His Father’s Intern by Michelle Hasker

His Father’s Intern by Michelle Hasker
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short story (47 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Xeranthemum

Thirty-five-year-old Casey is content being a once-divorced ice dragon. She gets her fun on when she needs it, and with her job change and position as an intern in a company she loves, her life is looking up. She doesn’t need a hot young stud like fire dragon Eddie, who just happens to be her boss’ son, to screw up her life. But Eddie is not about to let his souler escape.

Fire and Ice? When they meet — dangerous. When they’re meant to be together — explosive.

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I don’t know how the author does it. The romance between Eddie and Casey was fast but fulfilling and there was enough emotion and dialogue to make things work. The sheet scenes were hot and well written but the goal was the bite. I have no idea why I like that aspect but I find it very sexy, and Casey’s reaction is what sealed the deal.

Why did I like her reaction? She’s not afraid to apply the brakes and I 100% agree with her reasoning. She’s intelligent, a hard worker and she stands up for herself. Hers is not a pushover personality no matter what her inner dragon demands. Eddie’s reaction and decisions after that had me swooning – he’s a perfect mate for the heroine.

The only question that plagues me is: what about Casey did Eddie’s father actually like? Did he intuit that the heroine might be the one for his son? I’ll never know his POV, but at least I have no doubts about the main characters. The draw between them is real.

This might be a short little story but it covers every aspect that qualifies it as a happy romance. I also enjoyed that their dragons did have a chance to come out and play. Perfect balance there too.

If readers enjoy paranormal romances about dragons with hearty passions for their mates, then His Father’s Intern is a wonderful afternoon read not to miss.

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