Thursday, June 19, 2014




The fingers twisted tighter and her
words were thick with emotion. “No!” she said firmly. “I am not leaving you!”
         Draven untangled her grip, splaying her
palm over his hearts. “You never will.”

Independent and feisty Terra Heegan is on the verge of
sacrificing everything to save her family’s struggling trucking company. But,
she wants one last hoorah before settling into a loveless marriage. With her
sister, Lanni, Terra takes a trip into the Mountains of Wyoming to explore one
of the few places left on Earth where adrenaline and wit are the only things
that can keep her out of trouble…

Dragon King, Draven Taraxus, never wanted the crown. Born to a dying breed of
Rulers, Draven has sat on the throne for the last 100 years, thanks to his
father's impeachment. Boredom and stagnation have left his kingdom, and his
heart, ripe for the picking by a power hungry evil that has spent the same
amount of time plotting and scheming to take over.

Everything is in place. The pieces have all been set and all Evil needs is one
last ingredient to rule everything. The love of a human with fire-red hair and
silvery eyes that will…Light The Dragon’s Fire


Sneak Peek

“Tell me more about this Nolan,” he
whispered over his shoulder. “Now!” Terra murmured something he couldn’t make
out and he added, “Quickly, it might be our only chance.”
“Fine,” she grumbled. “He’s tall, like
you, but afraid to get his hands dirty, unlike you.”
That was a start, but his
possessive nature needed more. “No! How do you really feel about him?”
She sighed and there was a roll of
her eyes in the next words. “He’s a nice guy, ok? A decent sort. But he’s going
to expect me to stay home, take care of any children we have and not run the
company like I’ve been doing for the last five years…”
The mere thought she might have the
child of another man was more than enough to send his emotions spiraling out of
control. The once green flames morphed into a bright red and he used that,
firing off ball after ball at the vines as they descended. Every hit was true
and they shrieked in pain, recoiling back the way they’d come. Sadly, they were
only replaced by new ones and before long, thick smoke from their burning
tendrils hung in the air, hiding the upper edge of the pit from his sight.
It hadn’t been much of a plan, but
maybe the smoke could aid them as well. When he could no longer see Golix and
his minions, he spun, gripping Terra’s forearms.
“Do you trust me?”
Indecision twisted across her
features. “Maybe?”
He tightened his grip. In order for
this to work, there had to be no doubt on her part. “Do you trust me!?”
A muscle in her jaw ticked. “Yes!
Fine! Whatever! I trust you!



About Margaret Taylor

Margaret Taylor currently lives in San Antonio, TX and is scratching post for her five cats. She is an avid writer, a novice photographer and enjoys all things paranormal and science fiction! Just ask her, she'll tell you!

Her list of books include:

Wolf's Paradox - Book 1 of The Layren Series (Paranormal Romance)

A First Love Never Dies - Book 1 of The Spi-Corp Series (Sci-Fi Romance)

Saving His Love - Book 2 of The Spi-Corp Series (Sci-Fi Romance)

The Seer - Book 1 of The Shadowcon Series (Paranormal/Urban Fantasy Romance)

All In The Name Of Love (Contemporary Romantic Suspense)

Love's Prophecy (Paranormal Romance)

I Saw Momma Shoot Santa Claus (Paranormal Holiday Romance)

To Light The Dragon's Fire - Book 1 of the Dragons, Griffons and Centaurs, Oh My! Series

With a little something for everyone, if you visit her blog and ask nicely, she might be persuaded to post some tasty excerpts for many of her other projects! *Bring Cookies as payment please!*

Feel free to connect with her below, she loves hearing from her fans!


                                                                                                     My Review- Welcome to a new deminsion where dragons rule and two twin sisters wonder into this magical place or is it fate- Yes this is only book 1 and it does end in a cliffhanger but its a fun book with wonderful characters. A book of romance and love and fitting evil. Its a great book and an enjoyable read - but Please -we need the next book now!

Review- Sanctuary