Tattooing is Taran’s passion, and opening a shop with his four best friends is a dream come true. But when his fated mate walks right in the door on day one, he realizes life is gonna get crazy.
And then a rival tattoo shop opens right across the street. This alpha dragon’s got too much to handle, and if he’s not careful, he’s going to lose his passion, his friends, and his fated omega.
All Nosko wanted was a tattoo to remember his grandmother by. He didn’t think he’d meet the man he’d been waiting his whole life for. Is it the right time, though? His art gallery’s sales are dropping, and he needs to focus.
Just when he thinks he has it all under control, he gets mugged by someone who has a bone to pick with dragon shifters. How can he raise a family if he doesn’t feel safe in his own home?
With a rogue criminal targeting dragons and a flagging business, he needs to get his head on straight. And on top of that, Taran gets him pregnant.
What’s a guy to do?
Alpha Dragon: Taran is the first in a steamy new mpreg romance series centered around alpha dragons who love ink and getting inked. Each couple gets a HEA, but the books are best enjoyed in order. Warning: this book is so hot it’ll scorch your socks off!
Rating: 4 cups of tea
Taran is the first book in the Treasured Ink series and it kicks off with a bang. Taran is one of the owners of Treasured Ink with three of his best friends. He's got everything going for him then bam his mate walks into the tattoo shop. Taran doesn't know if he's ready for a mate, but when Nosko is in danger all bets are off. And to top it all off a new tattoo shop opens up next door like damn seriously.
Nosko knows about fated mates and when he meets Taran he's a bit skeptical but then he's all for it until things start going down in the magical community, where the mythical creatures are being targeted (later we find out it's because there are haters in the world. Yes I've read the entire series.) But that doesn't stop Nosko from wanting to open his own art gallery and started his own family.
I liked Taran, and as noted above I have read all five books Taran is the opening to the world of Treasured Ink and the challenges they face as a family and how they go about saving the mythical world. Each person is an important part of the series and it all goes together, even the mysterious tattoo shop across the street.
Hi, my name is Vanessa. To be honest I never truly know what to say for these things, is it too much or is it too little. Full disclosure here.