This fantasy novella is brief and fun to read. Young Skyy, when she is barely an adult, ends up embarking on a journey of self-discovery. She discovers what really happened to her parents who died when she was but a wee baby, who they really were and thus what she is and is destined to be. She finds out she is destined to be one of the dragon-bonded Crimson Warriors. She and her dragon, Kira, become good friends.This to me is reminiscent of the classic "The Elvenbane" by Andre Norton and Mercedes Lackey, only shorter.
I must admit that this book is not without some flaws, but that is mostly in format and technical things. But, looking past that, there really is a good and entertaining story here that is beautiful and vivid in its descriptions with well developed and believable characters. I look forward to more from this young author, and I believe that she can do quite well for herself if she works toward perfecting a few things.
(reviewed 20 days after purchase)