Dragon Blood: The Complete Series

· Cracked Acorn Productions
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About this ebook


***This is a bundled edition of the following five stories.***

Genre: Young Adult Urban Fantasy.

Word Count: 281,113

When dragons have the ability to shapeshift, anyone could be one. Even the boy sitting next to you.

 

Dragon Blood 1: Pliethin

Word Count: 57263

Sixteen-year-old Amber's life, that was once completely normal, is dramatically changed when she is forced to move to a small Queensland town west of Brisbane. Suddenly dragons are no longer creatures of myth. Amber becomes caught up in their world of clans, survival of the fittest, ancient traditions, dangerous enemies and dragon warriors.

 


Dragon Blood 2: Wyvern

Word Count: 57087

Amber struggles to keep up with the constantly changing alliances amongst dragons and is worried Ronan, an ancient dragon, might not keep his end of the bargain they made. Life is filled with secrets and sometimes Amber just wants to get away from it all, which makes her jump at the chance to visit dragon lands. Her excitement over the visit is ruined when she learns someone wants her dead. And they're willing to pay her weight in gold to make their wish come true.

 

Dragon Blood 3: Surety

Word Count: 55355

Amber learns that her family has a more interesting past than even she could have imagined. That past is now creating problems for her. Negotiations, attacks by an unknown enemy and her mother discovering some of her secrets causes even more complications. The only thing that hasn't changed is that someone wants her dead. She needs to find out who it is before they can succeed and she doesn't get the chance to live long enough to figure out how to solve all her other problems.

 

Dragon Blood 4: Knight

Word Count: 56052

Amber is starting to feel that her list of enemies is growing longer by the minute. Those she cares about are threatened and during a surprise attack she fears one of her people is killed. Her life is spinning out of control, there are too many people she desperately wants to keep safe, but she can't be with all of them at once. There's only one of her and so many of them. It's tearing her apart.



Dragon Blood 5: Mage

Word Count: 55356

Amber wants to take back control of her life. She's fed up with assassins, death threats, unrealistic expectations, nightmares and secrets. The secrets most of all. Especially Ronan's secrets and in particular his secret that she knows will scare the hell out of her and will probably never let her have another moment of peace. Maybe some secrets shouldn't be told.

 

These stories were written by an Australian author using Australian spelling.

Ratings and reviews

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A Google user
February 13, 2019
This will be the first ebook I have deleted from my library. This is the second book, in my life, that I started but just could not finish. The author's writing style is sophmoric at best. I want my money back. Complete waste of space. Lindsay Buroker Dragon Blood series is what I was looking for but google search included this trainwreck. Thank God no trees died in the production of this farce. It is ahame Ms Buroker has shifted to romance. There are already plenty of good authors in that genre.
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About the author

Avril Sabine is an Australian author who lives on acreage in South East Queensland. She writes mostly young adult and children's speculative fiction, but has been known to dabble in other genres. She has been writing since she was a young child and wanted to be an author the moment she realised someone wrote the books she loved to read.

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