There Be Dragons

There Be Dragons


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There Be Dragons by Heather Graham, Cherif Fortin, Lynn Sanders

When the beautiful Marina tragically loses her parents, she is left alone and in the hands of the one responsible—the devious sorceress, Geovana. Greedy for power, Geovana arranges for the girl to marry her evil son, even though Marina is in love with someone else. As Christmas day approaches, the girl is faced with the terrible choice to either save her land and her people or follow her heart and believe in the magic of Christmas and true love. This enchanting holiday tale also includes an audio CD of original Christmas songs by the author as well as several classic carols.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781605420714
Publisher: Medallion Media Group
Publication date: 09/01/2009
Pages: 100
Sales rank: 1,041,286
Product dimensions: 8.36(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.51(d)

About the Author

Heather Graham is the New York Times– and USA Today–bestselling author of more than 100 novels and novellas, including The Death Dealer and The Flynn Brothers Trilogy. She lives in Coral Gables, Florida. Cherif Fortin is a freelance photographer, illustrator, and writer. Lynn Sanders is an artist, photographer, and writer of romance fiction and children’s books. They both live in Chicago.

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There Be Dragons 2.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
lisamichelle10 More than 1 year ago
This is a great coffee table book for the holidays, plus I really enjoyed reading it! The CD was a real bonus as well.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Bought the ebook with the synopsis mentioning an audio cd containing songs.....still can't find the audio. Did I load the ebook incorrectly or was the synopsis misleading?
Mia-T More than 1 year ago
If you like fairy tales, you will enjoy this short story. It takes elements from classic fairy tales to spin a slightly different version. Written in classic form.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When the epilogue only leaves you more confused, it should tip you off that the story to follow is probably not worth your time.
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84 pages
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What a great, quick read. I just love fairie tales. This was a delightfully short story to entertain you for about anhour.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Once upon the time in the medieval magical kingdom of Calasia, Marina is the only surviving member of her family, .the daughter of the House of D'Or, The Count of D'Artois, her step-father is giving Marina in marriage to the Count Carlo Baristo whom his fiancée loathes. Carlo's mother Countess Geovana arranged the marriage by ingratiating herself with D'Artois. While wandering outside the castle a concerned Marina meets a wounded falcon who speaks and insists she is the fairy Thomasina. The fairy grants Marina three wishes. While one of them is an indulgence in which she asks for Carlo to make a fool of himself, the second is for her to spend a day with the love of her life. That man turns out to be Michelo, the son of Duke Fiorelli, engaged to marry her stepsister Daphne, whom he does not like. Marina and Michelo meet and fall in love. When his father hears from the falcon that Michelo should marry the woman nearest to where an olive branch falls; Geovana will prevent that from happening by conjuring up evil to insure the death of Marina. People of all ages will enjoy Heather Graham's fine fairy tale enhanced with thirty colorful illustrations by Cherif Fortin & Lynn Sanders spread throughout the novel and a CD of original related Christmas songs. This is a spellbinding tale though like most fairy tales the cast is stereotyped between the forces of good and evil as malevolence can wear the disguise of attractiveness (think of the witch in Snow White) leaving intelligent people to go beyond the surface to the inner beauty. Harriet Klausner