I haven’t read all of these, but here is a list of fantasy novels that include dragons. Maybe you’ll find something you like.

1. The Serpent Kings – First in a series, which is always good to know. The blurb on Goodreads says: “Gwen has only ever known life as a priestess of the High Serpent King, Belial the Glorious. Specially trained as a wraith dancer assassin, Gwen is preparing for a life dispensing justice in the name of her dragon gods when she successfully repels an attack by the Resistance upon Belial’s temple. Suddenly catapulted to a position of status, Gwen is chosen to assassinate Ezekiah, the prophet of the Resistance. But when she’s captured, Gwen is shown the dark side of the dragons and their utopian society and the unsuspected kindness of the man she was meant to kill. She wants to remain faithful to the Serpent Kings, but her doubts are growing, and her time with Ezekiah has awakened feelings within her she never thought to have. Moreover, in Gwen’s absence, something has happened to make this wraith dancer a costly liability to the dragons, and she cannot be allowed to live any longer.”

2. – This one caught my eye because there’s an important character in Sword and Illusion named Lucan. Goodreads says:


Healer and high priestess of her people, Lady Cael is fated to life without a mate. But a mysterious explorer named Lucan Rourke doesn’t know her secrets, and his touch makes her crave a future that her extraordinary birthright has forbidden her. . .


Lucan has just one mission on Pendragon: to find the mythical Holy Grail, Earth’s only hope for survival. His powerful attraction to Cael is a distraction he can’t afford, unless he convinces her to join forces with him. Yet working so closely together only heightens their passion . . . even when the terrifying truth of Cael’s heritage threatens to shatter Lucan’s every belief-and the galaxy itself.

I may have to read this one!!

3. – Jade Lee is a friend of mine and I have this book. It is on my to be read list. “Three kingdoms vie to understand and control the power of dragons, but only a clever beauty and a dethroned king are truly possessed of it—and by it.”

That’s my list for today. What dragon books do you recommend?