*A land ruled by the Dragon Queen
*An exiled dragon prince
*A girl of mysterious origins
*Division will destroy them
Cecily Burns’ world is ruled by Queen Saranyu, the dragon queen, who devoured her father’s leg. Even though Cecily knows the dark side of dragonkind, she befriends Derek, Queen’s Saranyu’s son. Though such bonds between humans and dragons are forbidden, the two pursue their destiny as true mates.
Their rebellion has a price — an ultimatum from Queen Saranyu to her son: Cecily and banishment, or the throne.
Derek defies his mother and chooses Cecily.
The shock of Derek’s mutiny drives Queen Saranyu into a life-threatening coma that leaves her kingdom in turmoil. In the queen’s absence, humans disappear mysteriously as Sahak, her older son, masterminds a treasonous plot for the throne. Cecily suffers horrific visions, and not even Derek’s love can protect her from a transformation that might force dragonkind to retaliate.
Cecily must discover what her change means before Sahak steals the throne and eliminates humanity.
Dawn of the Dead
Dawn sees dead people.
Unfortunately, she sees her dead uncle, in the form of a raven, every day, too.
Luckily, seeing and speaking to the dead comes in handy when you’re trying to find lost children, and Dawn is going to need all her powers to find a little girl kidnapped by her ex-felon father. However, the dead person Dawn calls on for aid with the case isn’t all that helpful. It doesn’t talk. Turns out it can’t because “it” is a baby.
Now, Dawn is racing to save a lost little girl before it’s too late while trying to find a murderer and put to rest a dead infant.
Whoever came up with the saying “Rest In Peace” had clearly never been a Necromancer.
Acknowledgements for Dawn of the Dead:
Thanks to Charliegal who let me use her stock from here:
No Sympathy for the Dead