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She can barely make an ice cube under normal circumstances. The only way she would be able to blast you like that is if you attacked her or made her fear for her life. She reached up and gingerly patted her head.

A big chunk of hair came off in her hand. She touched her cheeks, feeling the blisters that bubbled there, and groaned in fury. Nobody will have me. You have to take me as your mate now. And I can give you dragonlings! You know I can! Since you attacked her without provocation, the law says that you are responsible for any damage that she inflicted on you. Now get off this cliff.

I will report you to the Dragon Elders. I will— Aieeeee! Cadence let out a startled shriek, and her heart leapt to her throat. She looked down and saw Viola in dragon form, flapping her blackened wings, awkwardly flailing at the air. Viola descended rapidly and finally landed on the ground with a graceless splat. Then she turned human again and began running naked through the fields towards the castle. He was kidding, of course.

She turned her attention back to the mutton, diving into it, pulling at it with her fingers and stuffing it into her mouth. Gradually her hunger abated. When she was done, she looked up at him, embarrassed. Is it working? Apparently, during the week they went to school in town — on the south side of Lyndvale, at a public school where humans, shifters and fire dragons attended.

In the middle lived humans and shifters who did business with the dragons. While Orion was in his office taking care of some mining business, Cadence went out to the courtyard behind the castle and watched Phoebe and half a dozen other dragonlings doing their fire training.

They stood in a semi-circle around bales of hay, with half a dozen adults, and blasted the bales with their flames. Ten-year-olds were more powerful dragons than Cadence. Phoebe turned her bale into a mighty fireball, then waved at Cadence and skipped over to her.

Are you doing any training? Phoebe beamed. Here, blow out some cold air. What word rhymes with witch, anyway? Oh, hi, uncle Orion. For this entire week. I am the Lady Morning-Light, of the Glorious Crimson Flame. The rest of the group followed her, casting resentful looks at Cadence, except for Phoebe and a couple of the younger dragonlings, who waved shyly at her as they trailed after the adults.

Cadence stood up and shook her head. They walked into the castle. They said that you were quite warm, in fact. They climbed into the cavernous back seat and he drove them towards Lyndvale.

She reached over to turn up the air conditioning on her side of the car. He snorted as he reached over and turned up the heat. Can I knit you a sweater? She rolled down the window. Cobblestone streets, brick buildings, and old-fashioned streetlamps gave it a turn-of-the-century air. Stores had big wooden signs hanging out front, with hand-painted lettering. Half a dozen dragons, including my uncle and my father and dragons from other clans, chose to battle over it.

My father was very strong, but after battling several other dragons, he was weakened. Unafraid of anything, even him. Far off in the distance, he saw a massive form, pale against the deepening night-blue of the sky, flapping its wings and heading their way. Ice dragon. Coming for her. It surprised him too. He could just let this dragon take her. She was an ice dragon, and a Chatham; what was she to him? Everything, his treacherous dragon whispered. She is everything. She is ours.

Of course, if he took her back to his castle, it would be a major insult to the Chathams. Like extending the big middle claw at them and shoving it in their face.

This will be like spitting fire in their faces. Unless you can fly? I fail at dragon. His wings sprang from his back and his skin melted away, giving way to scales. His claws curved, biting holes in the asphalt. He flattened out on the ground so she could climb on top of him. She scrambled onto his back and clung to his neck. He relished the sensation of her body pressed against his, her strong arms hugging him.

He flapped his wings and rose into the sky, carefully. She was between his wings, a comforting warm weight, and he was very careful to stay horizontal as he flew.

He headed back towards the city. The other dragon was very close now, and it sent a blast of frost their way. He felt the sudden chill in the air as he beat his wings faster, desperate to get Cadence to the city. To safety. The dragon was close behind him. He rose, wheeled around, and sent a blast of fire at it, scorching the air. The dragon responded with another blast of frost that caught one of his wings, searing it with biting cold.

Instantly his wing stiffened and icicles formed, dripping off the edge. Gritting his teeth against the pain, he struggled to stay aloft. Instead, he flew as fast as he could, with each flap of his left wing sending searing pain through his body. He flooded the wing with a wave of heat from deep inside himself, and the ice melted off and turned to steam, but the damage to his flesh had already been done. The dragon stayed right on his tail, and he flew lower, in case it made him fall.

