The Dragon Queen's Heir [book one] ✔️

The Dragon Queen's Heir [book one] ✔️

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Amber Lynn By AmberLynnWriter Updated Aug 24

"And the fifth Rider is . . ."

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Ashlyn "Ash" Rehlia is sick and tired of everything.

She's sick and tired of her overbearing mother, whose life purpose seems to be to make her as miserable as possible by trying to marry her off to any boy who looks at her the wrong way. She's sick and tired of her village's traditions, forcing her to live at home or work a 'woman's job.' She's sick and tired of her boring life, craving for something different.

So when a strange dream prompts her to attend the annual Dragon Rider's ceremony as a boy, something different she gets. It seems like a dream come true when Ash gets to go to Nightshorne Dragon Academy, but, like always, what goes up always has to come down.

A threat to the school -- and Ashlyn's newfound friends and powers -- puts a blanket over her new life, and when Ash realizes she plays a larger part it in all than she previously realized, her world is turned upside down. 

Family secrets are revealed and true personalities are uncovered as Ash tries to save the very world that once brought her down. But the question remains: when does a person decide enough is enough?

BOOK ONE OF THE ROYAL DRAGONS DUOLOGY

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KaranSeraph KaranSeraph Aug 01, 2017
structurally, because this paragraph contains action and dialogue from more than one character, it would perhaps be more effective to break it up. Paragraph breaks before "Mr. Hensbee..." and before "I nod."
wisteriaflower wisteriaflower Sep 18, 2017
This paragraph is a lot of telling instead of showing, which can immediately discourage readers
DianaTheThird DianaTheThird Jun 09, 2017
A fast read! Love the concept of female empowerment in a world that has medieval elements. Looking forward to read more! ☺