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Dragon’s Nest

In an abandoned dragon’s lair, two orphans meet their destiny

Image by Torulus from Pixabay

‘A dragon rider must have a pedigree. A foundling like yourself can’t even say where she came from.’

Freya glared at Prioress Hoata across the brazier flames. ‘That isn’t fair. I didn’t dump myself on the Priory steps as a baby.’




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Alex Kilcannon

Alex Kilcannon

Writer, poet, outdoors instructor and Mother of Teenagers. I rewild kids for a living.

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