Dragon Legacy trilogy features dragons, chosen mates, all kinds of bonding, and different ways to grow up fast when you have to fight for yourself and your love. Oh, and also: a brewing revolution.
INSIDE THE SANDCASTLE
A NAIVE PRINCE AND A LONELY WARRIOR ARE BROUGHT TOGETHER BY DESTINY TO BE COMPANIONS. BUT THAT IS JUST THE BEGINNING.
Naveen was the younger son of the king and had never lived outside of the royal castle. Until now.
The time had come for him to go to the Academy, the prestigious school where young men met their companions—the dragons fated to bond with them for life. It was an honor and a privilege, but Naveen mostly saw it as a chance. A chance for him to become more, to challenge himself, as well as to never again walk through life alone. If his long-hidden desires spoke about something more, something deeper… Well. Maybe he was hoping for too much.
Soryan had been in the Academy for well over a year and hadn’t found his match yet. He was starting to feel like maybe he never would, but he wasn’t ready to give up yet. His companion was out there. He just needed to be patient.
Once they met at the searching ceremony, their connection was undeniable and more than either of them imagined it could be. But with the political machinations working around them, they were facing more than the challenges of a true bond.
THROUGH THE SANDSTORM
Daryan’s dream had always been to have a romantic bond with his companion. He’d seen it as the best possible option. But when he arrived at the Academy a week before the searching ceremony, he met a dragon who made him feel things he shouldn’t, not now. Not when Daryan was still hoping his companion would be the one for him in every way.
Aderys was happy and settled in his own platonic bond, so when he met Daryan, he had none of his doubts. He was ready, but Daryan wasn’t, so Aderys focused on something else—the spark of a revolution that was going to change Teranea forever, one way or another.
When the pull became too strong—both towards each other and towards the whirlwind of change—Daryan and Aderys would need to decide what they were going to fight for and what they were willing to let go.
BEYOND THE SANDGLASS
A REVOLUTION. A BETRAYAL. AND ABOVE ALL, LOVE.
You can hit the little arrow to see the full summary, but be aware that it contains huge SPOILERS. I would recommend only reading it if you read the previous two books.
THE PRINCE HEIR HAD ALWAYS KNOWN HIS DUTY WAS TO HIS PEOPLE, BUT HE WASN’T GOING TO FORSAKE HIS OWN HEART.
Caleen had grown up as a heir to the throne and his duties had defined him. He knew what to say, what to do, and what to hide, but everything changed when he went to the Academy and met the love of his life.
Taveris had never cared for politics, but once he bonded with the Prince Heir, he learned to adapt as best he could. His place was at his companion’s side, after all. Always.
Then came a shocking betrayal.
But it was never the end of their story, was it?