Oh my, it’s a boy and it has claws…Dragon’s Hope, Book II of the Dragon Eggs series by Emily Martha Sorensen.
This is such a cute story with some of the best covers…Ever.
Cover: Eva Urbanikova
They’d barely finished saying, I do, when…
Congratulations, it’s a boy…with claws, a tail, and a hearty appetite.
What does he eat? And what’s in his diaper?
Does he have tantrums and cry like a baby when he wants or needs something? And what’s that sound like?
What happened to all the adult dragons? Why are the eggs hatching now?
This wonderfully cute novella kept me in smiles as I watched Rose and Henry trying to take care of the baby dragon, Virgil, who adopted them as his parents.
What does the future hold in store for them?
This series does not stand alone, but I will tell you that I look forward to each and every novella and eagerly anticipate reading this fun story in its entirety.
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Dragon’s Hope by Emily Martha Sorensen.
As their wedding day fast approaches, Rose’s nerves hit their peak. More and more, she finds herself drawn to the other dragon eggs, pleading with them to hatch so that she won’t be the only mother to a baby dragon in New York City.
But when one of other eggs finally does awaken, the second dragon bonds with someone Rose would never have expected . . . and who does not seem suitable as a parent.
ABOUT EMILY MARTHA SORENSEN
Emily is a prolific writer with many titles to choose from. She writes of fairies, dragons, fantasy, science fiction, steampunk, world peace in short stories and flash fiction.
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