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Dragons' Trust

Book 1: Trusted

Renick, the fifth son of a dragon breeder, crashes into an unexpected adventure that challenges everything he thought he knew about dragons, history, and himself.

Stranded in the massive Helath forest, Renick meets two other passengers: Thane, a noble training to be a dragon knight, and Lainey, the orphaned niece of a healer. Together they survive an attack by vicious wolves, rescue a baby dragon with a broken wing, and escape from a band of dragon hunters as they make a perilous climb into the mountains. What they discover there will change everything.

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Dragons' Trust

Book 2: Burned

Renick, apprentice dragonhand, discovers that nothing can stand in the way of a dragon’s thirst for revenge.

Caught between an outcast dragon and his human prey, Renick and his friends must find a way to appease the dragon’s burning anger. Together, Renick, Thane and Lainey learn new magic, rescue a kidnapped friend, and evade the dragon hunters while they try to prevent a war. What they find is that not all burns can be healed.

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Book 3: Stolen

Renick, Thane, and Lainey plunge headlong into the tides of war. The dragon hunters are drawing closer to the location of the hidden Dragon City. But far worse is their thirst for a dragon heart stone.

Far from home and under threat from the dragon hunters, Renick and his friends rush toward their Dragon Kind friends, hoping to help. Before they reach their goal, they are divided. Now, instead of helping the dragons prepare for war, they must mount a rescue party and dive deep into the heart of enemy territory. If they are successful, war will come sooner. If they fail, one of them will die.

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Dragons' Trust Book 4

Xavier Howell and the Chaos Effect