Winter is my favorite season. Strange, maybe, but not so surprising given that four months out of every year I live in a place covered in ice and snow. You’ll never hear me complain, though. I love outdoor skating and ski slopes, snowshoe trails and pond hockey rivalries, long walks on snow covered streets too. The more snow we get, the happier I am. I guess it isn’t any wonder I spend as much time skiing each winter as I can. So in celebration of my newest release, Fury of Obsession (Dragonfury Series, book 5), I devised several ways to better my skiing experience. Keeping reading to find out what made the list this year.
5 Reasons to Take a Dragon-shifter Downhill Skiing:
- Forget hiring a helicopter to reach the mountain top. Ask a dragon to fly you there instead. He’ll get you to the summit in seconds, leaving you plenty of cash for après-ski cocktails in the lodge when you reach the bottom.
- Extra tasty hot chocolate, heated in an instant by the fire-breathing dragon at your side.
- Avoid perilous trails full of hidden dangerous—and collisions with pesky trees—with him flying in your wake, acting as your spotter.
- Less than optimal conditions? Invite a frost dragon along. He’ll whip up a snow squall in seconds to ensure you have fresh powder all day long.
- He’s better than a whole box of HotShots hand warmers. One exhale and your damp, chilly mittens will dry in seconds.
So there you have it. My top 5 reasons to share the slopes with a dragon-shifter this winter. For more about me and my books, visit me on Facebook, connect with me on Twitter or Email me. Anytime. I love hearing from you.
Dragon-warrior Venom lives in self-imposed isolation. Cursed by his toxic touch, he is deadly to anyone who has contact with him for too long. Set apart from others and hounded by intense loneliness, he craves the lasting connection he believes he cannot possess. Until a chance encounter with a sultry mortal offers a ray of hope…
Evelyn Foxe is the woman of Venom’s every desire, but she’s too busy running from the Russian mob to think about love. As she accepts Venom’s offer to help her escape her precarious situation, she’s skeptical, afraid that he’s in league with those sent to harm her. But when a biological weapon is unleashed in her hometown, Evelyn is forced to trust Venom—or risk the dangers of going it alone.
Will they survive the firestorm that rages around them? And can they pull from the ashes a love that will defy all the odds and last through the ages?
Fury of Fate (a Dragonfury Short Story)
Coreene Callahan, author of the Dragonfury Novels and the Circle of Seven series, is a rabid hockey fan with a love of the great outdoors. More comfortable on a ski slope than in a shopping mall, she spends her days dreaming up and writing high-octane, action-packed paranormal romances. Visit her on the web at www.CoreeneCallahan.com