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Five Favourite M/M Romances with Dragons
I’ve been a fan of shapeshifters for a long, long time. Werewolves are my favourite, but dragons are a very close second. I love imagining that this is how the dragons of lore have managed to stay hidden—by taking on the form of their greatest enemy.

After reading a ton of dragon shifter romances, I definitely wanted to tackle one myself. And now that I’ve written one…I might write more! They’re a blast. As soon as I get through the other hundred ideas in my work-in-progress folder…

In the meantime, here are five of my favourite m/m romances featuring dragons!

Reawakening by Amy Rae Durreson

The nearly god-like dragons who defended the world from the last terrible uprising of evil a thousand years ago have disappeared and been all but forgotten by the descendants of the people they saved. But the stirring of a new wave of evil awakens one, and he has to learn how to fit into a world that’s relegated their kind to legends and nothing more.

I love this entire series. It’s epic and sweeping and just wonderful. Unfortunately, it appears to be unavailable at the moment, but the author is working to republish the series.

Burn the Sky by Jaye McKenna

In order to ascend to the throne, Prince Garrik must display some sort of wytch power—except he hasn’t yet, and that means the future of his kingdom is in jeopardy. His father insists his power be forcibly awakened, but Garrik’s dormant wytch power turns out to be one of the most dangerous. He’s a dragon shifter, and historically, they can’t be controlled.

The worldbuilding in this series is fantastic, and each book is building up to what looks to be an epic rebellion. I highly recommend it.

Knight’s Fire by S.J. Himes

Sir Gawain is asked by his sister, the queen, to travel to the edge of the kingdom, where a village is under siege from a beast. There, he finds Zephyr, a young fire dragon who had once been enslaved. Zephyr is injured and needs Gawain’s protection, as well as time to discover who he is and what he wants from life.

This was an adorable story, with a rarity in books featuring dragon shifters—a dragon shifter who needs protection instead of the other way around!

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Twig Starfig is a half-dragon, half-fairy private investigator. Yeah, I’m not sure how that works, either, but it makes for a great, unique character. He’s compelled by a unicorn to hunt down an enchanted artifact, and to take the unicorn’s indentured human servant along with him. Quinn, the human servant, is hiding something, though. Because of course he is.

This was a really funny, really unique fantasy. I love how the author spins some tropes on their heads in a way that totally works without being too over the top. I highly recommend it.

The King’s Dragon by Sam Burns and W.M. Fawkes

Tristram is a knight with a secret—he’s half-dragon, even though he looks fully human and can’t shift into dragon form. That last bit won’t matter if King Reynold ever finds out. Despite being Tristram’s friend, he knows Reynold will have him executed because the human kingdom of Llangard remembers all too well how the dragons had once enslaved them. But the arrival of two strangers from the north threatens to reveal all of Tristram’s secrets.
This was a complex plot, wonderfully woven between different points of view and machinations of characters with conflicting goals and motivations. Very highly recommended!

A Golden Kingdom Novel

The heart remembers.

When Aidan Bishop staggers out of the woods, naked and suffering from amnesia, he needs to relearn who he is and where he fits in the world.

His boss, nearly five-hundred-year-old dragon Nassim, head of a successful tech company, hurries to claim his wayward assistant and guide him back into the life he disappeared from. As they get to know each other again, Aidan wonders if their relationship went deeper than employer and employee. But Nassim isn’t telling, and Aidan has a secret of his own… even if he doesn’t know it yet.

About the Author: Jenn Burke has loved out-of-this-world romance since she first read about heroes and heroines kicking butt and falling in love as a preteen. Now that she’s an author, she couldn’t be happier to bring adventure, romance, and sexy times to her readers.

Jenn is the author of a number of paranormal and science fiction romance titles, including the critically acclaimed Chaos Station science fiction romance series (authored with Kelly Jensen), the Not Dead Yet series, and the Golden Kingdom series.

She’s been called a pocket-sized and puntastic Canadian on social media, and she’ll happily own that label. Jenn lives just outside of Ottawa, Ontario, with her husband and two kids, plus two dogs named after video game characters…because her geekiness knows no bounds.

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