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THE UNBEARABLE LIGHTNESS OF DRAGONS by KATIE MACALISTER

Summary

Even an ancient dragon can learn how to multitask…

Ysolde de Bouchier is a woman beset with trials. The dragon part of her buried deep for centuries is still making itself known, but in ways that just don’t make sense. She’s continuing to have visions, but now they involve events she wasn’t present to witness.

As if that isn’t enough, she’s caught up in a tangled web of plans that seem to grow more complex each day. Not only does she have to work out peace between her Light Dragon mate Baltic and the weyr, she also has to free his friend, convince an archimage to lift the spell controlling her magic, figure out what it is that the First Dragon expects her to do, rescue a half-dragon damsel in over her head, and once and for all clear Baltic’s name of murder charges that continue to plague him.

No one told Ysolde that dragon love would be so hard…

Genre: Paranormal Romance, Shapeshifter, Dragons

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The Unbearable Lightness of Dragons
(Light Dragons: Book 2)
by Katie MacAlister

NAL (Signet)
May 1, 2011
Available: May 3, 2011
ISBN #0451233441
EAN #9780451233448
352 pages
Paperback
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Katie MacAlister

Much Ado About Vampires
In the Company of Vampires
Death's Excellent Vacation
Love in the Time of Dragons
Steamed
My Zombie Valentine
Me and My Shadow
Crouching Vampire, Hidden Fang
Zen and the Art of Vampires
Up In Smoke
Playing With Fire
My Big Fat Supernatural Honeymoon
Holy Smokes
Ain't Myth-Behaving
Last of the Red-Hot Vampires
Light My Fire
Just One Sip
Even Vampires Get the Blues
Fire Me Up
Sex, Lies and Vampires
Hard Days Knight
You Slay Me
The Trouble with Harry
The Corset Diaries
Sex and the Single Vampire
Men In Kilts
A Girl's Guide to Vampires
Heat Wave
Noble Destiny
Improper English
Noble Intentions

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