As I’ve said in a previous post, I love the Fantasy genre! Dragon stories have been a staple of my personal reading since I was small, and my house is decorated with dragon statuettes even now. But I’ve never met a dragon quite as snarky as Gnaw in Dragon’s Curse. Also, being a certified herbalist and nutritional counselor, I felt a special connection with the protagonist, Shannon. If I were going to be the heroine of a Dragon-based fantasy story, I would probably be Shannon Macaulay. Throw in a couple of villains who could inspire some amazing theme music, and you’ve got a recipe for an enjoyable 5 hours of listening!
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Here’s the Story:
On her first assignment out of the Academy, young healer and scholar Shannon Macaulay is summoned to the struggling kingdom of Regone to see to the wounds of a young but crippled king. When the unwanted attentions of an aggressive knight and the sudden appearance of a hated dragon turn her world upside down, she decides to take matters into her own hands even if doing so proves dangerous. Finding herself strangely drawn to the company of the dragon, Gnaw, Shannon must force herself out of her safe world of books and botany to come to the aid of her unexpected ally in a strange kingdom, cursed by a fateful encounter with a dragon and the loss of a beloved prince. Can she learn to put aside her fears, and perhaps sacrifice her deepest desires, to help a friend and restore a family?