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“I want all of them dead! Kill them all!” The man snarled viciously. The people near him flinch at the rage in his voice.
“Yes your highness,” a young man said with a bow before scurrying away, his voice quivering with fear.
All of the people in the room felt their bodies cowering in fear at the man’s anger. He was their King, the werewolf King, and he was extremely powerful over all of them.
He would become honored and his command would be remembered for centuries, as it led to the end of Fire Dragons, or so everyone thought.
15 Years Later
The King was staring out the window in his son’s room, thinking about his new wife, who was currently pregnant with their second child. She was sick though, and the doctors fear she wouldn’t survive long enough to give birth.
“Father? Why do the peasant children tell stories of Fire Dragons? I thought they were just a myth.” The King turned his head and sees his son sitting on his bed, staring at the ceiling, his eyebrows scrunched in confusion.
“They were real, they have been turned into myth,” he said, sitting on the bed beside his son.
“What happened to all of the Fire Dragons?” The boy asked curiously, turning toward his father.
“They were destroyed. I ordered for all of them to be hunted down and killed. A Fire Dragon killed your mother and your sister. She was 12, and it was about a moon after you turned 2 years,” the King told his son, his voice filled with grief.
The boy’s eyes grew sad and slowly filled with tears as the story of his mother and sister’s deaths continued to fill his thoughts. He began to hate dragons, even though he had never met or seen one.
“Are there any dragons left?” The boy asked his father.
“It is impossible to be sure, but I want you to promise me something,” the King paused.
“Of course, anything at all father,” the boy replied eagerly.
“If you ever find a Fire Dragon, I want you to torture and destroy it so that it feels the pain our family has suffered.”
Ayesha Shaikh: I love the twists. 😆I like how the writer describes everyone's point of view and the character development. I'm gonna read all the books by this author (current and upcoming). She's one of my favorites now. The spelling mistakes are normal no big deal, the amazing plot makes up for it. Thank you ...
rihannabkj2: Great story,I can hardly stop reading this novel. it shows that compassion and love can still exist after so many years between two persons. I most say well done to the Author who wrote this book. Others should read this book inorder to know that there can still be LOVE among two persons no matt...
Bri Hoffer: I couldn't put it down!! The characters are all incredibly likable, and it's so descriptive you can see, smell, and feel thier surroundings. Great story, and very well written. I cannot wait for follow up stories. there were a few grammatical errors, but nothing that I could move right over.
Giuliana Cassetta: My face is full of tears, I never cried like now with a book or even a movie. I loved every single chapter. I truly don't know what to say, I'm out of words and my eyes hurt from crying. Such an bittersweet story, it's so wonderful. One of my favorites for sure. Keep it up!
kwilliams: I am an avid reader, and I do mean AVID and few indie authors capture my attention the way you have. I absolutely fell in love with these characters and their story. I'm usually not a fan of the cliff hanger endings (be it a series or not), but this one made me download the Kindle app just so I c...
maryahbeebe66: OMG I fell in love with the story and how the characters fall into place. I'm really excited to read more into the story and hope there's a sequel to it. My fav characters are Dylan and Laila. Your doing a great job keep it up 👏🏾
Sandra Estrada: I loved every minute of it and I thank my lucky stars that brought me to the story, it's been a whirlwind of emotions, plot twist after plot twist but I never got tired of them. Abby and Kade's story is a hard one to understand but once you're submerged in their story and love, you can't help but...
genlynne2379: I read the other review of this book and I must say that I disagree with it wholeheartedly. I do not believe the author put the apostrophes in the names just to be unique, but because the characters are supposedly of a different race than humans. They are Anmah. They should have different names a...
Stephen Warner: To start off, I am thoroughly impressed. The writing style is somewhat unique, and the plot seemed to move at a nice and steady pace. However, I was not expecting this to be a vampire book! I am usually not one for novels about vampires, but I was pleasantly surprised! You wrote with such grace a...
catd69: Karim is a very talented writer. When I started reading his journey it took me into the book and I was in the story till the end. I've never felt this way with any other writers stories. If you want to read a gripping adventure, this will be the one book I would suggest you pick.
SandraHan1: This story is very descriptive, with vivid scenes from the very beginning, which made for a good scene setting. I love the symbolism in names, such as “Naysayers”, “Hadd”, etc . The story itself is revolutionary, intriguing, emotional and exciting. I was very pleased to see that there is a happy ...
OpheliaJones: This story took a different kind of spin on the "normal girl lives with definitely not normal guy" plot. The plot points of Frey's father, Liam's family, and Frey's view of Liam's world were good to read. She did not fall in love with him in the first couple weeks. Their lives were not smooth in ...