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About Emily Martha Sorensen
Her bestselling book is Dragon's Egg, about a baby dragon and his human parents; her second most popular book is Black Magic Academy, about a good witch who gets sent to a school for fairy tale wicked witches.
Four of her other series are about a magical girl turned villain, a chatterbox who's trying not to become a child of prophecy, a Regency fantasy in which magic is forbidden and the main character has it anyway, and a teenage werevulture who clearly has to save the day. Basically, if it's clean, and it's fantasy, she probably wants to write it.
She runs a newsletter called Clean Fantasy Reads, which showcases three clean fantasy books every Monday. Apparently she has a one-track mind, and that one track is, "Books!"
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Not only is this school a laughstock in the witch community, her goody-goody-two-shoes death-enemy is thriving there. When you add visits from her con artist father, an assigned friend who won’t leave her alone, and the minor matter of assassins from Black Magic Academy, things are looking annoying.
And why, why, why does her death-enemy keep trying to be her friend?
Mildred doesn't want to be part of the popular crowd. Nor does she care about her "death-enemy." And she certainly has no interest in murderous spells. But if the teachers catch on that she's actually a good witch . . . well, they don't react well to that kind of ignominy.
What's the only good witch in a school of wicked witches to do?
Whaaaaaaat?! All the dragons are dead?
Rose didn't count on becoming a mother to a brand new baby dragon egg. She's always wanted to be a paleontologist, and is now in college studying to become one. But a chance meeting at the American Musuem of Natural History turns her world upside down. Because, millions of years after dragons have gone extinct, there's an egg that seems to be unexpectedly . . . alive.
The egg knows what he wants. He wants Rose and a stranger, Henry, to be his new parents. But can three strangers of two different species become a family?
The Fates have their sights set on her, and it will take all her cleverness and quite a lot of offending the king to foist the prophecy off on somebody else instead.
But she can do it. After all, there are a lot of potentials to choose from.
The final book in the series!
As their wedding day fast approaches, Rose's nerves hit their peak. More and more, she finds herself drawn to the other dragon eggs, pleading with them to hatch so that she won't be the only mother to a baby dragon in New York City.
But when one of other eggs finally does awaken, the second dragon bonds with someone Rose would never have expected . . . and who does not seem suitable as a parent.
Sheesh, it's like they think he's a blabbermouth or something.
Something weird is happening to Amanda. Why is she seeing a new kind of visions she never has before? Why is she able to use magic outside her power?
And what will it cost her to get Alex back?
(A clean fantasy romance.)
The king is horrified to hear this, and immediately throws six silver coins out into the crowd to get the prophecy over with before something worse happens.
Naturally, Henina catches one.
And, naturally, pandemonium ensues.