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Publisher's Summary

The Dragon Star has chosen again - and this time, it must be mistaken.

Lily is off to an elf wedding with her friends, which might be a fate worse than death. So she thinks - until she sticks her fingers in the water of a river far from home. What she finds will change her life and challenge the bravest dragons she knows.

And might involve some accidental dragon soup.

©2017 Shae Geary and Audrey Faye (P)2017 Tantor

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Great!

This book starts where the last book left off. This book (as the title shows) follows Sapphire's friend Lilly. this book has a lot more character building and has an overall stronger story. This book was very much enjoyable, can't wait to hear about the next star children!

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A simple and sweet tale

The Dragon Kin stories are thus far sweet-natured and yet very entertaining. I can see them becoming favorites of the YA crowd but even I, far beyond those years, am enjoying the stories a great deal and wondering what will be next, and how the story will unfold after the five chosen pairs have been assembled. Curiosity will keep me coming back, I’m sure, to the very end.