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Whaaaaaaat?!  All the dragons are dead?

Rose didn't count on becoming a mother to a brand new baby dragon egg.

She's always wanted to be a paleontologist, and is now in college studying to become one.  But a chance meeting at the American Museum of Natural History turns her world upside down.  Because, millions of years after dragons have gone extinct, there's an egg that seems to be unexpectedly . . . alive.

The egg knows what he wants.  He wants Rose and a stranger, Henry, to be his new parents.  But can three strangers of two different species become a family?

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
August 4
Emily Martha Sorensen
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

HJanecyk ,

Ancient Dragon Eggs hatching?!

Rose really just wants to be a paleontologist. While at the dragon exhibit at the Museum, Rose is talking with the curator Mr. Teedle. He shows her the dragon eggs that the Museum just bought. They don't look like fossilized eggs. One egg decides that he wants Rose to be his mother and another college student Henry to be his father. Can't wait to read more!!! Henry and Rose have to figure what they are going to do, how do humans raise a dragon when dragons have been gone for a long time! When Henry meets Rose's family was great! I was given a copy for an honest review. Can't wait to read more about Virgil and the other eggs!

christinaraven ,

Rose meets Virgil!

I thought this was a lighthearted funny short story set in the 1920's about Rose who want to be a paleontologist. I thought it was a hoot that the museum is full of dragon bones along with the usual dinosaur bones. How can you go wrong reading about dragons. I liked the different take on dragons as a ton of eggs were found on a dig and off course museums all around the world bought some. However it ends up the eggs were just hibernating and in this first book, Virgil wakes in his egg and Rose and Henry find out that dragons are telepathic while in the eggs. The rest of the story is just a hoot especially Henry's interactions with Rose's dad and Rose's realization that baby Virgil's mother was just like her in personality. I received a free copy and I loved this lighthearted story that reads just like a day in the life of Rose.

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