Drinks and Sinkholes: A Cozy Fantasy Novel

Drinks and Sinkholes: A Cozy Fantasy Novel

by S. Usher Evans
Drinks and Sinkholes: A Cozy Fantasy Novel

Drinks and Sinkholes: A Cozy Fantasy Novel

by S. Usher Evans

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Overview

Warm beds, quaint mysteries, and the best rosemary bread this side of Pigsend Creek. Welcome to the Weary Dragon Inn.

Bev may not know who she was before she showed up in the quaint village of Pigsend five years ago, but that doesn't bother her much. She's made a tidy little life for herself as the proprietor of the Weary Dragon Inn, where the most notable event is when she makes her famous rosemary bread.

But when earthquakes and sinkholes start appearing all over town, including near Bev's front door, she's got to put on her sleuthing hat to figure out what—or who—might be causing them before the entire town disappears.

Drinks and Sinkholes is the first book in the Weary Dragon Inn Series, a cozy fantasy by two-time award-winning author S. Usher Evans.

The Weary Dragon Inn Series
  1. Drinks and Sinkholes
  2. Fiends and Festivals
  3. Secrets and Snowflakes
  4. Beasts and Baking
  5. Magic and Molemen
  6. Veils and Villains
  7. Zealots and Zeniths
  8. Campaigns and Curses
  9. Poisons and Perils
  10. Royals and Ruses

Product Details

BN ID: 2940186617150
Publisher: Sun's Golden Ray Publishing
Publication date: 09/05/2023
Series: The Weary Dragon Inn , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 4,208
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

S. Usher Evans was born and raised in Pensacola, Florida. After a decade of fighting bureaucratic battles as an IT consultant in Washington, D.C., she suffered a massive quarter-life-crisis. She decided fighting dragons was more fun than writing policy, so she moved back to Pensacola to write books full-time. She currently resides there with her husband and kids, and frequently can be found plotting on the beach.
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