Dragon - Book 1
Kiril, a hunter and killer of dragons, knows how evil dragons are. He feels it's his duty to rid the land of the scourge. He has hunted dragons for years and now sees the end of his quest for one last dragon egg is all that is left. It’s the Queen egg and all he has to do is find it and kill the host. He though doesn't count on finding Natiya.
Natiya has harbored the Queen egg for years and it’s now coming time for the hatching. She is hoping that with the Queen Dragon on her side she can get the revenge that she has waited for all her years. Revenge and betrayal go hand in hand when Love is not in the mix.
Will Kiril be able to kill Natiya and the Queen Dragon or will he see that they are indeed the last chance for freedom in their land?
Dragonborn was well written and fun to read though sometimes I wanted to knock Kirils head against something hard to knock some sense into him. *LOL*. Natiya was a strong and intelligent woman though sometimes naive. With two strong and likeable characters I enjoyed Dragonborn and look forward to more books set is this land. With a story like this I can easily recommend it to other readers and friends alike.
Book Blurb for Dragonborn
When dragon power flows through your veins, when dragon thoughts burn in your mind, you can accomplish anything. Natiya knows, for she carries one of the last eggs in the land disguised as a jewel in her navel. Day by day the Unhatched grows, and when at last it births they will be joined in a sacred and eternal bond. Gone will be the barmaid forced to dance for pennies; born will be Dag Natiya, revered Queen. Take her body or her soul, nothing will stop them.
When dragon power flows through your veins, when dragon emotions trample your soul, you become a monster. So knows Kiril, for one destroyed his cousin. No matter how kind or joyful, all beings must succumb to the power of the wyrm. That is why Kiril vowed to destroy dragonkind--and he has almost succeeded. Only one egg remains. But there is an obstacle he did not foresee: love.
Night Owl Reviews