"COME AND SEE HOW I HAVE TAMED THE MONSTER THAT ONCE TRIED TO KILL THE GOOD IN ME."three of today's bestselling poets, nikita gill, amanda lovelace, & trista mateer come together to weave an empowering tale in their collaborative poetry collection, dragonhearts. through the combination of prose & poetry, the authors use fairy tales & myths to create something that is both timeless & extremely relevant to present-day issues, such as the #MeToo movement, reclaiming your voice, feminism, & the shared power of self-love & solidarity.this book is a reminder that romantic love does not need to be the main plot of your story. sometimes friendship is.(inspired by the bonus chapter in the barnes & noble exclusive hardcover of the 2018 goodreads choice award-winning poetry collection, the witch doesn't burn in this one by amanda lovelace.)
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The first MUD (Multiple User Dimension) book ever, the Dragonheart Fantasy Card-Game Book includes four-color punch-out player cards and several separate games which challenge players to a unique game in which they must track down a dragon, protect the rebels from the evil king, and use clues to save an ancient medieval kingdom.
Bowen, an old-world knight who would train a future king; Kara, a peasant girl who mortally wounded the young prince; and Draco, a noble dragon who healed him, come together in an unlikely alliance against a tyrannical ruler. Original. Movie tie-in.
Emily Drayhart was taken from school under false pretenses. She thought she was going to visit her mother in a hospital halfway across the country. Instead she was escorted through a time tunnel and becomes Emily de Dragonheart: Courier. The time change is back to sixteen hundred eighty only with a twist. There were dragons, trolls, and a bounty of unbelievable adventure to overcome. She was given an egg, a dragon egg, and put on an impossible mission of transporting it through territory that was fi lled with obstacles. It was her task to deliver this egg to the Underworld for the battle of: Good and Evil before the egg hatches and becomes imprinted with her. Stay with Emily as her unknown past unfolds exposing mysterious secrets. Immerse yourself in the varied facets that legends are woven from as she carries her burden in a time she never knew existed.
On the eve of her seventeenth birthday, Brianna, a carefree girl of noble birth, finds she is descended from a wise dragon mage. A vengeful wizard once imprisoned by her kin needs her mixed human-dragon blood to become immortal and destroy the other races of the world that defeated him centuries before. Dragon Hearts offers readers a chance to learn with Brianna as she struggles to cope with a cantankerous partner who plays devil's advocate to her ideals. The story teaches the fact that the right way is not always the easy way. Readers will appreciate a strong heroine with a keen sense of justice who overcomes incredible odds while never compromising her beliefs.
AERAN & RHYS is the 7th and last took book in USA Today and Amazon #1 Bestselling Author, Carole Mortimer’s, paranormal dragon shifter series, DRAGON HEARTS. Author’s Note: Beware of very sexy alpha dragon shifters on the hunt for their fated mates! What happens when two dragon shifters, even two dragon shifter brothers, discover they have the same fated mate? Everyone knows dragons don’t share. Especially two such different dragon shifters as Aeran & Rhys Pendragon. Aeran is tech savvy, a man of the 21st century, and Rhys is still the warrior he has been for the past sixteen centuries, living by the code of kill or be killed. Even more troublesome, their fated mate is the daughter of the man Aeran and Rhys helped condemn to death after he tried to kill the fated mate of their eldest brother, Grigor. Cristina doesn’t know who she can trust when she finds herself alone and unprotected in London after her father’s disappearance. She daren’t accept the help of Aeran and Rhys Pendragon when they suddenly appear in her life. She doesn’t know either man, and her father never mentioned knowing them either, so who are they and what do they want from her? Unfortunately she doesn’t have any choice but to accept Aeran and Rhys’s protection after an attempt is made on her life. Finding herself suddenly alone with these two handsome and totally different men, Cristina quickly realizes she’s attracted to both of them. Aeran and Rhys make it obvious they return that attraction. Cristina has no idea how she is supposed to choose between these two intensely determined men. She’s even more confused when they assure her she doesn’t have to, and ready to run when they explain the reason why she doesn’t.
