Curse of Iron, the first in the Half-Blood Huntress Chronicles by author team D.D. Miers and Graceley Knox.
Morgan Silk is a hybrid, the daughter of the Fae Storm King and a witch. Her mothers family wants her dead. Morgan wakes up with a dead body in her bed, realizing that it is the Alpha of the local shifter pack.
While trying to figure out who framed her she learns that the Alphas best friend and right hand, Grayson Xenos is tailing her. He is a jaguar shifter and proved so different then she thought. The enemy that is after Morgan has a nasty streak for her and is out to take all that she has, but mainly her life. Can she and Grayson figure out who not only killed his Alpha, but also who is trying to kill Morgan.
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Bane of Dragons, Sera’s Curse book one. Written by Clara Hartley.
Touching someone is something you do every day, only not for me. When I was nine I touched someone and he almost died. My touch gave him pain, excruciating pain. That is my curse and it is something I have to live with. If I touched someone with dragon blood they would feel the pain and everyone here has dagonblood, because I live in a world with dragons.
My curse made my family cursed too and I was shunned away, even my own family hates me. And there is nothing I can do about, except getting their respect, working hard and make sure I’m never being shunned again. So I need to be someone important someone that people will look up to. A vote that would change everything was coming up and I need to do anything to win it. Everything seems to go great and I’m finally happy.
Until I walked into the four hidrae princes, dragon-shifters of the most powerful kind and my touch doesn’t harm them. After so many years not touching someone their touch is intoxicating.
Now I need to choose because being associated with them can ruin all my changes on winning.
Only those princes, they keep drawing me back, I can’t get rid of them and maybe I don’t want to.
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