A Dragon’s Fate Novella, Book 1
Author: Lacy Danes 

Genre: Romance, Alternate Worlds, Paranormal, Steamy/Erotic
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Number of pages: 138
Word Count: 38K 
Language: English
Cover Artist: Kanaza  

It’s easy to fall in love. Destiny requires tooth and claw. 

Curses are designed to be cruel, but the one afflicting Jordan and his brothers is almost beyond bearing. A dragon born by blood magic, he is an immortal trapped in human form, with only one hope of finding his eternal mate. He must bite her—and pray she lives.

One dark night, he senses the wounded heartbeat of a woman in the shadows, begging him to end her life. Ever the gentleman, he chivalrously obliges her wish. Only to discover three days later that she lives. And has married another.

Celeste always dreamed of marrying for love, but the nightmare of living in her father’s home drives her to wed the Duke of Hudson. Yet on her wedding eve, she is compelled to follow a mysterious man who professes to know her secret. A man with curious blue scales on his muscular arms—whose shadowed eyes reflect a dangerous mix of destiny and desire… 

WARNING: This novel contains explicit sex, sex in water, four super-hot dragon brothers, and a curse born from magical power that has left them wondering who they are all their lives.

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Lacy Danes made a New Year’s resolution to write a hot, historical romance. 

A year and a half later, she achieved her goal. She lives in Portland, Oregon, where besides writing she enjoys playing cards, chasing her kids around, and savoring a great martini with the man of her dreams all while watching the world go by.

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A very intense steamy read!! Waterfall is full of mystery and suspense plus yes hot steamy sex. From the first scene you are in an intense situation and the intensity just gets deeper as the story goes along. Danes does a great job of creating a dark and mysterious read that will get your blood pumping!! I still have lots of questions about the characters that will hopefully be answered in the next book! I look forward to reading the next book in the Dragon’s Fate series.   


♥ ♥ ♥  3.5/5 Hearts: Great Read

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Disclosure: I received one copy of the book from the Author for review purposes only. I was not compensated to write a positive or favorable review. This is Keeping Up With The Rheinlander’s personal opinion.


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  1. TheBabyMammaChronicles

    I agree it is completely horrible. I am sorry you were bullied when you were younger.

  2. Jodie

    Kids can be extremely cruel. Very heartbreaking. Compassion is a trait I work on with my munchkins every day. I hope to send them off into this world as compassionate, caring people. This world certainly needs it!

  3. Tracey - Just Another Mommy Blog

    Bullying is serious and I'm sorry you went through an ongoing issue in J.H. I do feel that too much is classified as "bullying" today and that this takes away from real, serious bullying. Most kids will be picked on or made fun of during their childhood. It's inevitable and I'm not sure I want my kids to totally bypass that experience(I think it's important to know what it really feels like to have someone be mean to you so that you have something to base your own actions on). But bullying is something that means being targeted for hate and violence (physical and emotional) and I don't believe that every child who gets called a name now and then is being "bullied." Nor is every kid who is mean to other children a "bully." At least, not until someone classifies them as such…

  4. The Rheinlander's

    Tracey, I completely agree with you!! I think that what I went through made me who I am…And I think that says something about my parents!! "Bullying" is completely different these days with all of the social media outlets! My situation wasn't so horrible compared to others! Again my hope is that I can teach my children better!!

  5. A Daddy Blog

    Melissa, I'm so sorry to hear of the bullying to which you were subjected. I also was bullied during junior high. No matter how old and happy and successful we become as adults, those scars are still there in us. And the idea that our children might be bullied (or be the bully) is horrifying. I do hope we all can make a shift in our thinking about this while it's all so fresh in our minds. It'd be nice to make at least a slightly kinder future for our wee ones.–Michael (aka:

  6. Tammy

    They sound like they were ruthless! The guys all had an affectionate nickname for me all through high school. One that I hated but they thought endearing. I would now classify it as bullying. My daughter is 10 and had her items either stolen or hidden…it happened for weeks. I got so frustrated…it just makes me mad how kids at this age can be so cruel! Thanks for the post!


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Melissa Rheinlander is a Momma to a beautiful, spunky, fun loving little girl. Lover of family, friends, books, Mexican Martinis, sometimes Bloody Marys or Margaritas, & Wine. Melissa has worked in publishing for years, helping International Best-selling authors. She is the owner of MSRheinlander Consulting as well as Biblio Babes.

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