Raven's ears flicked. 'Dragons aren't known for their patience.' 'More is the pity,' said the unicorn. 'Father Penny and I were about toamicably settle our differences. A dragon invading our home vastlycomplicates matters.'
Five months ago my life was changedforever when I learned about Lloegyr, the sister nation to England onthe magical parallel world of Daear. Thrilling rides on Raven, a darklybeautiful search dragon, break up the monotony of my life as the priestof a small village church. Nor are things dull at home, not with asarcastic gryphon, a snail shark, and my younger brother all sharing myliving space. And then there's Peter, the almost too perfect policeinspector who enjoys Doctor Who and single malt whisky as much as I do.
But Lloegyr is facing its own struggles. As various races such as dragons,gryphons, elves, vampires, and harpies flood to the rapidly growingcities, they all trust the unicorns to act as peace makers. But dead humans are turning up in the city of Northampton, with wounds which only a long spiral horn could have made... 'A compelling and witty sequel to Temptation of Dragons! Penny is afantastic heroine because she doesn't think of herself as such. ...Chrys Cymri perfectly captures this blend of humor, honesty, reality, andfantasy.' ★★★★★ Readers' Favorite