Secrets hidden inside a castle. The return of a lost love. A desperate fight to defeat the enemies who threaten their future.
In a laboratory behind the walls of a castle, Natalia Zakharova Kinross, Lady of Kinlarig, hides her many secrets. But for how much longer? For not only is a medical miracle embedded within her skin, a mythological dragon prowls the grounds. And there are men who will stop at little to lay claim to both.
Though Luke Dryden, cryptozoologist, is welcomed back to the castle at the tip of a blade, an old romance ignites. Until a lingering illness acquired in a secret biotechnology facility takes a turn for the worse – all while disaster circles. To help defend a lady and her dragon, he must attempt a risky cure.
As old enemies threaten their future, they will fight back to back in a desperate last stand…
IN PURSUIT OF DRAGONS is a story set in the Elemental Steampunk World, including The Elemental Steampunk Chronicles, Elemental Steampunk Tales, and Elemental Steampunk Stories.
Steampunk adventure wrapped around a romance and threaded with biotechnology. Join USA Today bestselling author, Anne Renwick, as she takes you back into an alternate past.
THE ELEMENTAL STEAMPUNK CHRONICLES
The Golden Spider (Book One)
The Silver Skull (Book Two)
The Iron Fin (Book Three)
ELEMENTAL STEAMPUNK TALES
A Trace of Copper
In Pursuit of Dragons
A Reflection of Shadows
ELEMENTAL STEAMPUNK STORIES
The Tin Rose
Kraken and Canals
Rust and Steam
Castles and Dragons!
Anne Renwick heads north into Scotland where her heroine owns a castle… and a dragon! Swordfights and flying reptiles and spies.
I love books that make the reader think. In Pursuit of Dragons is one of those. The characters are intelligent, well developed and very likable, especially Natalia. She’s such a strong, kick butt individual. I loved the authors descriptions. They made it very easy to imagine the world Natalia and Luke live in. I felt as if I was right there beside them as they started on their quest and fought for their lives and the lives of those they held dear.
It was a pleasure to go this journey with them.