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About the Book

Original Publication Date: June 25, 2002

Setting: Richmond, Ichidian Universe(SF), Nashville, Middle Ages.

This is the anthology that compiles all of the short stories Sherri wrote for Berkley. It contains:

Dragonswan is the first Were-Hunter story ever published.

Scholar Channon MacRea has spent years studying the legendary Dragon Tapestry, devoting days and nights to deciphering the impenetrable Old English symbolism.

Then one evening the mysterious Sebastian appears. He claims to hold the key to solving the tapestry’s mysteries… He also claims to be a dragon slayer trapped between two worlds.

For Channon there’s only one way to finally uncover the secrets of the intricate embroidery– by following this stranger into a fantastic alternate world of magic,...

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Characters

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The Hero: Sebastian

  The youngest of the direct Drakos Kattalakis descendents, Sebastian was exiled from his patria after the death of his sister. Now he walks as a lone Sentinel, forever banished from his family and kindred. Alone for over 500 years, he keeps to himself, but still upholds his oath as a Sentinel. He is one of the more powerful Sentinels, and has always been at odds with his older brother, Damos.  

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The Heroine: Channon

  Historian Channon MacRae has spent years studying the legendary Dragon Tapestry, devoting days and nights to deciphering the impenetrable Old English symbolism. All she wants is to uncover the clues. Be careful what you ask for, you just might get it.

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  • Makis

  • Sebastian

  • Channon

  • Damos

  • Darion

  • (A)SK Sherrilyn

  • Dark-Hunter

  • Were-Hunter

The Story Behind The Story

The scene where Sebastian gives his car to the waitress walking down the street is a fantasy I used to have when I didn't have a car, and had to walk to and from work... and to and from the doctor with my children. I actually did donate a car right out of college to a woman with three kids who was trying to get off welfare and needed it to go to work. Little did I know that two years later, I'd be in her same boat.

The museum in Richmond is one where I used to go with my husband back when we were first married. I love Virginia (hubby was stationed at Ft. Eustis).

The idea for the Were-Hunters came about a year into writing the Dark-Hunter short stories. I wanted to have shape-shifters. As I did with the Dark-Hunters, I went to Greek mythology. The tale of King Lycaon who angered Zeus was the inspiration for their branch of the world.

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