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The Blue Dragon

Lt. Samantha Collins devoted fifteen years to the Canadian Forces Health Services. A mortar attack during her last mission in Afghanistan left her with serious, long-term injuries. She returns to Ontario and discovers she’s been named sole heir to an estate by an unknown great-aunt, Ester Cohen. She is excited to be given this opportunity, but shocked to find Esther was a classic hoarder.

A Score to Settle

WESTERN: It’s 1870, and rancher Ansel Lawson goes to his grave without sharing the location of his stolen gold to a band of thieves. In retaliation, they murder Ansel’s wife, Maybelle, their grown son’s wife, and his young son and burn both their ranches. Del Lawson barely escaped with his life.

NOVELLA: Following the death of his brother, fifteen-year-old Christian Bainbridge is shuffled off to the home of his older cousin. There, Christian is determined to succeed on his own. Though his cousin is a scoundrel, one thing makes his few weeks there bearable: he gets to observe a young housemaid as she reads with determination each evening on the veranda.

Holly Jennings and Lachlan McKenney are both dragon shifters, and they fell in love with each other ten years ago, but Lachlan’s responsibilities and his plans for his future don’t allow room for love. Consequently, he breaks Holly’s heart and leaves her alone, even though they are fated mates. In the ensuing years, they have tried to get over one another, but neither succeeds.

The Golden Princess (Chronicles of Fu Xi)
Brian L. Braden
Narrator: Philip Battley

This story takes place in the city of Hur-ar, nicknamed the City of Gold, located near the Caucus Mountains. As the tale begins, Sarah is a Princess in the House of Azubehl. She is the daughter of High Princess Meribeph and Prince Azubehl, and her brother is Prince Ezra, second in line to the throne.