Dragon's Egg

Emily Martha Sorensen
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Rose didn't count on becoming a mother to a brand new baby dragon egg.

She's always wanted to be a paleontologist, and is now in college studying to become one.  But a chance meeting at the American Museum of Natural History turns her world upside down.  Because, millions of years after dragons have gone extinct, there's an egg that seems to be unexpectedly . . . alive.

The egg knows what he wants.  He wants Rose and a stranger, Henry, to be his new parents.  But can three strangers of two different species become a family?

A 14,000 word G-rated new adult fantasy.
 

Keywords: alternate universe, baby dinosaur dragon hatch egg hatching deinonychus velociraptor utahraptor, cute humor clean romance new adult about college feminism feminist parent child family, national monument american museum of natural history new york city nyc ny 1920 1920s 1919 paleontologist paleontology biology biologist science, clean romance, wing tail fire claw, dragons
 

 

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Emily Martha Sorensen
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Published on
Aug 4, 2016
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Pages
53
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / General
Fiction / Fantasy / Historical
Fiction / Romance / Fantasy
Fiction / Romance / Historical / 20th Century
Fiction / Romance / New Adult
Juvenile Fiction / Animals / Dragons, Unicorns & Mythical
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Emily Martha Sorensen
Fantasy and science fiction short stories aimed at young adult and middle grade readers.

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