Cars were beneath them now, honking their horns and scattering in panic to either side of the road. The ice dragon sent another arctic blast his way, and it caught his tail, sending an ache right up his spine. Frost formed on the road and the cars, and several of them skidded out, slamming into each other. Orion cursed to himself.

People feared dragons enough as it was; forcing a battle like this was sheer idiocy. As soon as he got back to the city, he landed in the police station parking lot.

Cadence tumbled off him, and he shifted back into human form and stood there naked, his arm and his butt pulsing with agony. He rubbed his arm, scowling. The ice dragon shot off into the sky, wings flapping madly, and let out one last mighty blast that sent snow swirling down on them.

A police officer stormed up, furious. He slipped on a puddle of ice and barely caught himself by grabbing a light pole. It was blackened and blistered, but he could see the healing starting already.

I can assure you that this will be reported to the Dragon Elders immediately. Orion glanced over at Cadence, who was swaying where she stood and gingerly patting her frazzled hair. Orion leaned in closer to her. As you know, dragons ar e as rich as hell and have endless resources.

You should come home with me. It looks like that would be an open call for the ice dragons to declare war. As he did, one of the dragonlings let out a surprisingly strong blast of flame, burning his arm. He screamed in pain and jerked back.

The door melted into a pool of glowing slag, and Orion and his men rushed through. Cadence frantically pushed the dragonlings to the back of the room, and shielded them with her body.

They squeaked furiously behind her — dragonling attempts at roars, as their fledgling instincts told them to fight the man threatening their mother and their clan. Her heart swelled with protective love for them, and icy scales crackled up her arms and steely blue claws curved from her fingertips. She knew her eyes were a fierce ice blue.

Orion and his men had dragonfire in their eyes. They stormed across the room, stopping when they came face-to-face with Humphrey and his goon. The two doctors stood a couple of paces back, but they held their ground — Orion would have to go through them to get to Cadence and his dragonlings.

And he would. He would have blasted mountains to the ground for them. The room was lined with incubators, and inside them fragile, precious dragon eggs. Humphrey narrowed his eyes, wondering why Orion was hesitating — then he barked a laugh as he understood. But it was doctor Hamill who made the first move.

He barged forward, meaning to shoulder his opponent to the ground. For a human facing down a group of dragons he was brave — or foolhardy. Maybe it was arrogance that made him think he could possibly win. Certainly it was a misjudgment to choose to attack Alcott. His obvious age and his twisted leg said he was an easy target. There was little left but the smell of burning flesh and a mess of swirling ash that settled thickly on the spotless floor.

Then it was dragon on dragon. Humphrey and Orion met in a blur of limbs, their eyes gone dragon, their skin rippling with scales. Where it touched the floor, it crystallized into red-white ice. They backed off and circled each other. Then Orion let out a massive burst of flame that rolled toward Humphrey, a blossoming plume of orange and black.

Humphrey countered with a frigid cloud that flashed into steam as it met the fire. He braced his neck from behind as he twisted his head sharply. There was a sickening crack, and the thug slumped to the ground, his neck broken. Kowalski cowered in the corner. Alcott stood over her, smoke wisping gently from his nostrils as if to remind her that should he wish to, he could vaporize her, leaving her as nothing more than a settling cloud of soot.

Author » Georgette St. Dating a dragon the mati.. Dating A Dragon The Mating Game Book 2 , page Select Voice: Brian uk Emma uk Amy uk Eric us Ivy us Joey us Salli us Justin us Jennifer us Kimberly us Kendra us Russell au Nicole au. Try our free service - convert any of your text to speech! More than 10 english voices! Rage shot through Cadence, and she shoved the woman to one side. Then she directed a glare at Humphrey.

Hamill and I are working together on this. I will get to say whose clutch lives. I will get to say which infertile dragons may finally get to conceive. He already told you that.

You know, there are Elders who want to have grandlings. I can promise them successful hatchings. The security guard hurried over and stood in front of it as the doctors glanced at each other uneasily.

Humphrey grabbed the scroll and shoved it at Cadence. The thud sounded louder. She glanced at the door; it was starting to glow.

Humphrey let out a scream of rage. Her mouth was frozen open in a silent scream, and she slowly tipped over and shattered on the hard floor. As she fell, Cadence took advantage of the distraction to hurl herself between Humphrey and her nest. As he did, one of the dragonlings let out a surprisingly strong blast of flame, burning his arm.

