There Was Cyrano and Roxane, Romeo & Juliet; Now There's Ray & Luvon

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Love has been one of the main themes of books for as long as there has been the ability to read and write. In the time of Cyrano & Roxane and Romeo & Juliet, one of the things that the authors tried to depict was the extremes that people will endure for the sake of true love. "The Dragon Must Win" is a new book that expresses the kind of love that drives people to the very limits of mutual self deprivation.

Love has been one of the main themes of books for as long as there has been the ability to read and write. In the time of Cyrano & Roxane and Romeo & Juliet, one of the things that the authors tried to depict was the extremes that people will endure for the sake of true love.

"The Dragon Must Win" is a new book that expresses the kind of love that drives people to the very limits of mutual self deprivation. It draws you into the feelings and expresses itself in a way that people of all ages can feel the warmth and depth of the actions.

In an attempt to make sure Luvon has the kind of love most of us only dream about, she is placed in a position that requires an irrefutable act of true love to free her. Ray is drawn into the test of love by Luvon and the two of them work to find the resolution to the challenge and free Luvon from the position that holds her captive. Although they work together, the only way the challenge can be resolved is by the individual decisions that each of them must eventually make. The right decisions must be made and must be made within the defined time line.

Harlan Rider, the author, has made this a love story that will live in the heart of the reader long after the book has been read.

It pulls at the heart strings with such force that it will be a part of the focus whenever stories of love are a part of the discussion. A story that is impossible to read without an increase in eye moisture that could spill onto the readers cheeks.

This is a story anyone from the fifth grade to the fifth score of life will fondly remember, especially the happy ending. It is currently being published by Lulu (http://www.lulu.com), the world's fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books.

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