Happy Release Day to:
The Dragon’s Playlist
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Di fled rural West Virginia to study music and pursue a bright future as a violinist. But when a mining accident nearly kills her father, she is summoned back home to support her family. Old ghosts and an old flame emerge from the past. When Di gets a job as a bookkeeper at the same mine where her father worked, she is drawn into a conflict pitting neighbor against neighbor as the mine plans an expansion to an untouched mountain. If the mining company’s operation goes forward, there will be more at stake than livelihoods or the pollution of the land: Di has discovered a dragon lives deep within Sawtooth Mountain, and he is not happy with this encroachment upon his lair. When catastrophe strikes, Di must choose between her family’s best interests and protecting the dragon – the last surviving bit of magic in Di’s shrinking world. In every fight, sides are chosen. And there can be no yearning for what has been left behind.
I love the cover of this one, but I’m not so sure about the blurb. I guess I’ll wait until some of my friends have read it and been guinea pigs for me. 😉
I’ve read very little dragon fiction, so I’m not sure how I’ll go with this one. But I like the author’s other books, so I added it to the list.
I don’t think I’ve read anything else by this author. Maybe I’ll start with something else she’s written first, and see what I think of her writing style.
It works for me 🙂 I’ve read one book from each of her series, but need to catch up on the remainders. (On my bookshelf, waiting patiently…)