After Dragon Destiny was published, and there was the prospect for the Happily Ever After (won’t tell how it occurred, that would be too much of a spoiler,) the characters whispered, we have another story to tell. Which presented a problem I had with the series. How to talk about Hatchlings Curse without giving away the ending for Dragon Destiny.

To win the competition means the loss of all Branin treasures.

Losing is not an option.

Lord Branin Llewlyn is a dragshi, a human who can exchange bodies with a dragon. After millennia of waiting… and searching, he and his dragon counterpart, Llewlyn, have found their intended mates.

The firebrand leader of an outlaw band, Lady Broch of Ky’Port, means to take Anastasia’s place at Branin’s side. Broch refuses to share Branin—even if it means killing Anastasia. Which would mean Branin’s death also, for if Anastasia dies, so does he.

For the dragshi, the freedom of flight comes with a heavy price, the curse of childlessness. No dragshi within even their long memories have ever had a child. Now that Branin has found his mate, he needs to find a cure for the curse. Cryptic references to mating flights add hope, but dark references about the deaths of suitors threatens not only his life, but the dreams of all dragon shifters.

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I’m a former feature-story writer and correspondent, but my first love is fiction. The descendent of a coal-miner’s daughter and an aviation flight engineer, my writing reflects the contrasts of my heritage and crosses genres from historical adventures and westerns to science fiction and fantasy. In the world of fantasy romance, I am the author of the Dragshi Chronicles and The Windmaster Novels. My stand-alone novels include the dragon magic fantasy, Fire and Amulet, and the dark fantasy, Imprisoned in Stone.

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