Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Tuesday Guest Post: Amber Kallyn

Dragons and Alpha Males

The history of dragons is a long and complicated one. The more we learn about science, the more people argue -- well, they could have been real, physiologically. But there’s no proof. We live in a world where proof seems to count for everything lately.

And yet, there’s people like us. Those who read for pleasure and perhaps a bit of escapism. Do dragons exist?

They certainly do for me.

I read about them all the time, falling in love and finding their destined mate. Whether it’s the hero, the heroine, or both who is the shapeshifter, they are still two headstrong people fighting against the flow, avoiding love and commitment until they find each other.

Then Bam!

There is love. Companionship. A relationship and eventually a family.

So what makes dragons so fascinating? I think it’s the fact that every culture, worldwide, has some myth revolving around these creatures. Most times, the dragon is essentially a protector, whether of the earth or their personal treasure.

And who better to watch love blossom than an alpha male and a kick-ass woman, both of whom believe they are the protectors of life, love and happiness?

You tell me, what’s your take on it?

Line: What happens when a dragon falls in love with a fireman? Someone's bound to get... Burned.
When Calla, a dragon shifter, heads to a sleepy mountain town to investigate their recent arson outbreak, she doesn't expect to come face to face with the dark dragon who killed her mother, or find her destined mate beneath the burning rays of the moon.
Firefighter Scott O'Neil can't fight his attraction to her, even after he finds out what she is, and the shocking secret of his own past.

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L. K. Below/Lindsay Below said...

Sounds fascinating. Thanks for sharing.

PamelaTurner said...

You're welcome. And thank you to Amber Kallyn for posting here today. :-)