The Christmas Dragon
36 Reviews, 4.6 Stars on Amazon
The box jumped.
Boxes are not supposed to jump. It’s a law somewhere, I think. Maybe Guyana. Apparently not in New Hampshire, because the box kept jumping.
All Katie Lin wants is to get away from her family: from the magic, from the mayhem, and from the never-ending war.
Unfortunately, someone has other ideas, and sends her a box. A box that jumps.
The tiny fire hazard inside may just force her back to Wales – and right into the path of a dragon war, the Crow King, and at least one reluctant elf prince.
Sometimes, running away just doesn’t work as planned.
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What Reviewers are Saying
5.0 Stars: “Utterly Charmed” (from Roy):
I picked this up because Christmas and was utterly wrap up in this lovely little story with a beginning an end and far too little in between. Now I think I will read the rest because this hors d’oeuvre was a tasty snack that left !e hungry for more.
5.0 Stars: “A Glimpse Into a Big World” (from Nikki)
A determined and excitable young woman, an anxious elf prince, and a newly hatched dragon that can’t control its fire go on a journey. Our protagonist, Katie, is a normal young woman who is given a great big task that sends her on an epic quest to save something precious. A quick read with imaginative writing that will give you a good chuckle, but be warned. You will probably want more. But we have only been given a taste of what’s to come.
5.0 Stars: “I Loved This Book” (from Luthien)
I loved this book. It reminded me of Stardust in the way it combined modern-day humor with fairy-tale adventures. That said, Reid has a distinctive voice; although the genre is in keeping with Gaiman’s writings, the world is fresh and new. Reid’s style is extremely engaging, and her characters are fantastic. Highly recommended!
5.0 Stars: “Very Nice” (from Travel Mavn)
I’ve been waiting for something new from this author after her debut novel the Sundered I just happened to stumble on and find fascinating.
This novella tells me it was not a one time thing. Looking forward to anything new she cares to write. Great storyteller