Dragons of Fire and Ice: Escape from Adiren … now available!

The dragons have now been released! 😀 That’s because my debut novella is now available to buy on Amazon. Hooray! 😀

It is a high fantasy tale featuring a mated pair of gay dragon­shifters, Quinn and Jay. The story itself is rated at PG­13 for scenes of dragon-­on-­orc fighting. (please note: while the pairing is M/M, the book itself is non-explicit.)

EXCERPT

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When Quinn, a fire-drake and Alpha-in-Waiting of the Adiren Flight goes to war with orcs accompanied by his flight of dragon-shifters, he is saved from harm by Jay, an ice-drake and Beta dragon-shifter. When Jay is also injured, Quinn decides to take Jay back to Adiren, despite the fact that Jay is counted amongst the enemy. What will happen when the rest of Quinn’s flight discover what has happened?

EXCERPT (1)

We almost were too late. The orcs were already streaming into the village streets, beating back the humans, the ferociously fighting werewolves and the magic-wielding elves, through brute force and strength. Some of the ice drakes were already there, chilly bodies sending forth streams of ice down upon the heads of the orcs below. I had little time to think or to observe, however, for my flight was waiting for my command to join the fray. I sent a blast of jetting fire down at the nearest orc as my signal, before I swooped in and began to fight.
My flight fanned out around me, and they found space and purchase where they could. Swords, axes and the brute strength of those riding on the backs of dragons, gryphons and winged horses soon began to drive the hordes back, coupled with the might of the ice drakes themselves. I found myself fighting alongside an unmarked Beta ice drake, which was surprising in and of itself; it was very rare to find one of the male’s age that was unclaimed. One could always tell when a dragon of any kind had been mated; they bore the marks and scars of their bonding proudly upon their necks. I felt shame then, for I, too, was unmarked, unclaimed, unmated.
Despite the inexplicable feud between dragons of fire and ice, I found that the unclaimed Beta and I fought alongside each other well, his ice complimenting my fire well, without word or thought or even prior direction. Our bodies twined easily about each other as we parried and sank and blasted fire and ice down upon the heads of the marauding orcs. I was impressed by the unknown ice Beta’s fighting skills, that he was almost on a par with an Alpha proved that he was a very strong Beta indeed. He was strong enough and eligible enough to become second in command even, if he was mated. I felt a strong surge of protectiveness then, of a need to claim that Beta as mine, and his very body seemed almost to encourage it, neither shying away nor repelling me as we continued to fight alongside one another.

The Book Trailer!

PLEASE NOTE: THIS VIDEO CONTAINS FLASHING IMAGES!

My book trailer also can be found on the trailer-appropriate blog post

And if you would like to sample some of Quinn and Jay’s world for FREE, then you can read a few stories about them on my Wattpad account. Please note that ‘Escape From Adiren’ is a prequel to these fics. Escape from Adiren is the tale of when Jay and Quinn first meet and fall in love, bless.

Dragons of Fire and Ice On Wattpad!

The book can be obtained via Amazon here –

DRAGONS OF FIRE AND ICE: ESCAPE FROM ADIREN! ONLY ON AMAZON!

You can also visit me at my Amazon Author Central Page!!!

S S LONG on AMAZON!

Copy of Copy of DRAGONS OF FIRE AND ICE (1)

Copy of Coming Soon!

I’m excitedly banging my knee like Rammstein’s Till Lindemann out of sheer release day excitement!

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