Dragon Destiny

Dragon Destiny

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Lord Branin of the dragshi, is more than just a man, but two beings-one a dragon, the other a human. The pair share one body in space in time and are able to change forms with the other at will. From the time Branin's twinned soul, Llewlyn, awoke, Branin knew the freedom of flight. However, being a shifter comes with a price. Branin and Llewlyn are the only two of their kind who have not found their intended mates, despite millennia of waiting... and searching.

The red-haired firebrand, Broch of Ky'Port plans to fill that position in Branin's life-with or without his cooperation.

For eons, he fears he would never find a woman with her own dragon soul partner-until one day another's mind touched his.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 250 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 13mm | 340g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1497346649
  • 9781497346642

About Helen Henderson

Although I wrote fiction for myself as long as I can remember, and been a professional writer for many years, pursuing publication for my fiction is a more recent endeavor. Published fiction includes two fantasy series: the Dragshi Chronicles and the Windmaster novels. Among other topics, my published non-fiction covers antiques, history, and battlefield archeology. (Yes, I do know the subject and have participated in digs using both traditional screen and trowel methods and the new-fangled metal detectors.) I'm also proud of my two local histories, "Matawan and Aberdeen - Of Town and Field" and "Around Matawan & Aberdeen." As a person, I have tried to find a balance between my typical Gemini characteristics. My heritage is also a reflection of contrasts -- the descendent of a coal-miner's daughter and an aviation flight engineer. I grew up knowing the simple life on a farm, yet my professional career was designing computers. This dichotomy shows in my writing which crosses genres from historical adventures (written while listening to the Ashokan Farewell), westerns to western movie themes and science fiction/fantasy to the lilting tunes of Celtic harp and flute. Join me as we journey among the stars, to the past both near and far, or to worlds of imagination.
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