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Carol Juan is trying to get her grandmother into the modern age. A successful businesswoman in her own right, Carol is gnashing her teeth trying to get her grandmother's family owned and operated restaurant from losing more customers due to its lack of modern conveniences. When a naked man runs into her outside of the restaurant in the alley, Carol is reluctantly attracted to the man but still a bit scared of him as well. Especially since he is accusing her of summoning him to her side. Confused as to what he means and not really understanding why he has singled her out, Carol is even more astonished to find out that dragons are not myths but living and breathing creatures and in fact, she knows several.
Seth continues to believe that Carol summoned him to her and if that isn't bad enough, he can smell that she is the woman for him. It will take a lot of convincing to make this independent woman bind herself to him but Seth knows that their attraction will make all the difference in the world. With his appearance, Carol's true calling comes to light and that is where their loyalty to each other will be tested.
Seth was insatiably sexy. Manly to the core of his being, he was aware of Carol and everything about her. His trust in her was hesitant at first; okay, actually it was nil. He didn't trust her and he didn't understand her. As time went on, however, Seth began to see the woman underneath Carol's persona and fall in love with her.
Carol's character went through a type of metamorphosis. Everything that she thought was real and true was not and her belief system had to take a one hundred degree turn from the normal and sedate to myths and shape shifting dragons. Fascinated by Seth but wary of him at the same time, Carol was cautious at best and Seth forced her to see and listen and open her mind to mystical things. Their relationship is intense and sensual and each has to learn how to deal with the other. Overcoming obstacles is what they did best; other than love each other. Above all THE DRAGON MASTER is about love.
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