Why the Welsh love their Dragon
King Ludd ruled Celtic Britain, but a dragon plagued the land. The King ordered a huge pit dug in the center of his land. He filled the pit with mead and covered it with a cloth. The dragon drank the mead and fell asleep – aka passed out. The King captured the dragon and imprisoned it beneath Dinas Emrys, Gwynned in Wales.
Later, the Legend grew into the tale of Lord Vortigon wanting to build a hill fort at Dinas Emrys. Every day, men worked hard to erect the towers. Every morning, when they returned, the towers had tumbled to the ground. His advisors told him sacrifice a boy to appease the evil in the land. His advisors brought him a young Merlin.
The future magician informed him that a red and a white Dragon were imprisoned in a pool beneath the foundations. Each night they fought and their battle shook the land, bringing the tower down. Merlin asserted the white dragon represented the Saxons trying to invade the land. The red was the spirit of Wales. He promised the red dragon would be victorious. He was right. The Saxons never invaded Wales.
Archeologists have found the base of a ruined tower at Dinas Emrys, and the possible remains of a platform overlooking a pool.
Merlin went on to raise King Arthur, and the Once-and-Future King used the Red Dragon of Wales on his standard. The Welsh have used it ever since.
Of course not all Dragons are drunkards, although Flynn Hemsworth might have drunk himself stupid a time or two. Who?
Flynn’s the hero of my latest paranormal romance novel, Dominated by the Dragon. He started out as a 1960s’ super soldier, always that bit bigger, stronger or faster. Then the military bonded a dragon demon in his soul. He escaped army confinement—a vivisection lab—and ran.
Now, almost sixty years later, a new generation of military scientist, all raised on a diet of superheros, want to vivisect him again.
A former super soldier turned dragon demon must choose between his soul mate and saving the world from a nuclear winter.
The British army’s nuclear testing bonded a dragon into Flynn Hemsworth’s soul. Military scientists vivisected and tortured him until he escaped two years
later. Although he’s never aged, he’s been alone and on the run for almost six decades. When he prevents a naked woman from being the prize lot in a
coven’s slave auction, he realizes she has an unexplored submissive streak.
Hope Mathews—a sassy blonde with killer keyboard skills—is a strong independent woman. When Flynn prevents her being sold to a demon, she discovers she enjoys spankings and light bondage.
Together Hope and Flynn must shut down a coven of black magicians, rescue kidnapped demons, and stop a black ops nuclear missile hitting the UK. Even if they manage all that, Hope’s the granddaughter of a billionaire while Flynn’s still on the run from the military who want to dissect him again. Can they find common ground and build a life together?
Reader Advisory: Contains explicit language, a virginal heroine who discovers she enjoys spanking and bondage. Add in some serious dragon demon loving, light the blue touch paper, stand back, and watch the sparks fly.
PUBLISHER NOTE: Paranormal BDSM Romance – 63,094 words. BDSM, Exhibitionism, Orgies and Spanking.
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HI Iris, Thanks you for hosting me today. It’s much appreciated
Always happy to have you on my blog, Kryssie 🙂