The Titan’s Release
Failure sucks. It’s even worse when the whole world is watching.
Scarlet has been queen for less than a month and she’s already failed in her most important duty. The enemy of the world is on the loose, and he’s not planning on picking flowers and making cotton candy.
Human governments around the world want to know how so many dragons have been hiding right under their noses for all this time, adding to the pressure Scarlet is under. Almost eight billion people are watching her learn to navigate the politics that come with being queen.
Can she reassure them that dragons are here to defend humanity and not harm them?
The chance to prove her promises comes when the demon starts attacking locations at random, hurting humans and dragons alike.
Scarlet is expected to have the answers, but the demon is always one step ahead of her. Her determination to keep people safe gives her a lead. All she has to do is beat the demon to each target before more people die on her watch.
The only thing Scarlet knows for sure is that she can’t fail again. Plunging into magic-filled battles, her desperation fuels strategies that could save everyone, or doom them to disaster.
Will her efforts be enough to defeat the enemy? Will she learn that it’s okay to ask for help?