King of Dragons: Book 2 of the Ashridge Aventures

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Troubador Publishing Ltd, Aug 28, 2021 - Juvenile Fiction - 216 pages

Rumour has it that something is amiss at the castle and Elvie, a princess and now a fully-fledged dragon rider is to investigate using the secret passageways in the castle. Zuth, her dragon partner will be high in the sky ready to give her aid should she need it. In the depths of the dungeons in the castle, she is shocked to find someone who desperately needs rescuing – someone she knows very well. 

Flint, her friend, another dragon rider who used to be a servant at the castle is disturbed to hear that Elvie might be going into danger without him, however he is very surprised when he is sent away on his own mission without his dragon, Astaria but riding Rufus, a young and untested dragon who is actually bonded with Brutus, Elvie’s stepbrother. This is to be a learning curve for the two of them but, of course their journey does not run as smoothly as expected when they come under attack and Rufus is pierced by a poisoned dart. 

The story moves swiftly on to the stunning mirrored ballroom in the castle. Elvie accompanied by Brutus is invited to attend a masked ball, something which has not occurred for years and years. The question is: is it a trap? Can Elvie make the most of this opportunity to investigate further into the troubles at the castle and should she trust Brutus? What is it that the dark elves are searching so eagerly for in the forest and who is behind the troubles? Could it be the evil Blackheart? Why are the dark elves massing around a small lake between the two dragonholds? Who is friend and who can be trusted? Read on and find out!

 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
4
Section 3
8
Section 4
13
Section 5
17
Section 6
21
Section 7
26
Section 8
31
Section 23
111
Section 24
118
Section 25
123
Section 26
128
Section 27
134
Section 28
138
Section 29
143
Section 30
147

Section 9
36
Section 10
40
Section 11
44
Section 12
49
Section 13
53
Section 14
58
Section 15
63
Section 16
68
Section 17
73
Section 18
78
Section 19
84
Section 20
95
Section 21
100
Section 22
106
Section 31
151
Section 32
155
Section 33
159
Section 34
163
Section 35
167
Section 36
171
Section 37
175
Section 38
179
Section 39
185
Section 40
192
Section 41
198
Section 42
202
Section 43
208
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About the author (2021)

Pam G. Howard loves escaping into stories that tell of dragons and magic, good and evil. Living close to the magical Ashridge Forest is the perfect inspiration for this story, the second book in the series. She is always out exploring the forest hoping to catch sight of a dragons and other magical beasts.nbsp;It'll happen one day!

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