Belador Cosaint (Belador #9)

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New York Times Bestseller Dianna Love's latest urban fantasy is a high-action roller coaster ride in the deadly preternatural world of the Beladors and their dragon king.

Belador Maistir Vladimir Quinn and his team are hunting preternatural predators targeting innocent humans in Atlanta. A powerful entity behind the brutal attacks is determined to force their dragon king out into the open by threatening Belador families and exposing the preternatural world to humans. When Quinn’s daughter is kidnapped, he has no idea where to look. He could use the help of fiery Reese O’ Rinn and her remote viewing ability, but he has even less chance of locating Reese, who vanished into thin air the last time they met. When the VIPER coalition refuses to aid the Beladors, their dragon king invokes the ancient rule of cosaint to protect his people, but will that backfire on Quinn, the dragon and the Beladors?

“When it comes to urban fantasy stories, Dianna Love is a master.” ~~A. Richards, Always Reviewing

Book Info

  • Original Title:Belador Cosaint (Belador #9)
  • Author:
  • Rating:9.24 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • ASIN:B073M8FF3J
  • Publisher:Published September 28th 2017 by Silver Hawk Press LLC

Content

Chapter 1


Quinn moved with stealth toward a rusty railroad trestle ten feet high, which spanned a narrow creek feeding straight into the Chattahoochee River on Atlanta’s west side. The trickle of water barely qualified it as a creek.

He held up a hand for Devon, the Belador warrior following him, to wait a moment. His other teammates, Evalle and Tristan, were approaching along the river from the other side of the railway. He had to give credit to the murdering trolls.

They’d chosen well for a hideout.

They’d have remained hidden, too, if they hadn’t started killing adults and kidnapping children.

Giving Devon a hand signal, Quinn continued on, preparing to insert his team and rescue kidnapped human teenagers from dangerous preternaturals.

It would be simpler if Quinn and his people didn’t have to hide whatever happened from humans in the area.

Rush hour traffic had ...

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