Bailey Monzac has just graduated college and is heading to her parents' ranch for the summer when dragons invade. Like something out of her worst nightmare, the fire-breathing beasts rain down chaos and devastation on unsuspecting human populations. One minute Bailey's planning her future; the next she's merely trying to survive.
But it isn't long before she discovers she's different from the people around her-the dragons' destructive flames don't affect her. That gives her an edge, but it also means that she'll become a target for powerful individuals seeking to use her to their advantage. Bailey will have to distinguish between allies and enemies quickly as she gets drawn into a war unlike anything the world has seen before.
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by Jeremy Ring
by DiAnn Mills
"Marguerite Gavin's narration takes off at a swift pace from the very start as she brings the feisty Bailey to life in this first book of a new series. On college graduation day, the earth shakes, but instead of it being an earthquake, Bailey and her friends find that dragons and dragon shape shifters have crossed into their world. Gavin contrasts Bailey's Texas accent and the Southern accents of her friends with the flat and the less expressive accent of the shape shifters, particularly that of Aiden, who becomes Bailey's teacher in the art of killing dragons. Drawing out the tension among the shape shifters, Gavin also portrays their uncertainty as they try to adjust to having to depend upon humans for the first time. J.E.M. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"
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