New Release: Hidden Dragons by Bianca D’Arc (Fantasy Romance)

by | February 9, 2015

Bianca D’Arc’s latest novella in the Dragon Knights series, Hidden Dragons, was released on January 10, 2015. This novella is a fantasy romance, available for $3.75 on

Love flourishes when two knights unexpectedly find the woman of their dreams…

Sir Robert finds a beautiful maiden sobbing by a small waterfall. She proves to be a very special woman who can communicate with dragons. She lives alone in the forest, on the edge of a village Robert and his fighting partner, Bear, have been sent to investigate. When she invites them to shelter from the rain in her barn, they accept, using her place as a vantage point for their surveillance of the town below.

Both knights are drawn to the fair maiden. Could she be the one to share their lives? Their dragon partners certainly think so.

When they discover a treasonous plot in the village, they must act quickly. Will they be in time to stop the enemy from gaining a strategic foothold in their land? And will they be able to protect the woman who has become precious to them, even while the battle rages?

And most important, when the dust settles, can they convince her to stay in the Lair with them…forever?

Lady Scribe’s Notes: It probably hasn’t gone unnoticed that I’m featuring a fantasy romance, something I don’t usually do. Romance isn’t my usual fare. I often prefer stories with less of a focus on intimate relationships. This is a classic Happily-Ever-After fantasy romance.

The cover on this one caught my attention, as it was so blatantly a romance cover that I was lured like a moth to flames. I almost feel like I should turn in my tomboy card, buy a bunch of roses, rip their petals off, toss them into a bubble bath, dig out some champagne and candles, and go to town on all of those real-life romance things my husband is glad I typically avoid

The sample section was engaging enough to warrant me posting it here. That said, I’m almost ashamed I’m posting this, as it features a weepy-washy heroine in the opening pages.


So, this one is for those of you who want to read a very blatant romance novel, complete with all of those romance stereotypes. It’s a novella, so you can get a quick fix of all of those romance things.

If this Happily-Ever-After story doesn’t include sex by the end of it, I’d be surprised–very surprised. I’m not sure if I’d be disappointed, though. I haven’t read it, but I’m considering stashing this one away for when I need a quick fix of all of those romance things I typically avoid.

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