Blog Tour, Review & Giveaway: Dragons Don't Cry by D'Elen McClain

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One pint sized human female who’s had too much to drink, not enough sleep, and absolutely no patience meets one stubborn dragon shifter with an attitude.
Bastian claims Acasia, his unwilling bride, after she spends the night carousing with friends. She’s not happy, he’s pissed off, and with a curse from a goddess thrown in, you’ll see Bastian breathe fire.
Add secrets, treasure, and unimaginable heartbreak for an emotionally humorous read and discover why Dragons Don’t Cry.

 Desiree’s 4 Star Review

Dragons Don’t Cry is a story of otherworldly love. Bastian is one of the dragon shifters who have been cursed to love and lose their loves, over and over again. Bastian has given up all hopes of finding a true mate.

Acasia is young woman who comes from another realm. She is one of many females that has been chosen to be a choice for the dragon shifters to choose a bride from. She is feisty and mouthy, everything that Bastian doesn’t want in a mate. She hates being a part of this charade.

When Bastian arrives to examine those chosen to be his, he instantly choses, who else? Acasia. Once he takes her back to his own realm, they immediately start to butt heads. They are both stubborn and neither is happy to be put in this postion.

Not Bastian or Acasia could have guessed what was in store for them. Can either up them survive the trials of kidnapping, jealousy, different eras, goddesses, and possible death? More importantly can they compromise on their time period differences and try to make the best of the situation they’ve been placed in?

To find out more about Bastian and Acasia’s story get a copy of Dragon’s Don’t Cry.
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My human roar was nowhere as loud as my dragon’s, but it helped me gain control. When my anger settled slightly, I walked into her chamber. I whipped the covering back and saw the curve of her breast. I craved her full nakedness. I examined every inch that I could see knowing she would sleep through my perusal. Even beneath the material, her incredible form curved in all the right places. Her breasts were full, and I had a small glimpse of one nipple, small and rosy. I wanted to suckle, flick the tip with my tongue. I arranged my cock beneath the human jeans. I should have put on looser material. I focused my gaze on her face. Soft in sleep, beautiful in innocence. I wanted this woman. Needed to slide into her body and bury myself within her sheath. One of her hands curled beside her head. I uncurled her fingers, seeing the slight bruise and swelling from hitting me. If she touched me slowly, my scales would give way. Only in violence did they turn to armor. She’d hit me violently, making me laugh. But now, I pictured her body twisted, bleeding, and lifeless if I hadn’t caught her.
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I love a good book, strong cup of coffee, and my laptop. I want a book to take me away, the coffee to keep me awake during my travels, and my laptop to make sense of all the ramblings in my brain. My thoughts may be jumbled but when I write them out they make sense, I hope.
I live in a small Arizona town with my husband of 34 years and two spoiled dogs. I have a hardback, autographed book collection that would make any bibliophile drool. Love is where my heart is so I write romance with happy endings but I don't mind killing off a good character or two to keep things interesting.
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