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Dragon Destiny (The Dragshi Chronicles) Paperback – February 19, 2014
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"Dragon Destiny is one of the best dragon shifter stories I have ever read. I cannot wait to see what happens to Stacia, Branin and the others in the next volume. Totally one You Gotta Read!" 5 Stars. - You Gotta Read Reviews
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I describe myself as a tour guide to the stars, the Old West, and worlds of imagination. And welcome you to join me. The first stop is Dragon Destiny and the dark fantasy, Imprisoned in Stone.
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Lord Branin/Llewlyn is a dragon shape-shifter-a “dragshi.” His sanctuary is Cloud Eyrie in the Valley of the Mist. Branin is lonely. For three hundred years he has yearned for a soulmate. Through “mindspeech” a woman calls to him and he feels her loneliness. He senses there can be a true connection between them.
However, fiery-tempered, red-headed Broch desires Branin. He does not want her. She chooses to marry Hicca, another high-born human, but vows revenge against Branin for his rejection.
Anastasia is Branin’s choice, but she is only eighteen years old and a human. Branin senses she will come into dragshi powers, but until she does, he feels advances would be inappropriate. Stasia travels with a caravan, a wagon train of traders led by her father and uncle. She longs to teach children and feels trapped. She is also talented at martial arts.
There is much action and adventure in this novel. For example, early on, Branin saves Stasia from an attack by a pack of gryphlors. Broch learns of Anastasia and tries to buy the young woman from her father. When that fails, Broch arranges for an attack on the wagon train, which Stasia and Branin prevent from ending in disaster. Lady Eirwen, female leader of the dragshi, is impressed by Anastasia when Branin arranges for her to be presented. Lady Eirwen invites Stasia to study for two years at the Ceoltier Guild Hall, an honor normally reserved only for males. Branin is sent away for those years and the would-be lovers are frustrated.
In the meantime, Broch has not given up on her evil plans. She captures a dragshi, Crisiant, and holds her prisoner. Stasia is called upon to save the dragshi, but she needs the help of Branin. Will they survive the ordeal? Will love triumph over evil? You will likely wish to read this novel through from beginning to end and will discover it is very hard to put down.