Dragos Goes to Washington by Thea Harrison

Dragos Goes to Washington by Thea Harrison
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Full Length (180 pgs)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

Dragos Cuelebre, Lord of the Wyr, needs to throw a party without maiming anyone. That isn’t exactly as easy as it might sound.

After the destructive events of the last eighteen months, the Elder Races are heading to Washington D.C. to foster peace with humankind. Not known for his diplomacy skills, Dragos must rely on his mate Pia to help navigate a battlefield of words and polite smiles rather than claws. With Dragos’s mating instinct riding close to the surface, his temper is more volatile than ever and the threat of violence hovers in the air.
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Then the human spouse of a prominent politician winds up murdered and Dragos and Pia must race against time to hunt down those behind it before they are held responsible for the crime. (40,000 words)

For fans of DRAGON BOUND and LORD’S FALL, the latest novella in the Elder Races holds passion, peril, political intrigue, and revelations that will change Dragos and Pia’s lives forever.

He’ll do whatever it takes to keep her safe and she’s just as feisty.

I’ve not read another by Thea Harrison, so when I saw this book, it was a treat. I had to pick it up. I’m glad I did. The writing flowed well and I read this story in a matter of hours. I knew what was going on, despite this being a book in the middle of a series, and understood the characters.

It’s a quick read. There’s a lot of time spent on Dragos and his mate, Pia. I didn’t mind that, but the mystery aspect of the story seemed almost forgotten. I did like the smaller plot point that revolved around Pia, but since I hadn’t read any of the other books in the series, that sort of took away from the enjoyment—I didn’t realize how hard this plot point was for her.

Still, there’s mystery, mayhem and a few twists I didn’t see coming. Check this book out, but be sure to start at the beginning so you get the most out of each story.

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