A Dragonlings’ Magical Christmas Audiobook

A Dragonlings' Magical Christmas

A Dragonlings’ Magical Christmas Audiobook

Dragonlings of Valier, 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?


“Then, Santa turned and asked Rudolph, the red-nosed dragon, if he would led his sled tonight,” Tina said with a grin as Cara came out onto the stage with the bright red glowing nose on again.”

“Red,” Alice clapped and squealed. “I like red.”

Laughter burst from the crowd as the children shrieked with delight when Cara made the nose shine really, really bright as she pranced around in her dragon form. She turned toward the other dragons, Trisha, Ariel, Abby, and Carmen and shook her tail at them before winking at the kids again. Riley stood next to Cara dressed as the Abominable Snow Monster, complete with pink high heels and a matching glittering pink jacket. She waved and blew kisses to the kids.

“Momma pretty,” Roam growled, clapping his hands.

“That’s right, baby,” Riley replied with a grin. “Daddy isn’t touching this jacket.” “Damn… Darn it, Riley,” Vox snapped above the laughter. “Aren’t you ever going to let me live that down? You’ve got a damn closet full of the hideous things now.”

“Damn, damn, damn, damn,” Roam started chanting. Soon, the other children started chanting it as well.

“Damn it, Vox,” Riley snapped with a glare. “I told you we needed to watch our language!”

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