Dragon’s Inquisition

Dragon’s Inquisition

The dragon he’s always been, or the dragon he could become?

Kelsey is now in charge of the conclave’s most errant member. Grey has flouted the rules so often that everyone is waiting for her to fail.

Especially Mags, the satyr who has been causing havoc with him for centuries.

The only human in a world of magic she still doesn’t understand, can Kels teach Grey anything?

Or will the influence of his past undermine everything he’s been working for? Grey is torn between the better version of himself that Kels sees and the old life Mags desires.

Can he have it all? Will Mags and her bacchanal allow him to break free?

Life in the magical world is never that simple.

Grey isn’t the only one breaking the rules and it falls to him and Kels to investigate the trouble brewing on the horizon.

Can Kels and Grey figure out what’s going on before the world is ended?

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About the Author
Jess Mountifield

About Jess Mountifield
Jess was born in the quaint village of Woodbridge in the UK, has spent some of her childhood in the States and now resides near the beautiful Roman city of Bath. She lives with her husband, Phil, her two tiny humans (one boy and one girl) and her very dapsy cat, Pleaides.

During her still relatively short life Jess has displayed an innate curiosity for learning new things and has therefore studied many subjects, from maths and the sciences, to history and drama. Jess now works full time as a writer and mummy, incorporating many of the subjects she has an interest in within her plots and characters.

When she's not busy with work and keeping her tiny humans alive she can often be found with friends, playing with miniature characters, dice and pieces of paper covered in funny stats and notes about fictional adventures her figures have been on.

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