of King Leofric’s wizard, Elspeth, Sorcha believes she's
destined to find a legendary fire opal known as the “Heart
of Fire.” Such a weapon might bring peace between the
warring dragons and humans. Without peace, Sorcha is afraid
humanity will have a short-lived presence.
dragon Caedryn is present when Sorcha manages to resurrect
the medallion from its hidden spot. Fearing he intends to
take it from her, she recklessly loops its chain around her
neck. A price comes with its power, though, and Sorcha is
transformed into a dragon. Good thing Caedryn is there to
show her what dragon life is like.
between humanity and the dragons is escalating. When the
king’s knights capture one of Sorcha’s newfound friends,
it’s up to Sorcha to practice her diplomacy skills and try
to win the freedom not only for her friend, but for the
entire flight of dragons she’s come to love.
enchanting tale of star-crossed lovers, Sorcha’s Heart,
will find a place in all dragon lovers’ hearts. Debbie
Mumford’s written a well-paced vignette that will tug at
your heart-strings and make you wish for more. Sorcha is a
bold young wizard, sometimes reckless as the young can be,
but never stumbling over the too-stupid-to-live line
heroines sometimes cross in their attempt to prove their
feistiness. Be warned that the story does end with a
cliffhanger. However, Sorcha’s Children, the
sequel, has already been released. They can be read
separately, but you’ll find more enjoyment in both together.