Children were being murdered and Rene, otherwise known as Pit, along with his men were out to find out who was behind the copycat murders of a long time serial killer known as the Alphabet Killer. While questioning a victim's mother, Rene discovered his sentience, his mate. Now all he had to do was figure out how to tell the man he was not exactly human, and he better do it fast because his dragon heat was already kicking in.
Bren was the local town veterinarian. He figured something was off about SI Rene Telkin. If not from the leather jacket with a large D.O.A. patch on the back, then maybe because he drove a navy Blue Harley Davidson CVO Street glider instead of a tan sedan.
Bren was not the type to get mixed up with a biker club, even if the man was a cop. However, something kept drawing him to the sexy man and it seemed that nothing would break the bond they were forming. Not even when he discovered the secret all D.O.A. agents held. A large dragon for a partner.
Now Rene needs to do his best to claim his mate and also track down a serial killer, because on the last body was a note threatening the good doctor of Poconos Boulevard.
Dragon Hearts, D.O.A. by Cree Storm introduced us to a new world of dragon souls and their sentients. The Dragons of Anarchy, formed hundreds of years ago were not shifters, per say. They shared their bodies with their maharishis~ their dragon counterparts. Their focus~ keep mankind safe of the evils of the world.
In order to accomplish this talks the DOA formed a motorcycle club, while working for the federal government- the agents each had a special talent, used in all of their investigations.
Rene, the leader of DOA met his human mate, Bren a veterinarian. Although the men started off rocky, their relationship progressed at an even pace which set a well-defined tempo to the story. I enjoyed the new world Ms. Storm created, albeit a bit confusing with the many players introduced in book one. The men and all their nicknames were difficult to keep straight.
The dynamics between Rene, Bren, and the dragon soul (Azul) was interesting, but written in a way as to not be distracting nor confusing.
A few grammatical errors, but nothing to distract from the story. Overall a nice start to a new series and I look forward to book 2.
Sexy & Sizzling
A four handcuff review
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