Tani could remember a time when
multitudes of dragons flew in the skies. She had taken
comfort in that. Years passed, and things had changed. Her
parents had died a long, drawn out death, and the dragons no
longer flew overhead. She lived alone and contented herself
with being a healer.
As an elf, Jerin had no use for humans,
but his father, King Grelas, had ordered him to find a
particular human healer. The dragons were becoming ill and
dying, and King Grelas believed that Tani was their last hope
to save the dragons.
Dragon Healer was an
entertaining tale. I was intrigued by the sickness that was
befalling the dragons, and engrossed in their plight as Tani
struggled to identify the cause and cure. The romance between
Tani and Jerin was fun to watch unfold. Tani had not been
impressed with Jerin upon his arrival, as she considered him
condescending, insolent and demanding. My only problem with
this story was that the charactersí Point Of View jumped too
often, but on the positive, I always knew whose POV it was.