He screamed in pain and jerked back. The door melted into a pool of glowing slag, and Orion and his men rushed through. Cadence frantically pushed the dragonlings to the back of the room, and shielded them with her body. They squeaked furiously behind her — dragonling attempts at roars, as their fledgling instincts told them to fight the man threatening their mother and their clan.

Her heart swelled with protective love for them, and icy scales crackled up her arms and steely blue claws curved from her fingertips. She knew her eyes were a fierce ice blue. Orion and his men had dragonfire in their eyes. They stormed across the room, stopping when they came face-to-face with Humphrey and his goon. The two doctors stood a couple of paces back, but they held their ground — Orion would have to go through them to get to Cadence and his dragonlings.

And he would. He would have blasted mountains to the ground for them. The room was lined with incubators, and inside them fragile, precious dragon eggs. Humphrey narrowed his eyes, wondering why Orion was hesitating — then he barked a laugh as he understood. But it was doctor Hamill who made the first move.

He barged forward, meaning to shoulder his opponent to the ground. For a human facing down a group of dragons he was brave — or foolhardy. Maybe it was arrogance that made him think he could possibly win. Certainly it was a misjudgment to choose to attack Alcott. His obvious age and his twisted leg said he was an easy target.

There was little left but the smell of burning flesh and a mess of swirling ash that settled thickly on the spotless floor. Then it was dragon on dragon. Humphrey and Orion met in a blur of limbs, their eyes gone dragon, their skin rippling with scales.

Where it touched the floor, it crystallized into red-white ice. They backed off and circled each other. Then Orion let out a massive burst of flame that rolled toward Humphrey, a blossoming plume of orange and black. Humphrey countered with a frigid cloud that flashed into steam as it met the fire.

He braced his neck from behind as he twisted his head sharply. There was a sickening crack, and the thug slumped to the ground, his neck broken. Kowalski cowered in the corner. Alcott stood over her, smoke wisping gently from his nostrils as if to remind her that should he wish to, he could vaporize her, leaving her as nothing more than a settling cloud of soot.

Her face was a ghastly parchment color and she looked as if she might vomit. Not just a monstrous excuse for a mother, but a coward as well, his expression said. And when his eyes briefly flickered to Cadence, crackling with frost and fury as she guarded her dragonlings, his eyes briefly softened with approval. Her attention was snatched back to Orion as he seized Humphrey bodily and slammed him to the floor. He held up his hands as though trying to shield himself from the inferno he knew was coming.

Orion flamed him, the center of his fire as blue-white as a welding torch, as intense as his rage. Waves of orange and red washed over the defeated ice dragon, and his scream was, mercifully, brief.

Cadence briefly closed her eyes, and allowed her claws to retract and her scales to melt back into her skin. She turned to the nest, reaching down to soothe her brand new dragonlings. How did you get away from the guards? The dragon snuggled up against her and made a purring sound as Cadence stroked its soft scales. Orion had his arm protectively slung around her; she was still shaking.

Kowalski rushed up to them. I can ensure that your hatchlings survive every time. Kowalski staggered back. The law was written in such an unclear fashion that Orion was not only able to argue that all the hatchlings should remain with his clan, but was able to get the law overturned. However, it helped steer their research. The fire and ice dragons continued to fight, but with much less venom then they had in the past. Orion and Cadence made their bedroom into a giant nursery, with four cribs.

No nannies for them; they were strictly hands on. In a visit to the Garrison nursery, Daisy and Ryker got a quick education in the raising of a dragonling. Estelle flapped her tiny wings and rose a foot off the ground before landing on the soft carpeting with a thud. She let out a dismayed squeak and looked around in confusion. Orion knelt down beside her and stroked her head. She shifted back into human baby form and reached for him, and he scooped her up in his arms.

They can fly already? Oh, and marking the furniture. How else are they going to learn? Daisy strangled on a snort of laughter. Fire and ice dragonlings Katherine and Lucas both flapped their wings, made it a foot into the air, and then rammed into each other.

They fell onto the carpet and sat there indignantly icing and flaming at each other with tiny puffs of snowflakes and flame. At the same time, Jasper managed to set the tapestry on fire, and Cynthia jumped to her feet and began beating out the flames with her hands. THE END Georgette St. Clair, Dating A Dragon The Mating Game Book 2 Thank you for reading books on LiTube.

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