❮Reading❯ ➻ Dragon Star (Shifter Football League, #1) ➳ Author Aurora Reid – Buyprobolan50.co.uk After the fans turn on their star dragon uarterback Nico’s ready to live his life in isolation An injury and stagnant healing powers send him in a downward spiral leaving him determined to count his After the fans turn on their star dragon uarterback Nico’s ready to live his life in isolation An injury and stagnant healing powers send him in a downward spiral leaving him determined to count his gold hoard for the rest of his days Then Cass a brilliant shifter therapist offers to help His dragon soars but she’s claimed by another Jae his teammate and one of the only twelve dragons alive Nico’s ready to fight for Cass He’s just going to have to get through her training first It’s going to be tough As tough as ignoring what his dragon’s telling him—Cass is his fated mate She lives her life in a golden cage Cass is one of the top doctors when it comes to shifter therapy but she’s resigned to being a personal assistant for Jae May a cruel and possessive dragon When she finally meets Nico he’s half naked on a massage table The elusive uarterback of the LA Outlaws seems to be hitting on her He’s got lines of fans after every game who want to see his treasure room and she’s guessing the dragon in his pants too Cass thinks she’s going crazy from being cooped up too long until he offers her a chance to escape But Nico’s distrust of others and obsession with gold are getting in the way So is the other dragon that she’s spurned who will do anything—or destroy anything—to get her back Will their love burn forever Find out in Dragon Star a Shifter Football League Novel filled with fiery passion and action Jax's Mate is included as a bonus book.
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