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Dragons of the Watchby Donita K. Paul
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Trapped in a forgotten city, bound by secrets, Ellie and Bealomondore must enlist the dragons of the watch to find freedom.
Ellie knows exactly where she is going. She just wants to experience the pomp and circumstance of a royal wedding, then settle into a simple life with a country husband.
With too many choices, Bealomondore’s future is a tangle of possibilities. He is respected, well-known, and admired among the elite of Chiril, but Wulder demands he narrow his focus and follow his Creator, one step at a time.
Both Ellie and Bealomondore’s plans are thwarted when they find themselves lost in an isolated city. As they discern the needs of a group of wild children and a very old man, clues began to surface and a bigger picture is revealed. With the help of the dragons of the watch, can the two tumanhofers find the way out—and perhaps discover their connection to something greater than themselves?
Effie knew exactly where shewas going, and talented artist-turned-hero Bealomondore knew he had too many choices for his future. Each course would satisfy some part of his desires, but each opportunity precluded following the others. Putting off making decisions seemed reasonable until after he fulfilled his obligation to Queen Tipper and Paladin. Neither Effie nor Bealomondore anticipated an obstacle too big to avoid. In Dragons of the Watch, the two find themselves trapped in amagically isolated city. To find the way out, they must identify the specific needs of a band of feral children and a very old man. Along the way, they recognize their own desires to be a part of something bigger than their small circle of life. Bigger includes lifelong ambitions, a satisfying romantic love, and commitment to the Creator of their universe.
About the Author
Donita K. Paul is the author of The Dragons of Chiril, Dragons of the Valley, and the bestselling DragonKeeper Chronicles with more than a quarter of a million books in print. She enjoys cooking, beading, stamping, knitting, and her grandsons. Not necessarily in that order. Visit her website at DonitaKPaul.com.
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