Eona, by Alison Goodman (Viking, 2011)

On the run after the death of the Emperor and the slaughter of her fellow Dragoneyes, Eona is caught in the middle of a rebellion, both figurehead and target. Only one man can teach her how to use her new … Continue reading

Ivy’s Ever After, by Dawn Lairamore (Holiday House, 2010)

For many years, it’s been the custom for the princesses of Ardendale to be locked up in a tower on their fourteenth birthday, guarded by a dragon. Whoever kills the dragon gets to marry the princess and become the next … Continue reading

Hands of Flame, by C.E. Murphy (Luna, 2008)

Ever since she was drawn into the world of the Old Races, supernatural creatures dwelling in secret alongside humanity, lawyer Margrit Knight has risked life and limb for them. Time and again, she’s gone up against immensely powerful beings, negotiating … Continue reading

House of Cards, by C.E. Murphy (Luna, 2008)

“We are here to tell you that there is strength in numbers, and that a balance has changed.” With those words, a long-lost faction of the Old Races, those supernatural creatures which have lived among us for the length of … Continue reading

Dragons Wild, by Robert Asprin (Ace, 2008)

Griffen “Grifter” McCandles, occasional con artist and ace poker player, has just gotten the surprise of a lifetime. After graduating from college, he went to his uncle, looking for a job. Instead of a job, his uncle revealed a fistful … Continue reading

Heart of Stone, by C.E. Murphy (Luna, 2007)

Rationally, Margrit Knight knows that jogging after dark — after midnight, no less — in Central Park isn’t a good idea. Irrationally, she does it anyway, eager for the clarity of mind and feeling of freedom it gives her to … Continue reading

Dragon Weather and Dragon Society, by Lawrence Watt-Evans (Tor, 1999/2001)

What can one boy’s oath for vengeance do to change the world? And how far will he go to see his oath fulfilled? That’s one of the driving themes behind Lawrence Watt-Evan’s fantastic new series the Obsidian Chronicles, the second … Continue reading

The Dragons of the Cuyahoga, by S. Andrew Swann (Daw, 2001)

In the ten years since a magical portal opened up in Cleveland, disgorging elves, dragons, mages, and other refugees from a world of fantasy and magic, reporter Kline Maxwell has steadfastedly avoided the “fuzzy gnome” beat, preferring his comfortable and … Continue reading