As far as Creel is concerned, all is finally right with the world. The dragon king, Shardas, and his queen, Velika, have made a home for themselves on the Far Islands, and for the first time in centuries it seems dragons and humans might be able to live together in peace. So what better time for... show more
As far as Creel is concerned, all is finally right with the world. The dragon king, Shardas, and his queen, Velika, have made a home for themselves on the Far Islands, and for the first time in centuries it seems dragons and humans might be able to live together in peace. So what better time for Creel and Luka to plan their wedding. But then Velika gets kidnapped by a band of rogue dragons in need of their own queen. And Creel and Luka leap to aid Shardas and rescue her—only to discover that Luka’s father has set his sights on taking back the Far Islands from the dragons. Torn between her love for Prince Luka and her friendship with Shardas and Velika, Creel must make the most difficult decision of her life if she stands any chance of getting to the church on time.
Publish date: May 12th 2009
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Series: Dragon Slippers (#3)
Enjoyed this trilogy. Fun quick read.
Creel is off on a final adventure to visit the dragons in their new home. All is going well until Velika, the queen of the dragons, is kidnapped by a foreign species of dragons that believe that they are the chosen dragons and that she must be only their queen, and no one else's. Creel and her frien...
Book three in Jessica's dragon series. Creel is now growing a little board with home and is looking forward to a new adventure. After becoming engaged to Prince Luka , Creel and Luka and Creel's brother set out to see her Dragons friends new home. After the last war that was one the King banished al...
All I can say is this was an awesome ending to an amazing trilogy! I loved it! It also made me a little sad to be finishing the books. These are definitely books I'll be adding to my collection!
I enjoyed the first two books, but I was fairly disappointed by this one. I didn’t want George to add unnecessary drama, but there were times when it seemed like her characters didn’t react to things that real people would have been having fits over. [Jan. 2010]