Three years of strife have passed since Kale and Bardon freed Paladin’s knights. Now, fiery dragons scorch their beautiful countryside as an evil husband-and-wife wizard duo battle one another for supremacy. The people of Amara just want to be left alone, hoping the conflict with disappear. But Paladin is dying, and Bardon and Kale–now married–must accept fateful assignments if their land is to survive. Will their efforts turn the tide against their adversaries?
They face a deadly threat–and a challenging choice.
Kale’s responsibility is to find, hatch, and train an army of dragons, and she tackles the daunting task–until she is shocked by a betrayal. As the Amaran countrymen seek escape, she must search for her husband, family, and friends while organizing an underground movement to weaken the enemy. But when the end draws near, Kale must choose between two dismal destinies.
Prepare to experience breathtaking adventure and mind-blowing fantasy as never before in this stunning addition to Donita K. Paul’s popular Dragon Keepers fantasy series.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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|Title of eBook: DragonFire||Series: DragonKeeper Chronicles, , #4|
|Release Date: 05-20-2008|
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|Publisher: The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group|
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Sir Bardon gripped his struggling wife in his arms.
“You’re not rushing into that battered building, Kale.” He lowered his voice to a more soothing tone. “Come on, lady of mine. You can control this urge.”
With his arm encircling her waist, he felt her take a deep breath and let it out slowly. He loosened his grasp but remained wary. In this state she couldn’t be trusted. Her talent sabotaged her judgment. Perhaps words of reason would override her compulsion.
“Remember, Kale, we must find Regidor and Gilda before it is too late.” Kale’s body tensed, and he reacted by tightening his hold just before she tried to lunge out of his arms toward the inn.
“Bardon, please.” Her voice broke on the last word.
“I’m just as determined to keep you here as you are to go. Relax, Kale. Think.”
He scanned the building she wanted to enter. One end had collapsed under the barrage of a recent battle. The other smoldered sullenly. The muscles in Bardon’s face tightened. Fire dragons. I wonder how many? A drenching rain had doused the flames. How long ago? Where are the people to answer my questions?
The rain had finally stopped. The villagers had collected their dead. But still the acrid smells of war permeated the air.
“I have to go in, Bardon.” Kale’s voice shuddered as she pushed ineffectively against his hold.
“Yes, I know. All I’m asking is that you think first. That you plan.”
She leaned her head back against his chest. Her skin smelled of citrus. He inhaled, relishing the fragrance, and rubbed his cheek against ...