Adrienne Woods

The Dragonian Series

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    Carina Rita Hansenje citiralaпрошле године
    “You really went to the other side for me.” It wasn’t a question, more of a statement. One that was struggling to sink in.
    He lifted my chin so I could look at him and smiled. “When will you get it, Elena? Not even death can keep me away from you.”
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    “I’m sorry that I took so long,” he said.
    “It’s fine. You had to find them. Just promise me next time you have to do something like that again, I can fit in your bag.”
    He chuckled. “I’ve promised this way too many times, but this time, you have my oath.”
    I smiled. He would never leave me to go do something like that ever again. He’d sworn it with his entire being that he would take me with him
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    “It is done, and if anyone mistreats the Dragon Law again, they will be brought in for a hearing and sentenced by me. From now on, no dragon will ever not have a say when it comes to hearings. We fought years for them to have a voice, we killed our kind for them to have a voice, and we lost a lot of good men for them to have a voice, and lost really brave dragons for them to have a voice. My dragon belongs at my side, and no hearing or meeting will ever tell him otherwise. They will be addressed accordingly as they deserve. To gain that title, it’s something that cannot be bought, only earned, and nothing can take it away. Now, if you’ll be so kind as to excuse me, I have a world to run.”
    My father stood, grabbed my hand, and bowed again.
    The entire hall burst into applause.
    Goose bumps flushed my skin as everyone got up, everyone except Duclin, that is. It was the most amazing thing I’d ever seen, and for the first time I didn’t regret saving my father from Etan.
    A smile appeared on his face before we walked out.
    I smiled again as I thought about that day. It was the first day I’d met my father’s patient side and his side that had given him the title of The Greatest King That Ever Lived.
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    Sir Robert caught the admiration on my face “Now you know why everyone called him the Greatest King That Ever Lived.”
    “Because of the way he spoke to reporters?”
    Sir Robert chuckled as my father wrapped his arms around an older lady to take a picture. “No, because your father treated everyone as if they were someone important.”
    I looked at my father again. He sure was amazing with all of them.
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    But the most painful loss was Dean.
    Sammy had almost lost her life too. She’d gotten hit with a huge harpoon and scorched plenty of guys, but a wyvern killed Dean in the process. They found her barely alive.
    I’d cried with Sammy so many times. If Blake wasn’t going to return, she hadn’t just lost her rider, the man she’d loved and who had adored her, but her brother as well
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    ed to move.” A soft smile spread over my face. “Besides, I don’t think King Helmut and Queen Margerite would appreciate it if we crashed at their place.”
    My father didn’t laugh; his face fell. “Helmut didn’t make it. He killed Goran, and died in the process. They were found with a steel beam pressed through both their bodies.”
    “What!” I cried.
    My father held me tight as I just succumbed. Queen Margerite jumped through my mind at once.
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    She didn’t know anything, because if she did know what she meant to me, she would’ve opened her eyes like I’d told her to that day. It’s all she has to do
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    enchantment will hold.”
    “Your father isn’t going to be able –”
    “He needs to, for me. Please!” I yelled at her. “I can’t live without her. Just wait until I have all my orbs. I can fix this.”
    Constance and Mom both gasped and looked at me with huge eyes.
    “What do you mean you can fix this?” Constance asked. “Nothing can bring the dead back to life, Blake, you know that.”
    I nodded. I did know that, but that was not what I need them for.
    “I need to find my orbs. Just don’t let them bury her, because then it’s over.”
    I walked over to her bed and my lips touched her cheek softly
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    We both disappeared and I opened my eyes, finding him still sitting with his head against mine back underneath the trees.
    “That really happened?”
    “Shhhh, you can’t tell anyone.”
    I nodded. I understood now why none of them told anybody. Their enemies would definitely kill us if they knew. It would destroy them.
    “Something doesn’t make sense. If all of that really happened, it means you warned Herbert. It means that you knew before I even entered Paegeia and still...”
    “I didn’t.”
    “Then how?”
    “That is one part I don’t know the answer to, but that really happened
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    The image spun again, and it stopped on me sitting in one of my other rooms. I was about fifteen years old.
    I was doing homework on my bed. Blake was sitting on the chair at my desk staring at me.
    He sighed. “How long is this going to last?” he screamed at the ceiling.
    “Why are you doing this? It’s useless if she can’t see me, it’s cruel!” He huffed, and a small chuckle escaped him.
    “I can’t do this anymore.” He didn’t get an answer, and I had no idea who he was talking to. Fifteen-year-old me was just sitting on the bed. To think that was only four years ago.
    The room spun again
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