In 1815 Wales, who would believe that
villagers would still be sacrificing a maiden to the local
dragon? Heck, no one has even seen a dragon though the
legends live on. Especially the legend of St. George who
was the last said to defeat a dragon and Georgieís
ancestor. As a matter of fact the remaining family heirloom
that the orphaned siblings have is the sword said to be
enchanted and used by St. George.
When it becomes apparently that the
sacrifice has been kept from her and her oldest siblings as
they hope to sacrifice one of the orphans, Georgie has
decided she will even go willingly as long as she has a
protection agreement from the local Earl, for her siblings.
Just because they are orphans is no reason to treat them
Caddoc is secretly amused by the woman
when she agrees. Not only is he the local Earl but he has a
few secrets of his own. The least being that he canít seem
to get Georgie out of his head. But as this is his town he
knows a thing or two about the dragon and will do what he
can to help Georgie.
No one expects Georgie to show up on
the cliff with the family sword, especially the dragon.
When she attacks him more than one surprise will be
I absolutely love that Total-E-Bound
has started to offer their stories on audio, and
Georgie and the Dragon is another reason why. Not
only does the reader have a strong clear voice but she makes
the story come alive for me. In Georgie and the
Dragon while the story is a takeoff on a well known
tale it is still a great journey. Ms. Spencer Pape does a
good job in building the suspense as to who the dragon
really may be, though you will suspect. I also love how
Georgie is willing to do what she must to save her siblings
and at the same time strike a tough bargain.
If you are new to audio books and want
to give a Total-E-Bound historical fantasy audio a try then
I highly recommend Georgie and the Dragon as
one that you will enjoy listening to.