Dagan’s brother get pregnant, Dagan knows he can’t let that happen, but what can he do?
Slavin doesn’t have much time before someone will discover he’s spying on the Eiloren clan, and Dagan needs to find a solution as soon as possible. Maybe they can work together, but can Dagan trust a man he thinks is working against his queen? Can Slavin trust Dagan with who he really is?