Stand Alone Novel
Book 10
By: Brittany Fichter

The Sentinel’s Song: A Retelling of St. George and the Dragon

 Sabra needed an army of warriors. She only found one.

Sabra has spent her entire life studying, practicing, and preparing to become Segzein’s Crown Princess. Prepared to take on the burden of the crown – and give up hope of ever finding love – Sabra is confident that she’s ready to lead. But just as the crown is within reach, questions about her bloodline give rise to fighting within the kingdom’s clans, and the most indignant of them all gives Sabra an ultimatum: Sabra must step down…or he’ll reduce the kingdom to ashes with the use of ancient forbidden arts.

Sabra wants to fight, but when the dragon brings her kingdom to its knees, she decides there’s only one path she can follow. She must find the Segzein’s eighth clan – the Sentinels. Her only problem? They’ve vanished into thin air.

Against her advisers’ will, Sabra goes in search of the missing warriors, determined to stop the dragon without capitulating to his demands. And she finds…one warrior. But only one. And to Sabra’s shock, that one warrior has a surprisingly familiar face.

Will the missing clan’s survivor be enough to defeat the dragon? Or will Sabra’s future and her kingdom perish?

Author’s Note: The Sentinel’s Song is the tenth book in the Classical Kingdoms Collection but can be read as a stand-alone. It was previously published as “The Princess and St. George’s Dragon” in novelette form but has been rewritten as a complete novel and set in the Classical Kingdoms Collection World. Buy The Sentinel’s Song today to experience magic, mystery, and clean, passionate romance as you venture with Sabra into her danger, love, and her people’s hidden history.

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Brittany lives with her Prince Charming, their little fairy, and their tiny prince in a decently clean castle in whatever kingdom the Air Force has most recently placed them. When she's not writing, Brittany can be found with her family (including their spoiled black Labrador), doing chores (she'd rather be writing), going to church, belting Disney songs, exercising, or decorating cakes. You can find more of her work at her website


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