A Dragonlings’ Magical Christmas

A Dragonlings’ Magical Christmas

Dragonlings of Valdier, Book 1.3

When the Dragonlings take on the sinister Dragon of the Mountain, they discover the true meaning of Christmas.

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When Ariel mentions another human holiday, the women get excited. They aren’t the only ones, though. The Dragon Lords, Vox, and Ha’ven decide they want to be part of the planning this time. Things get a little out of hand when the men begin competing with each other to create the best Christmas ever for the Dragonlings, Roam, and Alice. Fuelled with tales of St. Nick, Rudolph, Frosty, and the newest tale of the Old Dragon of the Mountain, they are determined to light up the palace like never before and turn it into the new North Pole.

Just when the women think they have everything under control, panic ignites when the Dragonlings, Roam, and Alice suddenly disappear just days before Christmas. What no one expects is for the children to take it upon themselves to go search for the legendary dragon who has threatened to steal the Magic of Christmas.

Now, their parents are in a race to find the Dragonlings before they lose them forever. Will they be able to find them and celebrate the magic of the season or will the Dragon of the Mountain keep them hidden forever?


Trisha sighed the next morning as she looked at the tree sitting between a set of double doors in the living room of her dad and Morian’s palace quarters. Tilting her head, she glanced at her dad and shook her head. It was still leaning to the left a little bit. “It needs to come to the right,” Trisha said with a frown. “It looked level just a few minutes ago.”

Paul stood back and looked at the tree as well. Bending down, a low chuckle escaped him when he stared through the branches. He had wondered why it suddenly felt heavier when he moved it this last time, the tiny tip of a tail flicked back and forth, barely visible through the thick, green branches. He was pretty sure he knew the reason why now.

“Where’s Bálint?” Paul asked, glancing up at Trisha.

“Bálint? He’s….” A slow grin curved Trisha’s lips as she leaned forward and peered through the branches. “Playing hide and seek,” she replied in a soft voice as a pair of bright, golden eyes stared back at her. “I wonder where he could be?”

Paul’s chuckle echoed through the room when the body of a purple and gold dragonling suddenly jumped out of the tree and into his arms, knocking him onto his back. Holding his grandson in his arms, he almost dropped Bálint when he suddenly shifted. Bright eyes, dancing with mischief and glee, stared down at Paul in delight.

“Tag! I tag…,” Bálint happily crowed.

“Yes, you did. You tagged your Grandpa,” Paul laughed. “Now, it is time to eat me some belly.”

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  1. Heather says:

    oh! What a teaser, I cannot wait for this adventure of the dragonlings

  2. Carla says:

    I can’t wait until each of the dragonling’s get their own stories!!!! And Let me tell you I love how you intersect the stories in different series!!! LOVE IT!!!

    1. admin says:

      Hi Carla. Thank you! I wasn’t sure how others would react, but it was the way the characters told me it would be. I’ve learned not to argue with them. I don’t get much sleep if I do.

  3. Michelle McRoberts says:

    Looking forward to it already .

  4. Belinda says:

    Definitely on my Must Buy list!!

  5. John Clements says:

    Congratulations on all your books Susan, and your encouragement and support of new authors like Michelle (MK) Eidem.

    This Magical Cristmas book will be another winner, but I’m wondering if/when some of the other series like Cosmos Gateway will have new titles?

    I guess it’s a double edged sword, you have/need numerous series but then we readers seem to want all of them updated simultaneously.

    Best wishes from South Australia

    1. admin says:

      Thank you, John. I love helping others. I believe that is something everyone should strive to do in their life. I receive a great amount of satisfaction in knowing I made someone’s day a touch brighter.

      I have plans for continuing the different series. I was just explaining to another reader that my mind works in mysterious ways. I’ve given up trying understand how it works, I’m just thankful it does! LOL. I think it is my way of keeping each series fresh as I have to revisit the worlds again and I see them from a new perspective. Plus, I just have so many characters yelling to be heard that I’ve given up and just go with the ones that are pushing me at the moment. Eventually, things will settle down… maybe… possibly… Okay, I’m not holding my breath, but as long as they want to talk, I’ll write what they tell me. 🙂

  6. Sharon Keller says:

    I have loved every book you have written and recommend them to my friends. I wait patiently for any new and/or continuing adventure that you provide us . I admire the way you twine the characters from your stories with others you write about. Keep up the momentum of your stories with the same passion as you have provided thus far, and your readers will stay enchanted and loyal to you.

    1. admin says:

      Thank you so much, Sharon. This is one reason why I listen to my characters and move from series to series. It helps keep me fresh. I really think you will see that in the new Dragonlings story coming out. I know it can be frustrating for some because I do move around or write something totally new, but that is just the way my mind works. Who am I to argue with it? LOL. Thank you again for your lovely post!

  7. Heather says:

    Hi Susan
    I have finished the book lunch time, I would like to thank you for a very entertaining and laugh out loud interlude to my day.
    I would recommend your books to everyone. Look foreword to the rest

    1. admin says:

      Thank you, Heather! Please, if you haven’t yet, can you post a review to where you purchased it? It really does help!

  8. cara says:

    I loved the book. I love the ideal of more dragonling books and cannot wait for more in your other series. The hard part is waiting to see what happens next.

    1. admin says:

      LOL. No, the hard part is listening to all the voices in my head until I get the next story out. I think I need more padding on the walls. 😛 Thank you so much for your post, Cara. xoxo

  9. mlee says:

    Love the book so much. Can’t wait for more. Might I suggest the kids celebrate Father’s Day. 🙂

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