The third and final installment in New York Times bestselling author Jessica Day George's dragon fantasy series races to a dramatic finale.
As far as Creel is concerned, all is finally right with the world. For the first time in centuries it seems dragons and humans might be able to live together in peace. So what better time for Creel and Luka to plan their wedding.
But then the dragon queen, Velika, is kidnapped by a band of rogue dragons in need of a ruler. When Creel and Luka rush to help, they discover that Luka's father has plans to take back the Far Islands from the dragons. Creel's happily ever after just might be postponed . . . again.
Don't miss these other stories from New York Times bestselling author Jessica Day George:
Dragon Slippers series
The Rose Legacy series
The Rose Legacy
Tuesdays at the Castle series
Tuesdays at the Castle
Wednesdays in the Tower
Thursdays with the Crown
Fridays with the Wizards
Saturdays at Sea
The Twelve Dancing Princesses series
Princess of the Midnight Ball
Princess of Glass
Princess of the Silver Woods
Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow
Silver in the Blood
About the Author
JESSICA DAY GEORGE is the New York Times bestselling author of the Tuesdays at the Castle series, the Twelve Dancing Princesses series, and the Dragon Slippers trilogy. Originally from Idaho, she studied at Brigham Young University and worked as a librarian and bookseller before turning to writing full-time. She now lives in Salt Lake City, Utah, with her husband and their three young children.
"A tasty snack for dragon lovers." - Kirkus Reviews on Dragon Spear
"Fans of the first book will find the same strengths here: the imaginatively detailed scenes; the thrilling, spell-fueled action; the possibility of romance with a prince; and the appealing, brave heroine." - Booklist on Dragon Flight
"Action, danger, pathos and romance-this fantasy has it all." - Kirkus Reviews on Dragon Flight
"A magical, fun-filled page-turner....A far cry from an old-school Cinderella story." - Bookpage on Dragon Slippers
"Clever, well-plotted and good fun." - Kirkus Reviews on Dragon Slippers