As engaging as the last. I have already started the next in the series.
Traditionally, marauding dragons are soothed only by a virgin sacrifice. And so practical-minded Princess Andromeda — with the encouragement of her mother’s court — reluctantly volunteers to do her duty, asking only for a sword to defend herself. Well, her offer is accepted, but the weapon isn’t forthcoming, and so Andromeda faces the dragon alone.
Until a Champion arrives to save her — sort of. Sir George doesn’t quite defeat the dragon, but as Andromeda finishes rescuing herself she discovers that beneath the Good Knight’s well-meaning though inexperienced heroics lies a further tale . . .
Still, Andromeda can’t leave her seacoast country in further jeopardy from the dragon’s return, and so she and . . . er . . . George join to search for the dragon’s lair. But even — especially — in the Five Hundred Kingdoms bucking with Tradition isn’t easy. It takes the strongest of wills, more than a hint of stubbornness, quick thinking and a refusal to give up, no matter what happens along the way.