Saturday, 2 June 2012

Excerpt - Dragon Rider's Gift by KH LeMoyne

Today I am hosting an excerpt post for Dragon Rider's Gift by KH LeMoyne.

Read on for more about this new release.

Title: Dragon Rider’s Gift
Author: KH LeMoyne
Genre: Fantasy Romance, Adult

Roark of Nedres spent his life absorbing lore, legend, and rumor to claim his dragon beast in order to save his people. Nothing has prepared him for the ultimate bond fate will demand.

Princess Nira Meriel Estar was born with the power of prophecy. Her most recent vision forecasts a dire fate for her people, promises few answers, and will deliver the country of Fyrhall a victorious future or crushing defeat.

Kraz, an ancient dragon of mythical power and knowledge, has eluded capture for a thousand years. However, only a dragon of great wisdom would consider an eternal bond to his warrior rider to save his dragon race.

Three souls. Two hearts. One courageous calling.

Author Bio:

A former technology specialist, KH LeMoyne writes sensual romance: urban and high fantasy, and scifi/futuristic. She lives in Maryland with her wonderful husband and corgi. Much to her dismay, she rarely encounters supernatural beings other than on paper.


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Book Excerpt:

The Prophecy

Threatened to extinction, the children of magic fled Earth. The most powerful of them ripped great holes in the universe to hide their brethren throughout space with one true bloodline, forever charged with the protection of the great portals between worlds.

The World of Tir Thar shelters the oldest and most powerful of Earth’s benign and malevolent magical beings. Hindered from free access to the portals, the dark mage of Brennagmore turns his hunger for power on those of his own world.

Prophecy earmarks Fyrhall, the kingdom of renowned dragon riders, as the mage’s first vulnerable target. Yet even joined by their allies, the dragon riders’ battle will take more than courage and skill to defend against the attack.

The difference between slavery and freedom for Fyrhall and those who fight at their side—one dragon, one rider, and one future queen.

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