Clues left by her missing father lead Lyra to a gorgeous, mysterious Caido, a descendant of fallen angels. When she discovers that his brother is also missing, she’s determined not to let the exasperating man shut her out.
The last thing Archer needs is an emotional Dragon at his side, especially one whose heat reaches beyond the icy walls he, and all Caidos, must erect for good reason. Working together? Smart. Falling in love? Foolish … and inescapable.
What a fantabulously brilliant and unique world Jaime Rush has created in The Hidden. I am a HUGE fan of her Offspring series and have been chomping at the bit for Dragon Mine, the prequel novella for her new series. So much awesome packed into this novella; great plot, intriguing characters, suspense, mystery, and a seriously smexy dragon. — SmashAttack Reads – Mel Thomas
“A passionate, spellbinding dragon tale.” – New York Times bestselling author Pamela Palmer for Dragon Awakened
“A sexy and intense series. Jaime Rush has my undivided attention.”
–New York Times bestselling author Larissa Ione
Things that go bump in the night have always fascinated Jaime Rush. Sometimes those things are human; other times, not so much. Her new Hidden series reveals humans with the essence of gods who walk the knife’s edge between Miami and a magical world of passion and danger. Part dragon, angel, or sorcerer, they must fight their own kind, demons, and the lure of their darkest nature.
Jaime is the author of the award-winning Offspring series and writes romantic suspense as Tina Wainscott. Altogether she has published twenty-four novels and five novellas. Contests, sneak peeks and more atwww.jaimerush.com.
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