One Good Dragon Deserves Another (Heartstrikers, Book 2) by Rachel Aaron
By Rachel Aaron
After slightly escaping the machinations of his terrifying mom, all figuring out seers, and numerous bloodthirsty siblings, the very last thing Julius desires to see is one other dragon. regrettably for him, the one other thing harmful than being a lifeless Heartstriker is being an invaluable one, and now that he’s obtained an in with the 3 Sisters, Julius has develop into a key pawn in Bethesda the Heartstriker’s gamble to place her extended family on most sensible.
Refusal to play with his mother’s plans skill dying, yet there’s extra occurring than even Bethesda understands, and with Estella again within the online game with a vengeance, Heartstriker futures disappearing, and Algonquin’s dragon hunter final in, the stakes are better than even a seer can calculate. but if his strongest family begin shedding like flies, it falls to Julius to shield the extended family that by no means revered him and turn out that, occasionally, the world’s worst dragon is the simplest one to have in your side.
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