Named of the Dragon is the second book I’ve read by Susanna Kearsley and I think she is my new favorite light read author! I’m not really sure how to classify her genre-wise. This novel was an atmospheric story about a literary agent who goes to a small village in Wales on holiday with some friends, and gets drawn into the life of a young woman who is afraid for the safety of her baby. There was some light romance and a touch of paranormal, and the plot was engaging and suspenseful. Although this book did not have as significant a historical aspect as the other I have read by Kearsley (The Winter Sea), there was a little bit, related to the paranormal parts. Reviewers have compared Kearsley to both Mary Stewart (historical and romantic suspense) and Daphne du Maurier (suspense, romance, known for Rebecca), and I think both comparisons are accurate. Kearsley’s novels are the perfect engaging travel reading and/or comfort read, and she will definitely be a go-to author for me when I am looking for that sort of book!