Did you enjoy The Dragon Question and wish there was a sequel? Guess what? Hint: if you haven’t read The Dragon Question, fix that mistake. If you have, this is it from the curse side of the story.
Some curses come with a benefits package, even when the curse wasn’t yours to start with.
Kimble is a dragon and life is one glorious flight, hunt, and flirtation after another.
* If only Rasmuth would back off about making him the quintessential dragon. What is his problem?
* If only he could settle into being a dragon and forget the human heart that once beat inside him.
* If only he wasn’t attracted to human females.
Mayrian is terrified of snakes. Dragons are enormous snakes, and one of them seems to think she should enjoy his
Figuring out what she wants to do in life just complicates the process. Sheepherding seemed like a fair prospect. Except for the snakes. And the dragons who keep landing in the high meadows.
It seemed a good prospect until she actually started doing it.
* Move out on her own
* Find an occupation worthy of her demand for adventure
* Avoid snakes. And wolves. And dragons. The list grows with each day.
Kimble’s realizing that loving a human is dangerous. To the human.
Mayrian's had enough of snakes and dragons, but shaking a stick at them comes with life-changing ramifications.
Some curses come with benefits packages; others just won’t quit playing out new twists on the old theme.
Buy this follow up story to The Dragon Question, Solstice Dragon World, Book 1, because Kimble bit off more than he can fly with, and Mayrian’s not afraid to tell him so.