The Dragon Bond Trilogy

Baptism of Blood and Fire (Dragon Bond Book 1)

“You speak of a war between dragons and wizards that was so long ago it has fallen from the pages of history. That it was dragons who silenced the song of magic for our own vanity and power. Even if all that you say is true, I have never hunted a wizard or man of any kind. Yet you are here to murder an innocent for the alleged wrongs of my ancestors?”

“I am.”


An unknown evil is slaughtering the dragon mothers one by one. A silent hand draws the goblin tribes from their holes and gathers them in the name of their monstrous god. And into this time, a new dragonmage is bonded. Even as her dragon is born and the lifelong bond formed, the world shifts beneath her feet. For Elody and her brother Rinn, the life they had always imagined for themselves is no longer to be.

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The Burden of Faith (Dragon Bond Book 2)

“We are all tiny fires burning in the dark. Each one of us good men trying to ward off the cold and the evil in this world. But there will always be more night than fires to light it.”


Unseen by the world, in glory to the blood god, the goblin hordes have amassed and are ready to march. Behind the curtains, a dark leader moves the players like pieces on a board. And after a hundred years of sleep and a thousand years of waiting, a new evil is awakened.

For Elody and Rinn, the lives they imagined changed the day their village was burned and their father murdered. But as they struggle to discover their place in the world, they find themselves manipulated like every other piece. No matter the side, no matter the cost, everyone is fighting with the most powerful weapon imaginable. Faith.

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The Fate of Champions (Dragon Bond Book 3)

“The history is still being written. Anarr has been playing this game for a very long time. For a thousand years he has bonded his dragons with humans and elves, ensuring their survival and power in the world, letting them grow in numbers. Now he meddles once more. He is using the crystal to poison the world, just as he did long ago. And all of Gondril will be made to suffer before he is done.”


The bond is broken. By order of the Eldest, dragonmages are no more. As Gondril’s people struggle with a new, powerful menace, the gods above play a game with their souls. And only an insignificant goblin knows the truth.

Though they don’t yet know it, the champions of the gods are already in motion. West. They move west, not knowing where they are going or why they are called. Elody and Gortogh must act, but they cannot know their fate before it is all done. It could mean their own ends. Or perhaps the end of Gondril itself.

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