The Dragon's Daughter

The Dragon's Daughter

by Sharon Honeycutt


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The Dragon's Daughter by Sharon Honeycutt

Mariah Baxter only has to make it through two more years in Fountain Park and then she can get away-away from her small town, from the kids at school who hate her, but most of all from her dad who just happens to be a grand dragon in the Ku Klux Klan.

For more than ten years, Mariah's worn the robe and hood. She's gone to the rallies, carried the torches. For more than ten years, she's toed the line. She's been the good Klan daughter her father expected her to be-there were no other options. At least, that's what she'd grown up believing.

But Mariah's junior year changes everything. Her life suddenly becomes more dangerous-and yet better-all at once. Taking a leap that will test the strength of the chains that have bound her all her life, Mariah might break free, but that freedom may cost her more than she could have ever imagined.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692244227
Publisher: Yellow Daisies Publishing
Publication date: 06/27/2014
Pages: 268
Sales rank: 827,222
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

Sharon Honeycutt was born and still lives in rural Indiana. She spent most of her growing-up years on a small farm and was blessed with a wonderful family.

A former schoolteacher, she has been working since 2012 as a full-time freelance editor.
She lives in a small town with her husband, their daughter, and their two cats, and she's working on her next novel, a ghost story set in the mountains in Tennessee.

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The Dragon's Daughter 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MellyMel414 More than 1 year ago
I am torn on this review. Honestly, I loved the book. But I wanted more. I wish it had a little more about the characters, a little more at the end explaining how it all played out. I suppose that is a sign of a great book when the reader feels they could have continued another 200 pages. That would be my only criticism is that I felt like it was too short & more of a day read than a novel. I would definitely recommend it to people & will be anxious to read this authors next book!