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NEW RELEASE TODAY!
Crimson Tree Publishing has an awesome new release available today. Fans of the Dragons of Eternity Series by Julie Wetzel have been waiting for this exciting sequel to the first book. Check out the release day information below, and if you haven’t started this series, make sure to grab your free copy of On the Accidental Wings of Dragons today.
FOR THE MEMORY OF DRAGONS by Julie Wetzel
BOOK TWO in the Dragons of Eternity Series. Read BOOK ONE for FREE!
What do you do when a dragon crash-lands in your backyard?
That’s the question Terra’s faced with when one of these creatures plows down into her cornfield. Should she help out the hunk of a man the dragon turns into, or turn him over to the trigger-happy ‘authorities’ that have come looking for him? The deciding factor—he has no memory. Giving him up just doesn’t seem right… at least until she knows the truth of who he is.
Alex has forgotten a thing or two—his name being one of them—but he knows there is something important that he needs to remember, if he could just get his battered brain to work properly. A little rest might help, but there’s no time for that when the bullets start flying.
Now he has to follow the few clues he has to discover who he is, and why people are trying to kill him. But that’s the easy part. The hard part will be keeping his hands off the lovely lady helping him.
For the Memory of Dragons is the exciting sequel to On the Wings of Accidental Dragons by Julie Wetzel.
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