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Dragon's Egg: Jack, a welsh orphan that made fortune in America, since his late teen years is haunted by strange dreams about a dragon friend who, in the end, becomes his lover. He thinks to be crazy and instead he doesn't know that his lover is real and he is dying to be so far away from his mate. Jack has to learn his real origin and claims his dragon's lover, