Here be dragons! Another product of the esteemed Luna division of Harlequin books. If you like Michele Hauf's work and enjoyed Seraphim, then you'll like this. I confess Hauf is my least favorite of the LUNA authors, but it's still good.
Invaded by a cavalcade of vicious dragons, the villagers of St. Renan are snatched up when they venture beyond the walls.
Yet Rhiana Tassot -- who senses the dragons from a distance, who determines their attack scent from a mating scent, who is blessed with the instincts of a dragon, who dares stand before the fiery beasts without flinching -- cannot use her skills to defend her home. For the lord of St. Renan forbids her to track the beasts -- not in fear for her safety, but by some twisted desire to protect the dragons.
So conflict rages within and without the village and a long-held secret begins to stir beneath their very feet. Rhiana's knowledge of dragons is no accident -- and others begin to suspect why . . .