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I am not a Dragon Knight and Ailsa is not my dragon.
Hope and healing. Tender as a pink scar, a reset bone, a sliver of trust. A whispered want fanned into blazing desire. Some dreams fall into our outstretched hands, some we strive to grasp with ferocity and shredded palms, some remain glittering stars in a void, a spark of hope ever beyond the touch of our desperate fingers.
Ailsa has her place and so do you. I’ve heard the words enough, but I will not be bent and contained by restrictions of any kind.
Thea’s future is laid out for her as the natural heir to her father’s prized orchards, but she is determined to compete in the annual dragon riding tournament, earning not only a royal invitation to join the ranks of Dragon Knights but proving she is more than the balance of her lineages, more than a farm girl with a shepherding dragon that isn’t hers.
Though she has no dragon and no sponsor, she joins the Idesmoor estate’s competing team as a dragon handler, gaining intimate access to Calagon’s finest dragons and riders including the youngest prince. Darrin may be arrogantly certain of his right to victory, but Thea bears no deference for Calagon’s royalty. Champion is a title earned and she will fight for it.
But more than a title hangs in the balance as Thea is framed for plotting against the royal family and a violent explosion of Drakonbane. Her future as well as her family’s is threatened and she must make unlikely allies to protect her name, her life, and the dragons of Calagon.
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