Dragon Song

 


DRAGON SONG

by Shirley McCoy


GENRE:  Paranormal Romance



Dragons rule the world. Princess Morgan Talbot of Esterhaven knows one rules her. Rownar, the most powerful dragon of all, forced a magical bond with her at a tender age. He intends to corrupt her soul, then consume her body. Now of age, Morgan knows she must take back her life and defeat Rownar, and all his kind. Connor O'Malley is the greatest dragon slayer alive. He spends one memorable night with Morgan, never thinking to see her again. Until he does. He is deeply shaken to learn the woman he fell for is a princess and determined to conquer Rownar herself. When Connor offers to train her, Morgan reluctantly accepts. Now an epic battle will begin, for a princess's life, her soul, her kingdom, and the world.



Enjoy an Excerpt:


As they cautiously navigated through the hoard, Morgan detected a slight glow in her peripheral vision. It flared up, then subsided. As they stepped forward, she discerned it again, and this time she whipped around quickly enough to see a small magical symbol etched in the floor behind them light up, then dim. 


“Oh no,” she murmured. 


“What’s wrong?” Connor demanded in a sharp tone.


She paced further and showed him. “I think if Meglos doesn’t already know we are here, he will soon.”


As if on cue, deep within the cave, the sound of an almighty clang of metal meeting metal filled their ears. Then came a roar, the kind which could only be made by a dragon. 


Morgan knew her eyes must be wide as saucers, but she couldn’t seem to help it or move at all, in fact. Horror rooted her to the spot, unable even to speak, much less move.


Connor was not so afflicted. “Run!” 


When she didn’t twitch so much as an eyelash, he yelled, “Run, Morgan!”


The volume of his words, his manner, and most of all, the use of her name, snapped her out of her panicked shock at last. She went from utter stillness to moving faster than she ever had in her life.


The dragon, shrieking and breathing fire all the while, flew after them.




About the Author:



Shirley McCoy grew up in Baton Rouge, LA and started writing at an early age. Always talkative, when she was eleven she began to put her thoughts on paper, writing stories inspired by some of her favorite writers, Laura Ingalls Wilder and Madeline L'Engle. As she grew older, she developed a love of romance and in 2009 she decided to try her hand at paranormal romance. The result was The Smoke and the Flame and its sequel, The Wind and the Fire. The Smoke and the Flame is the first novel she has ever completed, although she has written several unpublished screenplays.


Shirley graduated from Nicholls State University where she majored in History and minored in English. Since graduating (she doesn't like to think about how long ago that was) she has worked at some of the best libraries in the Baton Rouge area. She makes her home there and enjoys spending time with family members that live in town as well as with those that live out of town. She also loves seeing movies, reading, and going to the park with her niece in her free time.


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Comments

  1. Thank you so much for featuring this book today.

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  2. I love the cover, synopsis and excerpt, Dragon Song is a must read for me. If given the choice would you rather see your story made into a movie or an animated film?

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  3. Thanks for sharing. This book sounds good.

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  4. The author is unable to leave a comment and has asked us to say thank you to her host today, and thanks very must to all of the visitors. Her apologies for not being able to respond directly.

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  5. This book features a Dragon Slayer and a Princess not to mention a fantasy villain. That sounds like amazing paranormal read!

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  6. This sounds like a book I'd enjoy reading.

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