treachery, then these tales of adventure and magic in a world where just about
anything’s possible will give you a few great hours of directed exercise for
What would happen if the world suddenly turned into a giant commercial break? Unfortunately, Jade is about to find out, thanks to her little brother’s stupid wish.
Not only must she face dumb ads coming to life around her every minute of the day. She’s also being stalked by the most terrifying one of all: the creepy, ever-smiling Burger Planet mascot!
If Jade is unable to face him, she risks losing everyone she cares about to thirty-second slots forever.
*This is a novella at about 23,000 words long. It’s not too serious.*
Lyra McCauley receives an alarming letter from the coroner who evaluated her deceased aunt, originally thought to have died of cancer. The news causes Lyra to take leave from her job and travel from sunny Tampa to the frozen island community in northern Michigan. Questioning whether Dragonspeir magic was responsible for her aunt’s death, she resolves to learn the truth and accepts the Imperial Dragon’s appointment into the Alliance sorcery training.
Additionally, becoming proficient in magic craft is the only way she can bridge the gap between her mortal human world and her lover’s. Cullen, a 220-year-old wizard, is dependent upon his Dragonspeir magic for immortality. He is her only family now; she cannot lose him.
Evil forces block her and try to steal her inherited scribal aura. Riding a stealth dragon, a cloaked rider pursues Lyra. Both the Alliance and Dark Realm alchemists lay tricks and traps. Her aura equals that of the first and most powerful Scribe, but will Lyra’s novice training allow her to discover the truth? Will she be able to be with Cullen, or will the Dark Realm keep them apart?
What they’re saying about it:
“If you love books full of magic, adventure, and Dragons this series is for you!” ~Brandy at All the Fun Starts After Dark
“Moore weaves a tale of love, magic and danger that draws you into the story. You want to keep reading and see what happens next for Lyra. I was honestly sad when the book ended and wanted more. I’ve decided that I need to go back and read the first one. You can pick up the second book and not be lost, but there are references back that don’t make a lot of sense if you haven’t read the first story. The book was well written, stands alone on it’s own and is a great example of fantasy and magic for those who enjoy magic in their stories. ~Margaret at The Book Hoard
“I have to admit to being a sucker for Dragon books. I love dragons and magic. I love that the animals (dragons, unicorns, owl, etc) are fully realized individual entities in this book. A romance with adventure, a quest, a unicorn, dragons, and a happy ending is just what I needed today.
Marsha Moore has created a unique, fascinating world that I would love to visit… okay maybe after all the fighting is done, but visit nonetheless. The character, human and otherwise, have individual personality trait with their own idiosyncrasy. It was fun to see them interact and develop as the story progressed.” ~Mindy at Books, Books, Books
I can only hope this gifted writer is somewhere working on the continuation.”