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The Dragon Kings Book Twenty-Three

The Dragon Kings Book Twenty-Three

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Liam and Grace head to Scotland to find and do away with the wizard that’s controlling the guardians and trying to kill Isa.
Once they arrive in the village, they discover finding him may be harder than they thought, as the villagers are less than cooperative.
In the end they find him, but discover they’ve left Isa in even more danger…


Synopsis

Liam and Grace head to Scotland-

to find and do away with the wizard that’s controlling the guardians and trying to kill Isa.

Once they arrive in the village, they discover finding him may be harder than they thought, as the villagers are less than cooperative.

In the end they find him, but discover they’ve left Isa in even more danger…

First Chapter

Sid thought that after a rousing speech like he gave, he and the other dragons would’ve taken off right away to attack the queen. But no. There were warriors who still hadn’t arrived at the cove and others who needed to talk to him. All in all, it was several hours before they could depart. Sid’s temper was on edge by the time they took off.

The flight to the island was long, nearly twelve hours, and they would have to rest before they attacked. He was tired of waiting. He wanted to act. But he couldn’t have exhausted warriors. They’d lose for sure.

Pines and towering mountains dotted the island, and snow covered the entire surface. The height of summer was near, and Sid wondered if the ground ever thawed. Probably not.

Did Liam enjoy it when he was alive? Did he fly over these peaks and trees and realize it was the last thing he would see? Sid wanted to let out a flame in anger, but that would be foolish. They needed to remain unseen.

The most crucial element of their plan was surprise. While he and Aspen could shield themselves, the others could not. When he became king, he and Aspen were given all kinds of different gifts from the dragon races, one of which was the ability to camouflage themselves like Baden. He rarely used that skill.

Baden flew in front because he was the only one who knew where he was going. He flew north, sticking to the sea, and into a tiny cave.

They all landed hard on the stone, changed into humans, and scrambled inside. Baden started a fire, and Aspen pulled food out of their packs. Sid was starving, and he guessed everyone else was as well.

“Do you think we were seen on approach?” Sid asked.

Baden shook his head. “I was looking for the sentries but didn’t see any. We should be fine.”

The small cave began to warm to a comfortable level once filled with the humans and their fires. This was not a place where Sid would want to spend much time as a human. Dragon, maybe. But then again, he probably wouldn’t step foot on this island once he got his revenge.

Liam died on this island.

Sid shouldn’t be thinking about Liam right now. It would only cloud his judgment. But it was difficult not to when this was why they had come. Not only him but his warriors. Many of his dragons were young men and women, friends of Liam’s who were ready to fight.

Sid studied the cave and tried to see if there was evidence of the tunnel, but exhaustion overwhelmed him.

“Eat and then sleep for four hours,” he announced. “We don’t know when we will rest again. Make peace with your gods, for you might not make it out alive.”

He hated saying those words, but they were walking into a viper’s den, and who knew how many would be poisoned by night’s end.

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