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With the fate of the world at stake, their love never stood a chance.

All those years gone by without even an explanation for why he left.

Rachel poured her broken heart into her work, but the memory of him never really went away.

If only she could see him again. It's been so long though now, there is no reason he could give to justify the pain he put her through.

Vance kissed her for the first time knowing it would come to this.

There was no stopping it though. He couldn't resist.

Now the eternal fight between two ancient Dragon lines has brought him back to city he lived his best years in - his years with her.

If only there was a way to show her how much hurting weighed on him even with the fate of the world on his shoulders.

©2016 Eve R. Galdes (P)2016 Eve R. Galdes

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I loved "The Dragon's Kiss" audiobook because of its uniquely articulate style and the vivid portrayal of romance and emotion. The performance of Jack Lionheart and Phoenix T. Clark certainly enhances it.

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  • 01-14-17

Quiet time, blanket and something "HOT" to drink

This really hit the spot, especially if you want to escape and relax into a sexy romantic fantasy. Narration is fitting and puts you in the situation of each character. I felt engaged. I rather enjoyed this title and would like to hear more.