Dragos, Pia, and Liam (aka Peanut) plan to move out of
the city and are in the middle of renovations. Not one
to supervise only, Dragos must be in the middle of the
work. An explosion traps him and when he emerges ... he is
no longer Dragos, the man she loves but a dragon with no
memory of his human life. It is up to PIA TO SAVE THE DAY.
After the accident and after Dragos actually turns on her,
Pia must take control. She also knows that going to this
dragon she will have to take a chance. He doesn't remember
her, their love, or their son. Can she heal him? Is it
possible to get her Dragos back?
PIA SAVES THE DAY gives fans of the Elder Races by
Thea Harrison a taste of our favorite family. I love the
strength that Pia must show to regain her mate and the life
they have shared. Reading the struggle that Dragos goes
through as bits and pieces of his memory come back had me
wondering what it would feel like to have no memory of
your life. It is a really intriguing storyline.
My complaint with this book is it is a really short story.
Anyone who is not a follower of Ms. Harrison's Elder
Races series might not want to start with this one, but
go back to "Dragon Bound" where this couple begins.
In the latest story of the Elder Races, two mates face
deadliest challenge yetâ€”each otherâ€¦
Pia and Dragosâ€™s magical young son Liam (the Peanut), is
growing at an unprecedented rate, and if that isnâ€™t enough,
he is also exhibiting new, and unpredictable, magical
To protect him, the concerned parents decide to move to
upstate New York.
Both Dragos and Pia relish the idea of leaving behind the
city. They finally have the space to indulge their Wyr
and Liam can grow in safety. Itâ€™s a breath of fresh
airâ€”literallyâ€”but their idyllic situation is shattered when
Dragos is injured in a freak accident.
Stripped of his memory and bereft of Piaâ€™s taming
thereâ€™s nothing holding back Dragosâ€™s darkest side. And in
order to restore her family and save her mate, Pia must
confront the most powerful menace in Elder Races history.