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Dragon Slippers (Dragon Slippers, #1) Poor Creel She Can T Believe Her Aunt Wants To Sacrifice Her To The Local Dragon It S A Ploy To Lure A Heroic Knight So That He Will Fight The Dragon, Marry Creel Out Of Chivalrous Obligation, And Lift The Entire Family Out Of Poverty Creel Isn T Worried After All, Nobody Has Seen A Dragon In Centuries.But When The Beast Actually Appears, Creel Not Only Bargains With Him For Her Life, She Also Ends Up With A Rare Bit Of Treasure From His Hoard, Not Gold Or Jewels, But A Pair Of Simple Blue Slippers Or So She Thinks It S Not Until Later That Creel Learns A Shocking Truth She Possesses Not Just Any Pair Of Shoes, But Ones That Could Be Used To Save Her Kingdom, Which Is On The Verge Of War, Or Destroy It.


About the Author: Jessica Day George

Jessica Day George likes chocolate, knitting, books, travel, movies, dragons, horses, dogs, and her family These are all things to keep in mind if you ever meet her For instance, you could bring her chocolate to make the meeting gosmoothly You could also talk about how adorable her children are, even if you have never seen them You could discuss dog breeds she had a Maltese named Pippin Jessica Day George likes chocolate, knitting, books, travel, movies, dragons, horses, dogs, and her family These are all things to keep in mind if you ever meet her For instance, you could bring her chocolate to make the meeting gosmoothly You could also talk about how adorable her children are, even if you have never seen them You could discuss dog breeds she had a Maltese named Pippin, and grew up with a poodle mix and a Brittany Spaniel Right now she has a Coton de Tulear named Sunny You could talk about Norway, and how it s the Greatest Place On Earth, and Germany, The Second Greatest Place On Earth You could ask her about yarn, and indicate a willingness to learn to knit your own socks, if you can t already do so.And, well, you could talk about books Jessica s books, other people s books It s really all about the books To paraphrase Jerry Seinfeld Friends, family, school, they were just obstacles in the way of gettingbooks.She would like it if books came with chocolate to eat while reading them



10 thoughts on “Dragon Slippers (Dragon Slippers, #1)

  1. says:

    My first published novel, and I have to say I am pretty DARN impressed with myself I read it aloud to my son 6 years old because he wanted to know what was in Mommy s books He liked it as well


  2. says:

    This book is one of those books which may put you off by its beginning Not that it s too slow It s because it s too..uneventful to enjoy I remember how I suffered at least 40% of it I was inexplicably annoyed But I wanted to get through this book at least once to say that finally I have read a book recommended to me by Goodreads After 50% I FINALLY began to enjoy it And I am thankful now to Goodreads for the recommendation OVERVIEW Creel is an orphan Her aunt deci


  3. says:

    This was one of those books that completely surprised me I thought I had an idea of what the book was going to be about because the initial premise is Girl s family is poor, aunt decides giving her to a dragon to be rescued will improve their life immensely, and that premise reminds me a great deal of Dealing with Dragons by Patricia Wrede So I was expecting a humorous fantasy tale filled with wacky adventures Instead, I got a somewhat humorous political story with a str


  4. says:

    This book reminded me of when I had my fantasy phase All I would read was fantasy I know better now but I would have gobble this up then just like I did now.Creel is a poor girl from Carlieff, she has lost her mother and father and is now living with her aunt Her aunt has thegeniusidea to send Creel to purposely get taken by a dragon, so that a charming prince will rescue and of course marry her Through that marriage the whole family would benefit and no longer be scraping by t


  5. says:

    reads original review groans inwardly 15 year old Amy strikes againThis was a wonderful re read I m surprised I haven t re read it before Creative, well paced, and fundefinitely a treasure I definitely disagree with my original assessment of religion in this book I think it adds a nice flavor Of course, I also appreciate myth a lotnow than I did at that age T...


  6. says:

    Bravo I have to confess, as much as I try to keep my tastes liberal I read classics, memoirs, fiction and non fiction , this is really my favorite kind of book I m proud to be your goodreads friend, Jessica this book was pure fun I especially liked the subtle reference to Goose Girl, another of my favorite reads This book is the rags to riches, up by her bootstraps story of a plucky, talented girl who happens to run into dragons a lot I loved the characters and the humor I was glad to se Bra


  7. says:

    This is the British edition of Dragon Slippers I love it, it s a fun cover, and they ve changed the spellings color to colour, etc Also, they made me take out the word bloody , which is in the American version


  8. says:

    Creel doesn t particularly care for her aunt and Creel s aunt doesn t particularly care for her, either, considering that she tries to sell Creel to a dragon After Creel s parents passed away she had no choice but to reside with her aunt But when her extended family runs into financial problems, Creel is sent to face a dragon in hopes of getting a dashing and wealthy knight to save h...


  9. says:

    I read this book 4 years ago and I re read it recently so some of my views have changed 4.5 stars I distinctly remember why I chose to read this book It wasn t because of the cover if that is Shardas on the cover, it s a bit disappointing Ms George s writing just sucks you in from the very first page Though this is clearly fantasy, the story is believable and the characte...


  10. says:

    Originally reviewed on The Book SmugglersFollowing the death of her parents, Creel and her brother are grudgingly taken in by her aunt and uncle While her brother can pull his weight and helps out on the impoverished farm, Creel, unfortunately, has slightly less to offer She has no dowry, no special beauty or magical ability, and therefore has limited prospects for marriage To her aunt, Creel is another mouth to feed, until said aunt comes up with the brilliantly ridiculous idea to get rid of Originally reviewed on The


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