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  • Dragons of Mount Aterna

  • Five Peaks Shifters
  • By: Riley Storm
  • Narrated by: Meghan Kelly
  • Length: 25 hrs and 38 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Romance, Fantasy
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Summary

Four dragons in search of the love of a lifetime. But first, they must prove they are worthy.

The small mountain town of Five Peaks has a secret. It’s home to dragons. Mighty beasts that keep the skies and the streets clear of supernatural crime. They live apart, rarely venturing among the humans they are charged to protect. When they do, it’s in search of love…or to chase down a rogue enemy.

This box set contains the first four stories of the Five Peaks dragon clans, and their quest for love unending. A bond that will burn brighter than their strongest fire, and last longer than the oldest tales. To claim their mates, these dragons will have to shed all they have been, and realize who they truly are. 

A Mate to Treasure: Dragon shifter Asher has always thrown money at any problem he has come across. It’s worked fine for him in the past, but when he meets Emma, he realizes there is something more important than his gold....

A Mate to Believe In: His clan has been robbed, and it's up to Pace to find out who did it. To do that, he’s going to need the help of a human sheriff. It should be easy, but every time he looks at her, he loses focus on the case....

A Mate to Protect: Kal Aterna has lost it all. The dragon shifter has been stripped of his prestige and respect, and left to wander alone. Until he finds a woman on the run from a vicious ex. Kal steps in, eager to do what’s right, but is he saving them, or are they saving him?

A Mate to Embrace: Five years ago, Braz let her go, unable to speak up. Now his mate is back to attend the funeral of her ex-husband, and this shifter isn’t letting go. Not again. The timing might be horrible, but he knows he may never have another chance.

©2020 Riley Storm (P)2021 Riley Storm

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  • 01-09-21

Loved this box set.

Grace got on my nerves, but I pushed through because of the story. Had to see what happened.

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  • Carol
  • 12-02-21

Gave Up

I finally stopped the self abuse and gave up half way through the first story. I’ve read book one of many series in which the first book wasn’t very good but always left me feeling like I wanted to pursue the series. In most cases I was happy that I did so. I was hoping that was the case with this one. But I couldn’t make myself go on with listening. Emma was irritating, stupid, and just flat out grating. Ashtor was a very unimpressive dragon, had a lot of brute strength but so what. The story did not come across as being authentic. Maybe if I kept on something would’ve changed in the story. But I was more interested in going on with my life. As far as the narrator was concerned, I had mixed feelings. Some of my prejudice might be because of the story itself and I’m laying the blame on her, but I wasn’t very crazy about her male voices.