The Legend of the Great Dragon

The Dragons Saga, #5

It is so hard to say goodbye to what has been a great series. I have to admit I have been more than a little reluctant to read this last book in the Dragon Saga series. Mikko is a great heroine, and the way that she balances everything that is expected of her with the magnetic attraction that she feels to her male counterpart, Ichitaca, is awesome. At a mere 169 pages, this is a very short book compared to other tales in the series, but it more than lives up to all of the build-up from previous books.

As always, this is a clean read that espouses the values of family, diversity, marriage, and truth, without sacrificing the art of the story in the process.


Book Blurb for The Legend of the Great Dragon

The exciting end to the much-loved Dragons Saga!

Mikko always knew she was born for greatness. She had been prophesied about when the holy book was first written by the First Great Dragons in existence. Born of the female dragon with Inero blood, in the city by the sea, Mikko fit the bill of the Great Dragon to a T. But it was a destiny she didn't know anything about.

It is a chance meeting of fate where she meets Ichitaca. While her destiny still confuses her, she knows one thing: he's a part of it. In Ichy's arms, everything feels right, perfect even. All of that chang-es when the nightmares begin. A dark man is waiting for her, challenging her, and she knows that if she doesn't face him the fate of the world will be on her shoulders.


Night Owl Reviews Jun, 2014 5.00