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
this dark, evil gob of goo came out of the forest?” Callie shook her head. “No, she took it off and placed it on the stone ledge where she and the duke were sitting. But I’m sure it has important information about what happened that day.” Lewis cocked an eyebrow. “I’m sure it does too, and I know who else might be able to help us out—our friends, the ghosts from the Forest of Dead Souls. Remember, the dudes who used us as weeko balls on our way to the Cave of Eos?” Callie nodded. “Good call.”
getting dark. They’ll come looking for us. They’ll make us go back to the palace, and they’ll— “Make us eat supper,” they both said in unison. CHAPTER TWO CALLIE AND LEWIS entered the palace kitchen. Smooth stone walls surrounded the large, airy room. Long, rough-hewn wooden tables served as work surfaces for the kitchen staff, who were busily preparing the next royal meal. Pots and pans hung from hooks over the tables. A roaring fire burned in the fireplace in the far wall. The sound of
ladies wove the white fabric of their robes. In another, some women embroidered an intricate tapestry, all in gold and white. In yet another, a group of ladies wrote and practised music for an upcoming festival. In the temple kitchens, women prepared food, made preserves, and baked delicious-smelling bread. “When will we get to see the scrolls?” Lady Arianna asked, finally. “I hail from a far away land, and I have heard many stories about them. I would so like to see them for myself before I
traveled to a lost city and destroyed a magical stone. She’d time-traveled multiple times, almost got killed multiple times, and almost lost her beloved dragon in a deadly fight. Exciting wasn’t the word. “It can be a challenge, for sure,” Callie replied. “At least you have Lewie to help you.” Arianna gazed dreamily at Lewis. “He’s so smart, and everything.” Callie bit her lip. Lewie? He always hated being called Lewie, but now, somehow it was okay? “Aww, stop it, Ree. You know compliments
“We can talk about the Darkness all we want, but it changes nothing. Miranda is still a slave to it.” “But what if she’s trying to escape?” Callie said. “What if that’s why she wants the scrolls?” “You do not understand, Calandria. Once the Darkness gets hold of you, it never lets you go. I know of no one who has ever fully escaped its power. Do you, Perry?” He shook his head. “I do not.” “Just because you’ve never heard of anyone doing it doesn’t mean it’s not possible,” Callie said. “Your