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Publisher's Summary

From New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Thea Harrison....

This book contains Dragos Goes to Washington, Pia Does Hollywood, and "Liam Takes Manhattan" (two novellas and a short story in the Elder Races series, previously published separately). All three stories focus on the Cuelebres, the First Family of the Wyr.

Dragos Goes to Washington

Dragos Cuelebre, Lord of the Wyr, needs to throw a party without maiming anyone.

That isn't exactly as easy as it might sound. After the destructive events of the last 18 months, the Elder Races are heading to Washington D.C. to foster peace with humankind. Not known for his diplomacy skills, Dragos must rely on his mate Pia to help navigate a battlefield of words and polite smiles rather than claws. With Dragos's mating instinct riding close to the surface, his temper is more volatile than ever and the threat of violence hovers in the air.

Pia Does Hollywood

After making a diplomatic pact with humankind and the other leaders of the Elder Races, Pia Cuelebre, mate to Dragos Cuelebre, Lord of the Wyr, reluctantly heads to Hollywood to spend a week with the Light Fae Queen, Tatiana, before the busy Masque season hits New York in December. Dragos has never let the lack of an invitation stop him from doing anything he wanted. Unwilling to let his mate make the trip without him, he travels to southern California in secret to be with her. But when an ancient enemy launches a shattering assault against the Light Fae, Dragos and Pia must intercede. The destruction threatens to spread and strike a mortal blow against all of the magically gifted, both human and Elder Race alike.

"Liam Takes Manhattan"

Reeling from a deep loss, the magical prince of the Wyr, Dragos and Pia's son Liam Cuelebre, turns inward and withdrawn as he struggles to come to terms with who he is, along with the challenges that lie before him.

©2017 Teddy Harrison LLC (P)2017 Teddy Harrison LLC

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This was fun I like these short little novels.

Anotger great read I really like the elder races stories. always something new and exciting

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The Best Series Ever

I loved the Elder Races entire Series. It’s a must listen!!! Thea rocks and I can’t wait to listen to more of her stuff!

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  • Tanisha
  • CT, United States
  • 12-27-17

Where's the Respect?

The first 2 stories were great. Mostly involved Pia and Dragos and his loss of memory but the last story Liam Takes Manhattan. He has grown into a disrespectful brat. He a teenager who wants to spread his wings but he shows no kind of outward appreciation for his parents until he stomps his feet and holds his breath to get his way. I would've slapped him if he told me he applied to college without my permission and had the nerve to walk out on me and said he was done talking. Oh hell no! That is something you say when you're 25, live on your own and have a job not when you are technically 9 months old and don't have a thing to your name. Pia's constant babying makes it even worse. Because he's physically growing so fast she's trying to be the best girl and a friend he will still cuddle with instead of his mom and we all know how relationships like that turnout. Dragos does better but he's an alpha who wants to please his wife so he goes along. A lot more parental respect would've made this better.

All the books connect to one another so it does make a difference if you don't read them in order for you to fully understand the story but I would have skipped this short story but I suspect the lady at the pound is going to play a large role in the next year of young Liam's life.

All-in-all this was good but the last story really pissed me off.

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