Princess Callie and the Race for the Ruby Cup (The Callie Chronicles Book 3)
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Callie, Lewis and Earle re-unite for a rolllicking adventure in Book III of The Callie Chronicles, PRINCESS CALLIE AND THE RACE FOR THE RUBY CUP.
The international dragon competition is being held in the Royal City, and Callie can hardly wait to ride her beloved dragon, Earle, in the famous race. But surprises are in store for Callie and her friends, as they discover there is much more at stake than winning the Ruby Cup.
Some will stop at nothing to control the power of the ancient scrolls. Long-buried secrets reveal unwelcome truths... and Callie must face one of the greatest challenges of her life as she vows to protect those she holds dear.
Look for the other books in this series:
Book One - PRINCESS CALLIE AND THE TOTALLY AMAZING TALKING TIARA
Book Two - PRINCESS CALLIE AND THE FANTASTIC FIRE BREATHING DRAGON
Book Three - PRINCESS CALLIE AND THE RACE FOR THE RUBY CUP
she trusted Queen Miranda’s judgement. And once Queen Miranda took over the throne of Albion, it would be Princess Wanda, instead of Princess Callie. And Wanda would never, ever have to go back home again. CHAPTER SEVEN CALLIE UNLOCKED THE ornate wooden jewelry case that had once belonged to her mother, Princess Anastasia. It stood in a corner of the bedchamber near the mirrored vanity. The setting sun sent a burnished orange glow through the tall windows of the room, but in the low
in heavy silence, then one of the jewels, named Langston, said in a strong voice, “No. I think I speak for us all. We have nothing to say, your highness.” Callie was shocked. “What do you mean? How can you have nothing to say? I time-traveled back to that day in the Forest of Dead Souls and I saw Miranda wearing you. She took you off and placed you on the rock she and the duke were sitting on. Then they went deeper into the forest and that... thing oozed out of it. She was scared. I saw her
wiped a tear from her eye, and Wanda watched as it became a sparkling diamond on her fingertip. Miranda waved her hand over it and suddenly it dangled from a fine chain of sparkling silver. The dazzling tear drop pendant floated through the air and fastened itself behind Wanda’s neck. “That’s all the reassurance I can give you,” Miranda said. “That is from my heart. I hope whatever you decide, you will keep it with you always. Perhaps it is selfish of me to want you to remain here. Perhaps you
books on a specific subject.” “What subject would that be? I may be of assistance.” “We’re trying to find information on... the Darkness,” Callie whispered. Sir Reginald said nothing for a moment, but Callie saw that he was trying to keep his expression neutral, just like everyone else they had asked. “Listen, we know it’s a touchy subject around here,” Lewis said, “but the princess really needs to know more about it. Nobody will tell us much. Queen Arabella once said that no one knew more
seemed quite young-looking for a creature of Norm’s age. “Of course,” she replied. To Callie’s surprise, Norm smiled. “Where’s the rubbish bin?” “In the corner, I think.” He rose to his feet and proceeded to the fancy filigreed garbage can that stood near a sweetbug floor lamp. He took out the pipe and dropped it unceremoniously into the bin, then slapped his hands together in finality. “That’s the end of that, then. It’s never too late to start anew,” he said, returning to his chair. “That