Invisible Born (Dragon Force 1) – Lucia Ashta

Hunted and forced to hide from her own people.

Seventeen-year-old Anira was born a twin, a fact that would have led to her death if she hadn’t also been born invisible. Every day of her life, she’s forced to hide to protect the secret of who she is while her twin gets to lead the life she can’t. She has no purpose beyond her own survival.

Then Anira discovers that their chieftain is a sorcerer who’s draining the tribe’s power and keeping it for himself. He intends to drain the magic from the dragons next. Protecting the dragons is her people’s most sacred calling.

The chieftain has everyone enchanted into believing he’s their savior. But not Anira. He can’t bewitch her when he doesn’t realize she exists. For the first time, Anira has a purpose. She vows to stop the chieftain and save her tribe and the dragons. She’s the only one who can.

For if she fails, there will be no one left to prevent the chieftain from claiming the dragons’ magic. It’s what he’s counting on.

But he doesn’t expect Anira. No one ever does.

This story is filled with love and hope, but most of all, DRAGONS! The writing is amazing. It sucks you in and takes you on this ride of self-discovery. It is beautifully imagined. I absolutely cannot wait for the next book! AH!!!

A. Meyers, Amazon Review

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