After a decade of living under the iron rule of a sorcerer, dragon shifter, Duncan Moore finally has his chance for freedom. With his former master dead, all Duncan has to do is steal the very thing that has been holding him captive all these years, his dragon’s eye. The stone holds his magic and his dragon self and without it, he can never go home again.
What should be an easy theft turns complicated when he finds that someone has beat him to the eye and he has no idea where it could be. To add to things he suddenly finds himself teamed up with the dead sorcerers’ son, Trent. For years Duncan has longed for Trent, but had never dared act on his desires. Then one night of passion between the men changes everything and Duncan realises that he could lose something far more valuable than his dragon’s eye, he could lose Trent.
This is book one in this series.
Duncan is the youngest of the ruling family. As the third son, he trys to impress the other dragons. Trent is a young sorcerer, who has watched the pain and struggle that the dragon has been put through all because of his father.
These to characters come from opposite sides of a battle that has gone on for what seems like forever. When Trent makes a decision to help Duncan, he does it out of love. Duncan soon finds out that Trent is his mate. There is love and pain in this story, and betrayal to the norm. I am not sure which character touched me the most. Duncan because he is forced to endure years of degradation, or Trent who is a loveable man who just had the bad luck to be born to a mad sorcerer. They will both find a room in your heart.