Wings of Change [NOOK Book]

Overview

A dying dragon brings revelation of even more magical creatures than himself, and a woman that could unite them all.

Reynor is a dragon, wounded in battle and too young to deal with the guilt wracking both himself and his young knight. He crawls off to die alone but encounters a young woman who will not let him pass.

Lucia is a refugee from her own land, glad to find peace ...
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Wings of Change

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Overview

A dying dragon brings revelation of even more magical creatures than himself, and a woman that could unite them all.

Reynor is a dragon, wounded in battle and too young to deal with the guilt wracking both himself and his young knight. He crawls off to die alone but encounters a young woman who will not let him pass.

Lucia is a refugee from her own land, glad to find peace and anonymity in Draconia. When she encounters her first dragon and realizes the state he’s in, she cannot let him leave this world without at least trying to help him. Gathering her courage, she marches up to the castle Lair and demands to speak to his knight.

Sir Kaden is in deep despair about Reynor’s injury and doesn’t know what to do, or even where to find the giant dragon. When Lucia storms the castle and demands Kaden wake up and go help his partner, he realizes not only has he been given a second chance with his dragon, but he’s also met an intriguing woman who might just be his mate.

Sir Marcus agrees. Marcus is the knight partnered with Reynor’s mate, and together, the four of them make up a small family unit, only wanting one thing…a mate for the two human knights.

They find Reynor near death. Only a miracle can save him now, but Lucia might hold the key—and her love—which is the greatest miracle of all.

Yes, this story is a menage. You have been warned.

* This novella is part of the Dragon Knights series, which also includes:
Maiden Flight
The Dragon Healer
Border Lair
Master at Arms
The Ice Dragon
Prince of Spies
FireDrake
Dragon Storm
Keeper of the Flame
Hidden Dragons
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Editorial Reviews

My Book Cravings - Robin S.
"Ms. D'Arc has done it again. Wings of Change is another hit in her arsenal of stories...She has the power to take me into the story as a silent partner on the adventure, which I call magic since not all have it...Very well done, Ms. D'Arc worthy of a recommended read and a high five."
Erotic Escapades - Megan B.
"With characters so colorful and lifelike you feel like you could talk to them and a world so vibrant you see it take form and change before your eyes, Wings of Change is a magnificent addition to the Dragon Knights series."
Romance Junkies - Nickie Langdon
"...a wonderfully exciting and romantically wicked story of love... I'll definitely read more stories from this saga and recommend this one. It's a keeper."
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940151287012
  • Publisher: Liefde Press
  • Publication date: 3/12/2015
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 30,852
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

A life-long martial arts enthusiast, Bianca enjoys a number of hobbies and interests that keep her busy and entertained such as playing the guitar, shopping, painting, shopping, skiing, shopping, road trips, and did we say… um… shopping? A bargain hunter through and through, Bianca loves the thrill of the hunt for that excellent price on quality items, though she’s hardly a fashionista. She likes nothing better than curling up by the fire with a good book, or better yet, by the computer, writing a good book.
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  • Posted March 30, 2012

    Entertaining

    Enjoyed the story, good series

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2015

    Still A Great Read

    Second time around this is still a great read, The Dragon is in so much pain she has to do something to help. Will her percious gift help or hurt only time a the Mother of All knows. Meantime long lost friends have found each other bringing together all those who love this wotld to fight back evil once again. Looking forward to next in this storyline.

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