The Black Dragons

North Carolina -1775

Growing up on a tobacco plantation should be a simple life, predictable as the changing seasons, but when unlikely friends become entangled in the politics and shifting loyalties of nations, life is anything but simple. What starts as a plan to protect the families living on one small plantation, captures the attention of world powers vying for control of the American Colonies and the Islands of the Caribbean.

With few options available, untried heroes find themselves caught in a deadly struggle to protect their ideals, their freedoms and their lives. At every turn their friendship and loyalty to each other and to those brave men they come to lead, is tested. Can the innocent companionship of childhood stand in the face of hatred, prejudice, and war between world powers? Will the ideals that they embody become a testimony to a new world vision for an emerging nation?

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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2 Responses to The Black Dragons

  1. Oregon Mom says:

    Loved it! Didn’t expect to! I received this book as a gift. I didn’t expect to enjoy it as it’s not my normal reading genre, but thought I’d give it a read… I couldn’t put it down. The first few chapters started a little slowly as the characters and storyline developed, but I’m glad I kept reading! It was a joy to read, a fun ride to the end, I fell in love with the characters, loved the message inside of the story, and cried at the end (who would have thought for a adventure/military genre book). I would recommend it and it is appropriate for all audiences (young and old). Now I can’t wait for the next book in the series that the author mentions.

  2. Christie McBride says:

    Great Book! Great book! I must say I wasn’t sure I would enjoy reading a historical fiction book about slavery, naval battles and capturing forts, but I was pleasantly surprised. It was the characters that sucked me into the book and had me reading and guessing their fate right down to the end. It is rare to find characters that hold to their values; showing honor, courage and compassion to one another and their enemies as these do. As a Media Coordinator at a middle school I highly recommend this book to young adults and up. I look forward to a sequel and reading more about those who sailed on “The Dragon”.

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