Knights of the Dragon
When an exceptional baby dragon is born will he change everyone’s destiny?
It’s an epic adventure of knights, dragons and sorcerers. Did I mention dragon romance?
It all starts when a boy climbs an unclimbable cliff where he meets a dragon named Ryxa; she immediately likes him even though Dragons and humans do not associate but his courage is impressive, his personality captivating.
Ryxa befriends 12-year-old Marcus only to discover that his kingdom will soon be conquered by another and the boy is doomed, and so to save him and his people she hires knights to go on an adventure with her and the boy to find some powerful magic to defend his kingdom.
Leeander’s wizard Adorok is sick and perhaps even dying and so king Darius has sent his best knight out to capture or hire a wizard. Stone tries hard to keep his eyes off the princess Alexa who insists on going along, they’ve had eyes for one another all their lives, but Stone feels that she is beyond his station, a mere knight. The princess is strong in every way that there is to be strong, second only to Stone with a sword.
Meanwhile, a red dragon named Ella falls for a black dragon, which is taboo, and she tries hard to resist his irresistible charm. She doesn’t want her life to be left in ruins because of bonding with a black dragon; unfortunately it might already be too late.
This novel contains baby dragons, romance and adventure. It also encompasses valorous knights and humor. It’s a tale of magic and mayhem.