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Dragon’s Rogue
Wild Dragons
Book One


Anastasia Wilde

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Date of Publication: April 29, 2018

ISBN: 978-1717480088
ASIN: B07CND297P

Word Count: 83,000

Cover Artist: Melody Simmons

Tagline: He’s loved her in his dreams for a hundred years. Now he’s finally found her, and he’ll do anything to make her is own…

Book Description:

The evil Dragon Lord Vyrkos is about to rise from captivity in a devastating volcanic eruption. Only the Greystone brothers can stop him—and only if they find the three women who hold the keys to sealing Vyrkos’ tomb forever.

Blaze McKenna is a witch hiding out from her former coven. After stealing their most powerful artifact to keep them from destroying themselves, she’s been preparing for the day when the coven leader will hunt her down and try to take it back.

A battle that only one of them will walk away from.

So when smoking hot dragon shifter Zane Greystone offers to help her fight the coven in return for her handing over one of the Seals to Vyrkos’ tomb, it sounds like the perfect plan—except for two problems.

She doesn’t know where the Seal is.

And the dragon doesn’t just want her help—he wants her heart, body and soul.

Dragon’s Rogue is the first book in Anastasia Wilde’s epic new trilogy, Wild Dragons. Each book features one couple, hot steamy dragon love, HEA, no cliffhangers!

Rated steamy – contains explicit sex but not erotica


About the Author:

Anastasia Wilde lives in the deep forests of the Pacific Northwest, where sexy shifters may or may not be found hiding among the tall, ancient trees. She loves to write paranormal romances about wild, passionate shifter men and the strong women who are destined to win their hearts. Broken, complicated, devoted, protective—love heals their wounds and smooths their rough edges (but not too much!). When not writing, Anastasia enjoys traveling, nomming on any food involving bacon or melty cheese (ideally both), adding to her magical crystal collection, or relaxing with a glass of wine, watching the sun set behind the mountains.




Twitter: @AnaWildeAuthor

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14 comments:

Daniel M said...

looks like a fun one

bn100 said...

interesting

Becky Richardson said...

Beautiful cover. I enjoyed the synopsis.

Becky Richardson said...

What writers have inspired you?

Becky Richardson said...

Do you prefer e-books or print books?

Becky Richardson said...

When did you realize you wanted to be a writer?

Becky Richardson said...

Congrats on your book. It sounds wonderful.

Becky Richardson said...

How does it usually take you to write a book?

Becky Richardson said...

Sorry meant how long does it usually take you to write a book?

Becky Richardson said...

Do you aim for a set amount of words/pages per day?

Becky Richardson said...

What is the hardest part about writing?

Becky Richardson said...

What book(s) are you currently reading?

Becky Richardson said...

Love the cover. How did it come about?

Becky Richardson said...

What do you think of "trailers" for books?