Todd McCaffrey’s first solo novel in the classic Dragonriders of Pern series, Dragonsblood, was hailed by critics and embraced by the countless devoted readers of the landmark science fiction saga created by his mother, Anne McCaffrey. Now the chronicles of Pern take another captivating turn as the embattled planet, the brave pioneers who call it home, and the magnificent flame-breathing creatures who fly high to protect it confront a dire new challenge. The grim specter of sickness looms over the Weyrs of Pern, felling fire-lizards and posing a potentially devastating threat to their dragon cousins, Pern’s sole defense against the deadly phenomenon that is Thread. Fiona, the youngest and only surviving daughter of Lord Bemin, is just coming of age, and about to assume the duties of a Weyrwoman, when word spreads that dragons have indeed begun succumbing to the new contagion. With the next season of Threadfall quickly approaching, and the already diminished ranks of the dragons once more under siege, every Weyr across Pern is in crisis mode. It is hardly the time for disturbing distractions–such as the strange voice Fiona suddenly hears in her mind at the darkest and most urgent moments. Circumstances and the mood of the weyrfolk worsen when advance patrols relay the dreaded news that black dust–the unmistakable herald of falling Thread–has been sighted. As more dragons sicken and die, leaving only a new generation of weyrlings too young to succeed them, Weyrleader B’Nik and queen rider Lorana arrive from Benden Weyr to comb Fort Weyr’s archives in a desperate search for clues from the past that may hold the solution to the plague. But could the actual past itself prove the pathway to salvation for Pern’s stricken dragons and the entire imperiled planet? Guided by a mysterious ally from a wholly unexpected place, and trusting in the unique dragon gift for transcending time, Fiona will join a risky expedition with far-reaching consequences for both Pern’s future and her personal destiny. From the Hardcover edition.
Centuries ago, the only dragon left in Fallada perished—succumbing to a disease caused and spread by black magic. The last of the eggs failed to hatch, becoming like stone and remaining that way … until Sonia Jones discovered her true identity as a lost princess of the otherworldly kingdom. A tomboy who once suffered from a chronic illness, Sonia doesn’t feel like princess material. Unlike her royal siblings, she has yet to discover her supernatural abilities. With war brewing in Fallada between good and evil, she hardly feels equipped to join her people on the side of good … even though an ancient prophecy clearly points to her as a savior of the realm. Her purpose finally becomes clear when the dragon eggs in her possession hatch. The creatures seem to trust her, growing and becoming stronger under her care—inspiring her to undergo her own quest to unlock her latent abilities. Along the way, she will stumble upon a way to save her mother and their people—but it may require her to endanger the first dragons the kingdom has seen in hundreds of years. Can Sonia find the strength to fulfill her prophecy and rescue her mother, while protecting Fallada’s most rare and precious creatures?
When Fiona, the only surviving member of Lord Holder Bemin's family, Impresses a queen dragon, she doesn't begin to realize the perils and privileges that come with her new role.As she grows into a young woman and her dragon reaches her full growth, Fiona faces not only the possibility of losing her dragon to the sickness that has claimed so many others but also the challenges of becoming a Weyrwoman in her own right. What, she must ask herself, is she willing to give up in order to become a queen rider?And, although the marvellous queen dragon has chosen her, is she really suited to the life of a queen rider? As the injured dragons at Fort Weyr begin to outnumber those fit to fly against Thread, Weyrleader K'lior comes up with a desperate plan - to send the least injured and the older weyrlings back in time, so that they can grow strong enough to fight Thread in the past and then returnto help the Weyr.But will only twelve older weyrlings and thirty lightly injured riders be enough to save Fort Weyr?Forced to stay behind because her dragon is still too young, Fiona must confront a life-and-death choice.