Dragon Down Under: Two Plus One Angela Castle
Publisher: Whiskey Creek Torrid Books
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (21 pgs)
Other: M/F/M, Ménage
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Peppermint
Dar and Jax are two Dragon Shifters, exiled from the Dragon Realm for Jax’s misbehavior with the king’s daughter. They’re forced to make a home deep in the Australian desert and far away from humans.
Their fortunes change when they find a curvy woman, near death, on their doorstep. The moment the brothers touch her, their inner dragons roar to life. She is a true mate, not just to one of them, but both.
They must share her!
Dar and Jax move quickly to heal their new treasure, claiming her for their own. Then they seek revenge on her ex-fiancée, who tried to kill their woman by leaving her to die in the desert.
Who knew that being left for dead in the desert would be the best thing that ever happen to Sky? Had her trashy ex-fiancé not left her to die, she would have never discovered her two dragons Dar and Jax.
While Dar and Jax are bothers it is quickly clear that they are compete opposites. Jax seems to enjoy himself in everything he does and his reckless amusement has led him and his brother into more than a few problems. Dar is the voice of reason that Jax needs so desperately, yet Dar also needs Jax’s antics to remind him what fun is really like. Since these brothers personalities are almost dependent on one another it is only logical that they both claim the same female who can truly complete them.
Sky isn’t new to relationships, but Dar and Jax certainly do offer her something she has never had before. The relationship development is explosive between these characters. The attraction is immediate, and I knew that things would only go up from there. The author even gave them a deeper connection than just a physical relationship. I think it was only proper that the once mistreated Sky find not one but two big strapping, sexy dragon’s to care for her. There is really nothing bad I can say about this story, it was a fun quick read that I would see myself reading again in the future.