A bond with a dragon turns a high school student into Queen of the Fae…
When a dragon crashes through a portal near her Texas high school, Ophelia Monroe can barely believe her eyes. Dragons and magic are just fairy tales, right?
But when the dying monarch dragon named Sun in the Black Sky bonds with the shocked teenager, Ophelia discovers they are very real…and very deadly. Before she can make sense of what happened, Ophelia is dragged into a magical realm of intrigue and deception. A world where her dragon bond marks her as Queen of the Fae.
Faced with scheming courtiers and political intrigue, Ophelia will need all the help she can get to defend her throne. But deadly secrets lurk in the shadowy corners of her realm: walking corpses, dark magic, and a puppet master determined to seize power once and for all.
And if Ophelia can’t stop their sinister plan, she and her new subjects will pay the ultimate price…
Explore a world of dragons, magic, and intrigue in this complete fantasy collection featuring Books 1-3 of the exciting Fae Queen series.
A legend from the past is a kingdom’s only hope…
Cora knows her grandmother’s stories of the noble dragon riders by heart, even though most people consider them just a myth. But for Cora, the legends are a pleasant distraction from her concern for her ailing father, and the enormous debt they owe to the king’s garrison.
Desperate to help her father, Cora becomes a scale scavenger, risking life and limb by entering the territory of the deadly, feral dragons to gather the highly valuable scales. But her first attempt nearly ends in tragedy when she’s trapped by an angry dragon. They are both stunned when she unlocks the secret of communicating with him.
As Cora and the dragon, Alaric, grow closer, they uncover more secrets from the kingdom’s past. There was a dark conclusion to the dragon rider legacy, brought about by a malicious force that sought power at any cost. That force still holds the kingdom in thrall—and has no intention of allowing the dragon riders to rise again.
Can Cora and Alaric reignite a legend from the past, before it’s too late?
Ava’s Complete Library
Return of the Darkening Series
Upon Dragon’s Breath Trilogy
First Dragon Rider Trilogy
Sea Dragons Trilogy
Alveria Dragon Akademy
Alveria Dragon Akademy’s Untameables
The Stone Crown Series
Reign of Chaos
Ragond’s Portal War
The Last Dragonriders Series
Reaping of Ragond
Ragond’s Witch Hunter
Charassi’s Fae Queen
Rise of the Dragon Riders
What Readers Are Saying
Richard Buie — Reader
“I loved it!! I am a dragon fanatic and this was a well written, fast paced read! A little different version of dragon communication and attitude than Anne McCaffrey’s books (which I absolutely love by the way!) I would highly recommend this book to any one, any age! Already started on the 2nd book!!!”
S. Martin — Reader
“Very entertaining! I am looking forward to reading more stories about these characters. The story was paced very well, held my attention and when I had to stop reading I would anticipate my next session. Can’t ask for more from a story.”
Tara B — Reader
“I loved this book! It is a new spin on the ‘dragon bonding with human’ dynamic. Two people, not one, are chosen by the dragon to be its riders. And when they are a pair as mis-matched in station and experience as Thea and Seb are, the fur is going to fly! I can’t wait for the next books – just got book two and started reading it, hope it’s as good as book one!”
Kindle Customer — Reader
“I have enjoyed dragons and their world all my life. However, the new direction Ava Richardson has taken is fantastic. I love the interaction between dragon and rider. But, I have always felt there was something else needed, another element to really bring the dragon rider bond full circle. Two riders and their dragon all working together to fulfil their oath was inspiring. I look forward to the continuing story that, Ava has begun to unfold. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves dragons as I do. Ava Richardson has something truly special to give, to all who love dragons and the world they encompass.”