Please welcome Jaime Samms with
Sunshine In The Dragon's Heart
It seems like having a dragon for a significant other might pose some problems for most. They’re big, they stand out, probably, they smell funny. Not to mention the sharp teeth and many claws and perhaps various other pointy bits. And the gigantic wings. Or multiple legs. Or no legs at all.
The dragons from across the Fold I write about in Sunshine in the Dragon’s Heart are no exception. Thank goodness they can take on a human form, but still. They are bound to be conspicuous. Especially if they sport neon vibrant scales and feathers. Even when they shift to human form, they are not exactly demure and unremarkable. Their hair will be some colour of the rainbow, you can be assured, and they tend to have eyes that sparkle like diamonds of all shades and skin too perfect to be real. Then there is the fact that they tend toward Very Tall.
Also, they shed. Not hair, but scales, for sure, and feathers.
But they aren’t all bad. They do have some very interesting and appealing features.
So here are my top five reasons a dragon from across the Fold would make an excellent partner.
4) BUT! Since they molt every time they turn from dragon to human, you’ll always have a supply of down and feathers to keep you warm even if they can’t breathe fire.
3) They are very family oriented, so raising young together—dragon or human—is right up their alley and how cool would it be for your kid on career day to bring their dragon mom or dad to class?
2) Plus, they are so fierce they make an intimidating side kick when you need one, no matter what form they happen to be in.
1) And finally, a dragon from across the Fold as your partner means life will never be dull, since they tend to attract other magical beings of all kinds. Never know what you’ll find in your back garden in the morning!
About the book:
When Sunny retires to the northern Ontario wilderness to mourn his parents’ deaths, he’s hoping the change of scenery will afford him some peace and quiet.
His hopes are soon spectacularly dashed.
In self-imposed exile, dragon Emile runs across the Fold between his dimension and Sunny’s—and right into Sunny’s arms. Centuries out of touch with human culture, bright, beautiful Emile incinerates any hope Sunny had for an ordinary existence. With dryads and water sprites coming to life all around them, Sunny can’t deny the magic Emile brings to his life—or his heart. But that same magic leads the unrelenting dragon who would keep Emile captive right to them. To save his love, Sunny will have to reach deep and find some magic of his own.
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About the author:
Jaime has been published since the fall of 2008. Her Stories about men falling in love are the stories that she loves to read, so they are also the stories she loves to write.
Spare time, when it can be found rolled into a ball at the back of the dryer or cavorting with the dust bunnies in the corners, is spent crocheting, drawing, gardening (weather permitting, of course, since she is Canadian!), or watching movies. She has a day job which she loves, and two kids, and thankfully, wonderful husband who shoulders more than his fair share.
She graduated some time ago from college with a fine arts diploma, and a major in textile arts, which basically qualifies her to draw pictures and create things with string and fabric. One always needs an official slip of paper to fall back on after all . . .
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