Blurb: In an odd Wiccan shop in Salem, Jael pulls an unusual stone from a witch’s wish bag. Little does she know her wildest dreams of becoming a respected photojournalist and enjoying a torrid affair with two gorgeous co-workers are about to come true—in spades.
Jael’s dreamy boss, Roarke offers her the photo assignment of a lifetime – a safari to Mount Kilimanjaro. The African scenery is stunning but even more so is the unexpected arrival of her two office crushes, Roarke and Kypton.
Alone for the first time, things heat up fast. Just as the trio is getting steamy at a beautiful waterfall, fate intervenes. The guys are forced to take dragon form and abduct a terrified Jael. She’s whisked away to their mountain liar on Kilimanjaro.
The cave is really a love nest. Jael becomes the semi-willing captive of two Marduko dragon men. She discovers the truth about their origins and explores the many erotic possibilities two devoted lovers can offer.
The men want to claim her forever and expect a lifetime commitment. Jael’s thoroughly seduced but doesn’t know the guys are withholding a life or death secret that will push her heart to the limits.
Excerpt: Kypton flew at Roarke’s side soaring gracefully on the rising stream of air. A faint iridescent sheen glistened on his steel blue armored scales and crown spikes. He seemed to effortlessly ride the mountain updrafts with barely a beat of his wings, but then Kypton was lighter in build and wasn’t carrying a grown woman in his talons. Roarke couldn’t coast the updrafts the way Kypton did. His wings labored at the edge of their limitations. His gaze focused on the goal. Kilimanjaro at sunset was a stunning and formidable sight. The eastern sky was indigo and the mountain’s glaciers were bathed in peachy pink light. A pale silver of moon rose behind. Roarke hoped he could find the mountain cave his ancestors had once taken shelter in as easily as he and Kypton had found it the night before. He and Kypton had provisioned the cave high on a rocky ridge as a cozy retreat where Jael could be safely exposed to the truth. His instincts guided him higher up the slope. He wanted to be there already and was concerned for Jael. The air was much thinner and cooler here and only the toughest, spikiest Senecias trees flourished at this attitude. He was eager to get to the cave and light a fire to keep her warm. Jael stirred restlessly in Roarke’s talons. Damn. Roarke glanced at Jael as she tensed and began to move. The swoop spell was wearing off. She was waking. Buy Links: http://www.loose-id.com/authors/a-f/amber-skyze-katalina-leon/bag-of-tricks-2-claimed-by-dragons.html Note: you don’t need to read the first book, The Strix to understand Claimed by Dragons
What genres do you write besides Claimed By Dragons? I also write, M/F, M/M, M/F/M mostly contemporary.
Do you write to music? I do. I have my iPod filled with music from Godsmack, Disturbed, Metallica, and Halestorm to name a few.
Where do you write? I write on my couch in the early morning hours. I have a large desk, but prefer the couch.
What are you currently reading? Test Shot by Cari Quinn
You have to jump out of a plane w/ a holey parachute or edit your 100K MS by hand, what. do. you. do? Edit my 100k MS…I’m deathly afraid of heights.
Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers? I’d love to thank them for supporting my writing and buying my books. I love hearing from them and welcome emails.
Cake/Cookies? Peanut Butter Cookies
Heels/Flats? Thigh High Eff Me Boots
From a very young age, Amber Skyze began making up stories–the only child syndrome. Telling tall tales to all her friends she never dreamed of putting words on paper. In fact if anyone asked her if she would write when she grew up, she’d have laughed.
It wasn’t until raising children and reading all those romances that she decided–hey, I can write these. HA! Easier said than done.
When not crafting hot, steamy tales, this New York transplant now resides in Rhode Island with her husband, four children (who force her to work a day job), and three dogs.
She currently writes for Ellora’s Cave, Loose Id and is self-published.