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Logan harbors secrets of his own. He needs to break through Katerina's defenses to earn her trust. However, Katerina is proving to be maddening as well as captivating. Can he fulfill his duty and keep his heart?
Unless the prophecy is fulfilled, Latharia will be destroyed. To fulfill the prophecy, the truth must be revealed. Revealing the truth could destroy everything.
"Get away from me!"
Almost immediately someone grabbed Randall by the shoulder and pulled him away from Kat. "I believe the lady would like you to leave her alone," Sir Logan said, firm but polite.
Randall yanked his shoulder out of Logan's hand. "I believe that this is none of your business," he snarled, nearly losing his cordial façade. He turned his back to Logan and tried to reach for Kat.
Logan quickly stepped between Randall and Kat. "I am making it my business, now begone," he said harshly.
Randall looked around as a few other knights began filtering into the garden after hearing the angry voices. "Very well." Straightening his shirt, he walked past Kat. Leaning toward her, Randall hissed, anger all but sparking from him. "But know this, milady. This is not over. I do not give up so easily." He took one last glance at the gathering knights. He then glared at Logan. "Careful, milord. Though perhaps noble, most knights would find it unwise to interfere in matters that do not concern them." He roughly shouldered Logan out of the way, stalking from the garden in obvious anger.
Logan took a step in the direction Randall had fled, then halted. He gave his attention to Lady Katerina instead.
"Are you all right, milady?" he asked, protectively putting his arm around her.
She gave an involuntary shudder, though surprisingly welcomed his comfort. "Aye, I will be fine. Thank you, Sir Logan," she said, fighting back tears. She thought she had gotten over her past, but seeing Randall again was like ripping open an old wound.
Posted May 26, 2011
Awsome!! Very descriptive, you feel like you are there. You can even smell where Zoe and Sam are. Great book for kids, wholesome, no bad words, written for kids. Must read if you are a girl looking for a herion. Nice.
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Posted April 11, 2011
Good character development. The concept was different from the normal of good vs. bad. Good for young readers who love fantasy fiction. Also written for an adult to enjoy.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 4, 2009
Lady Katerina, heir to the throne of Latharian, is the one to fulfill the prophecy predicted many years earlier and defeat the Black Magic. When she is betrayed, her own dragonstone turns black. As she disowns her stone, she now becomes powerless.
After a three-year absence, she has returned to claim her crown only to discover there are forces to be reckoned with. She has now has a personal guard, but who is he really? Can he be trusted? Logan has secrets he keeps hidden. With Katerina's life in danger, is Logan a protector or betrayer? Unless the prophecy is fulfilled and the truth revealed, Latharia will be destroyed.
A fantasy has to be a good read to get my attention. Dragonstone is just that. Michele Young takes the reader into a land of dragons, elves, trolls, and giants. The characters are so lively that you can't help but become connected with them. There is just enough suspense to keep you turning the pages to see what the outcome is. A sequel would top this off.