The Old Dragon of the Mountain’s Christmas

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Born prematurely, Christoff wasn’t as big or as strong as his older brother or the other younglings in the village. Unable to fit in, he does the best he can, helping his father and mother on their farm. His life changes when the mountain near their farm awakens. Believing he is the only one who can quiet it, he retreats to the mountain to watch over the village that shunned him.

A hermit for centuries, he dreams of the day he can move on to his next life—a life that he hopes will give him a chance to find his true mate. He knows his time has come when the mountain begins to tremble again. What he doesn’t expect is a group of younglings who suddenly appear in the hopes of saving something called Christmas. When the mountain erupts, he never expects to awaken on a strange planet lightyears away, or to meet an unusual woman who sees beneath his deformity to the warrior hidden within.

Can the love of a special woman and her family heal Christoff’s tortured soul? Find out what happens when the Goddess Aikaterina gives the Old Dragon his very own special Christmas.

This collection includes the bonus novella A Dragonlings’ Magical Christmas, in which the Dragonlings Roam and Alice have suddenly disappeared. Now their parents are in a race to find them before they’re lost forever.

Editorial Reviews

“Readers who enjoy science fiction spiced with plenty of hot romance will love these books.”

Veronica Scott, award-winning author, on the Lords of Kassis series

Author Biography

S.E. Smith is an award-winning author of New York Times, USA Today, and internationally bestselling science fiction, fantasy, paranormal, and contemporary works for adults, young adults, and children. She enjoys writing a wide variety of genres that pull her readers into worlds that take them away.

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David Brenin is an accomplished musician, composer, and sound designer, with credits on several AAA games and children’s educational multimedia products. He lives in the Shenandoah Valley region of Virginia and works at James Madison University as an adjunct instructor for the School of Music and director of music for the School of Theatre and Dance.

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