AabiLynn's Dragon Rite #5 Dragoon'Essenere, Demon Slayers and Dragon Eaters

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Type: novella, word count 28,300.
Start this sixth book in this fantasy action adventure novella series and travel where dragons have been part of the world for millenniums. Enter a realm where riders are paired with dragon hatchlings to raise and care for them and to form a bond like no other. Read AabiLynn's Dragon Rite #0 Dragon's Brood to start this exciting series. More

Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf lrf pdb txt html

First 5% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more Online Reader
About the Series: AabiLynn's Dragon Rite Epic Dark Fantasy Action Adventure Sword and Sorcery Novella Series
Start this fantasy action adventure novella series and travel where dragons have been part of the world for millenniums. Enter a realm where riders are paired with dragon hatchlings to raise and care for them and to form a bond like no other.

In the first story...

Useless... Unwanted... Unloved...

When those closest to you see you only as a useless crippled child with no hope of a future, where do you find the strength to prove them wrong?

No one believed in Cara-AabiLynn, not even her own father and the woman who raised her. Born with a stunted arm and leg, those who she loved the most saw her as worthless and withheld their love from her. Given to a cruel man to cover her father's gambling debt, Cara's life of uncertainty became one of certain hardship and despair.

In the first story, candidates assemble to participate in the Dragon Rite, a ceremony to bond with a dragon hatchling.

Cara has a chance to break free from her harsh life and bond with one of the dragon hatchlings only if fate will allow her.

Also in Series: AabiLynn's Dragon Rite Epic Dark Fantasy Action Adventure Sword and Sorcery Novella Series

Also by This Author

Also by This Publisher

Reviews

Stormswift reviewed on April 12, 2019

These novellas are short but packed with action and you'll want to read each book in one sitting.

Cara uses her new healing powers to save an injured girl HuntMa, who declares that she owes Cara a life. Unfortunately, HuntMa is part of the dragon slayer tribe who kill and eat dragons to absorb their power.

It was heartwarming how happy Cara was that Black Fire's mother, the dragon queen would treat her as a daughter (the child was so deprived of a loving family). Loved the imagery of Cara sleeping wrapped in her pair's wings.

A shocking reveal by Bold (who is oddly concerned for Cara) explains part of his betrayal, but sly and cruel as he is, can he be trusted?

The dragonslayer tribe have been hired by a fanatical dracoman, how many dragons will be slaughtered before they reach their target?

Another cliff hanger ending....

Editing errors that could be corrected with proof reading.

This series will be enjoyed by fans of Anne McCaffrey's Dragonriders of Pern
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Report this book