Cross-eyed Dragon Troubles

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Talia didn’t want to be apprenticed, not even to the prestigious Dragon Knight’s Guild. After a madcap ride on a cross-eyed dragon with an inner ear problem, she's even more convinced she doesn't want to be there. This place would never feel like home. Or would it? More
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About Gloria Oliver

Gloria Oliver lives in Texas making sure to stay away from rolling tumbleweeds while bowing to the never-ending wishes of her feline and canine masters.

Her previous works have been fantasy, urban fantasy, young adult fantasy novels, and science fiction. Several contain romantic and mystery elements. Her short stories of speculative fiction can be found in all manner of anthologies, covering things from the fantastic and strange to a Bubba Apocalypse.

Her first series is the Daiyu Wu Mysteries. Set in 1930 Dallas, TX, they follow the adventures of Daiyu Wu, Jacques Haskin, and Prince Razor (a Pomeranian Scottish terrier mix) who is her bodyguard and also a lady killer.

Gloria is a member in good standing of BroadUniverse though she has yet to make the list for Cat Slaves R Us. In her spare time, (what's that?) she watches TV shows, movies, and anime, plays PC games, as well as reads, as well as tinkering/maintaining multiple people’s websites.

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Reviews of Cross-eyed Dragon Troubles by Gloria Oliver

Torfinn Ingolfsen reviewed on July 29, 2022

I really liked it.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
John Whelan reviewed on May 6, 2020

(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
Eliza Audiffred reviewed on Feb. 28, 2020

Wow! I read this in one sitting, can you believe it!
I hope she writes a sequel?
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

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