Author: Leilani Love
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Violca Grey knows life can change instantly. Two years after her parents’ sudden death, Violca is left raising her four younger sisters. She doesn’t realize that their lives are all in danger from something that may not be human.
Chase Reed knows the Grey sisters possibly hold the key to his fate. He is determined to get close, protect them and bring them to his Dragon King.
Together, Chase and Violca not only have to protect their families—they also have to fight against their rising feelings for each other. But what Violca doesn't know is that once a dragon decides he wants something, there is no stopping him from getting it.
“I’ll be big one day like my sister, Violca.” Angyalka said.
“I’m sure you will be,” Chase agreed then looked at Kati and Eva. “It’s nice to meet you both.”
Eva grinned mischievously. “It’s nice to meet you, Chase.” She grabbed the bowl of spaghetti and everyone made themselves a plate as she continued, “It was really nice of you to drive Violca home today.”
Kati smiled and Violca tried not to groan out loud while fixing her own plate of spaghetti.
“I was just in the right place at the right time.”
The girls instantly started talking about their day, Angyalka and Sari being the loudest. In the middle of Angyalka’s story about a boy who was mean to her, she looked up at Chase, “Violca says boys pull girls’ hair when they like them. Is that true?”
Chase grinned and Violca saw his shoulders shaking as he tried not to laugh. “Yes, your sister’s right, boys sometimes pull hair when they like a girl.”
Sari frowned as if taking it in. “Did you pull my sister’s hair before you drove her home?”
Eva and Kati coughed. “No, I haven’t pulled your sister’s hair.”
Eva, not to be left out of the conversation, said, “Don’t you like my sister?”
Chase smiled at both girls before looking at Violca. His eyes locked onto hers. She felt her cheeks heat up, and her breath caught as she waited for his answer. “I do like your sister, but I think your sister would get mad at me if I pulled her hair, so I thought I would try something different.”
Sari nodded. “Good, I don’t like when the boys pull my hair.”