Dragomir is one of the many ancients that lives in the monastery known as the Retreat in the Veil of Mists.
Dark Promises Edit
When Teagan tries to help Dragomir, he lets out a growl, using every ounce of self-control he possesses to keep from hurting her. With their special abilities, Teagan, Trixie, and Gabrielle give Dragomir hope by showing him the area of Northern California his lifemate is in. After thanking the three women, he leaves the monastery for the first time in over a hundred years. Along with him, six other ancients, Sandu, Isai, Petru, Benedek, Ferro, and Andor, set out to find their lifemates, hope filling them once more.
Dark Carousel Edit
Dragomir travels to San Diego, CA, and he arrives just in time to help Maksim and Tariq fight Vladim Malinov and protect Charlotte's niece, Lourdes. Dragomir, Siv, Nicu, and many other ancients use their healing lights to remove and destroy the sliver of Vadim that is inside Charlotte. He seems to be half way between Carpathian and vampire.
Dark Legacy Edit
Dragomir is still in the U.S. with Maksim and Tariq when he finds Emeline Sanchez, his lifemate. Emeline had been forced into a blood exchange with Vadim and is being tortured by the vampire. She also believes that Vadim is her lifemate, which Dragomir knows to be untrue. He finds out that his lifemate carries Vadims child and even manipulated the outcome the child's sex, giving her a daughter instead of a son. Upon her conversion, the baby was also converted and is now Dragomir's daughter, though part Malinov as well. They named her Carisma, which means gift, then mother and daughter were sent to ground. When it is revealed that there is a spy in Tariq's compound, he has Tariq's adopted children searched. It is revealed that Amelia is Vadim's spy and he wants her to stay away from Emeline as much as possible, until they could stop Vadim for good. But with the master vampire targeting him and his family, Dragomir to take the course of action that brings better results faster.
That and he is upset that he was never glorified in song.