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The Dragon Kings Book Thirteen

The Dragon Kings Book Thirteen

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Sid is tired of being caught in the middle a war with enemies he doesn’t understand.
After Jens kills one of his warriors, Sid puts all of his efforts into finding him, but his council revolts and says they are going to attack the castle.
Sid has to decide, chase after Jens or do what he can to protect Liam?He makes the wrong choice, and the consequences are devastating.

Synopsis

Sid is tired of being caught in the middle a war with enemies he doesn’t understand.

After Jens kills one of his warriors, Sid puts all of his efforts into finding him, but his council revolts and says they are going to attack the castle.

Sid has to decide, chase after Jens or do what he can to protect Liam?

He makes the wrong choice, and the consequences are devastating.

First Chapter

Jens waited on top of a mountain near a coast in Washington. His people should be there soon. He had considered tracking down the dragons who had been hunting Obsidian’s people, but those were hardened warriors, and for this, he needed a softer hand. So the rebels assembled a team of five dragons to assist Jens, and they were on their way to him right now.

Normally, he and the other rebel leaders wouldn’t send dragons like Maya and Abella on a mission like this: they were too uninformed and untested. But those in the inner circle—the ones who knew the real reason Jens was in America—would never have the patience for several young dragons. Especially if they wanted to raise them right. So Maya and Abella were here solely to care for the dragon babies.

Jens and the others would have to be careful what they said around the two. He didn’t know who was accompanying them, but he’d make sure they understood that it was critical they kept the true mission of the rebels quiet.

Jens shuffled back and forth. He liked being in his dragon form. It was one he didn’t get to take very often. But after they were done, he wouldn’t have to hide anymore. The time of the rebels had come.

Or, as he liked to refer to it, the time of the true dragons had come.

Dragons weren’t meant to be in a range of colors like they were here in the United States. In the beginning, there were only green dragons. But that was before the dragons and wizards became enemies. Back then, they were friends. Well, the dragons thought they were friends. The wizards crafted spells to manipulate the dragon forms, and over time, the different dragon clans emerged. But those abominations were about to be destroyed.

The American dragon wars had wiped out several of the unnatural creatures, and while thousands remained, Jens and the other rebel leaders felt like this would be the best opportunity to take back their kind.

Obsidian was now planning to attack the queen’s castle with many of his dragons. Her army would fight and create enough casualties for the rebel army to come in and take care of the rest of them.

If the rebel army did their job, by the time the war was over, only the forest dragons would remain, and all the wizard creations would be done for.

He’d screwed up though. His original mission had not involved retrieving dozens of young forest dragons, but he couldn’t help himself after he found out that the American bastards were holding their children hostage.

The other leaders had argued with him that they needed to wait until the war was over, but he couldn’t imagine the damage that was being inflicted on the children. They were being raised by dragons who were of mixed clans. Those were the worst abominations.

Once the war was over—and it would be a long one—the children could be hidden so deeply Jens and his people might never find them.

Several green specks flew off in the distance. He’d made no less than four phone calls to convince the other leaders that this was worth their time. But in the end, he’d won.

Five dragons landed. Jens was having trouble not showing too much excitement at the sight in front of him. He hadn’t seen his people like this for a very long time, and he couldn’t wait until the queen was dead and they could fly freely.

Lotte and Pietro were the best trackers he’d ever met. Jens was surprised that the leaders sent them. He figured they’d be better suited for the war, but he’d take them. Maybe his associates realized this was just as important as any other mission. Abella and Maya would take good care of the kids, and Seamus would kill someone for breathing on him wrong. It was the finest team he could hope for.

Where are the babies? Abella asked.

I don’t know. That’s why I called you. I have no idea how many there are or where they’re being kept. I was able to find the last known location, but they are gone. One child is on the run with Obsidian’s wife.

Take us to the last spot. We can track them from there, Lotte said.

Jens shook out his wings and took to the sky, savoring the cool air rushing past his face. He’d take them to Yosemite, and once they found the other children, he’d personally go after Aspen and Pepper.

And if Aspen wouldn’t give Pepper up, he’d have no problem killing her. She had no right to that child. Those dragons belonged to him and his people.

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