The Last Red Dragon by Siobhan Stark: A Historic #UrbanFantasy #Romance

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On December 22nd, 2014, author Siobhan Stark published her debut shifter fantasy. It has an urban, historical setting, shifter’s, and a molten hot romance. Awesome!

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Beautiful, curvy Stella Collins is orphaned and must wash clothes for a living. Her life changes dramatically when a rich aunt and uncle offer to adopt her and move her to their castle in the sunny South. Stella’s life is a fairy tale, until she begins transforming into a savage dragon in the light of the full moon.

Harboring this secret, Stella’s existence becomes even more complicated when she must choose between two drastically different men – Jasper, a handsome, amiable distant cousin who lives on a neighboring estate, or dark, brooding Idon, the lord of a large castle in the northern mountains.

Stella finds it difficult to hide her true shifter nature as the chemistry between her and these men grows hotter and out-of-control.

The Last Red Dragon is set in a historic fantasy world and features a BBW heroine. Be prepared for fiery sex and tear-jerking tragedy.

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Some Blurbs:

5.0 / 5 stars “A riveting page turner”

I really loved this book and had a lot of trouble putting it down. I ended up finishing it in a few sittings.

5.0 / 5 stars “Enjoyable and fun read!”

Oh my goodness! […]This was a fun read! I would recommend to anyone…


Author: Siobhan Stark was born and raised in the tiny state of Delaware, which can be found somewhere along the East Coast of the United States. It’s there on the map, if you look hard enough.
Favorite hobby? Cookies + a bottle of hard cider + an entire fantasy/occult/horror/drama series on Netflix or Hulu. Occasionally, she switches out the cookies with Diablo Burritos from Trolley Square.Siobhan has a slew of degrees from accredited universities, which she uses to perform tedious jobs that pay the bills.In her spare time, she writes books.

What do you think?

    • Thanks, so much, er… may I call you “Southpaw”? What an unusual name. Care to share its origin?

      In answer to your question, I was aiming for somewhere around the Georgian era, but in a fantasy world context, so that if my facts were a little off, I wouldn’t have history buffs pointing out the happy little mistakes to me. Someday, I would love to write a historical romance, but will have to invest at least a year double and triple-checking the facts before I publish it. I would be heartbroken to call my book a historical romance and then have the history wrong. So for now, I premise my stories in fantasy worlds.