Everyone can see that Sergeant Bailey
Stevenson and Captain David Wellmine are deeply attracted to
one another. But Bailey, having been badly injured in Iraq,
doesn’t see himself as particularly desirable and David has
been living in his father’s shadow for so long he’s scared
to come out and lose what little affection the man has for
him. Good thing for Bailey and David they’ve got some
meddling friends, one of whom is an elf. Irish magic is
particularly strong on St. Patrick’s Day, and a spell lowers
David and Bailey’s inhibitions, allowing them to finally
connect. But when the spell ends, will David have the
courage to stand up to his father so he can claim the life
he could have with Bailey?
Fighting Dragons is one
of those stories that is just simply beautiful to read. Its
cast of characters quickly endeared themselves to me and the
romance between David and Bailey warmed my heart even as the
love scenes turned up the heat. What charmed me about
Fighting Dragons is how quickly the characters,
from David and Bailey to their friends, became real to me.
I was so disappointed when I finished Fighting Dragons
because I wanted more, not because the story was incomplete
but because I hated to leave Bailey and David behind.
Fighting Dragons is the
third story in T.A. Chase’s Dragons series, but readers new
to the series, like myself, will be able to follow along.
Still, with the heroes of the previous two books – Kael,
Hugh, Mordred, and George – playing such prominent roles in
Fighting Dragons, I’m sure new readers will
also be racing to read Here Be Dragons and
Dreaming of Dragons, just like I am.
I absolutely loved Fighting
Dragons and I cannot wait to read the first two
books in the series while I cross my fingers in the hope
that T. A. Chase has more Dragons stories planned.