Zoe Chant writes solid shifter romances. I've read two of her books so far. This one is the second.
Choosing the Billionaire Dragon Shifters is a menage romance. It was a short read, probably around two hours and was very contemporary in its nature. There wasn't a whole lot going on other than the two dragon brothers, Sorin and Radu, and Hannah's romance.
Now, this is book 4 in a series where all books can be read as a standalone, and you'll get your HEA ending. I wasn't in love with this book, but it was solidly written and the story was mostly solid. However, the main conflict was a bit weak.
Let me explain. (And spoilers ahead)
Sorin saw Hannah way back and knew immediately she was his mate. Radu didn't feel that. Sorin was worried and ran away because he wanted his brother to find his mate too before he went off and had his happily ever after. Plus, the brothers are basically inseparable, so the thought that Hannah wasn't also Radu's mate was hard for him.
The brothers come back at the beginning of this book. Radu had a talk with Sorin, told him it was time he went after his mate. But this time when Radu saw Hannah, he knew she was his mate too. Problem solved just like that. Except, when Sorin tells Hannah that he knew she was his mate all this time, she got really upset even though she readily went to bed with both brothers just minutes before. She was upset that she was denied this happiness for years.
While I can understand where Hannah is coming from, I felt like she blew things out of proportion a bit. It seemed like a petty way to give the story conflict. BUT. This is also a very different kind of shifter romance for me. I like a lot more fantasy in the shifter romances I read. There was no danger or action in this book. This story screamed contemporary romance. I'm giving it a 4/5 because it was indeed a solid story, and I think most shifter romance readers would be pleased, but it wasn't my favorite.