Is there really a right way to braid leather? Ruskya doesn’t know anymore. Is it worth fighting over? Twenty-one winters ago, he was ready to take on the turquoise dragon rider, but now he fears facing his oldest son.
Kyn, Ruskya’s youngling, wonders if he’s going crazy when an image begins haunting his dreams. Soon, he realizes it may be the key to helping not only Ruskya and his son Ardyn, but all younglings and their trainers as they adjust to growing up.
Will Kyn be able to help Ruskya, Ardyn, and the other young riders? Follow your favorite characters from the exciting Dragon Courage series as they empower the next generation and give dragons to their posterity.
Dragon’s Posterity Excerpt
By mid-morning Kyn and Serena had crossed the western mountains of the Carr. The sight that greeted their eyes took Kyn’s breath away. Spread out before them was a small strip of green land bordered by a vast expanse of sparkling blue, the likes of which Kyn had only seen in his dream. The inland sea was similar to it, but one could almost see the edges of the sea. This water had the feel of depth and vastness to it. The only edge was the line of white that met the gray of the sand.
“What is it, Kyn?” Serena asked, awed.
“I don’t know. I’ve never seen anything like it before, save in my dream.”
“Then we’re in the right place. Do we go up or down the coast?”
“If what I saw was a memory from Aislin, then I would assume we go south. The wild drakes lived further south than where we crossed the Carr.”
Serena turned Mertenia to their left, and they flew following the mountains. After a while they became aware of a constant droning. Kyn wondered at it, but didn’t say anything. It wasn’t until they stopped for the mid-day meal, that he realized what he had been hearing: it was the sound of waves crashing incessantly on the sandy beach.
They had just finished eating when Serena stated, “I can’t believe how wild water can be.”
“It reminds me of a certain young woman I knew, untamable and in control.” Serena eyed Kyn. “I didn’t think I was that bad.”
“Maybe not, but I don’t see anything being able to control that water. You wanted no one or nothing to control you but yourself.”
Serena gazed out at the water. “I was pretty bad, wasn’t I?”
Kyn reached over and drew her to his side. “But you’ve come around. You learned what trust is all about.”
“That and forgiveness. Actually, I find this water beautiful. I wouldn’t want to have it mad at me, but I can enjoy it from a distance.”
“Well, if we are to find the place in my dream, we had better enjoy the sea from the air.” Kyn chuckled.
Serena agreed, and they mounted their dragons.
About Author Kandi J. Wyatt
Even as a young girl, Kandi J Wyatt, had a knack for words. She loved to read them, even if it was on a shampoo bottle! By high school Kandi had learned to put words together on paper to create stories for those she loved. Nowadays, she writes for her kids, whether that’s her own five or the hundreds of students she’s been lucky to teach. When Kandi’s not spinning words to create stories, she’s using them to teach students about Spanish, life, and leadership.
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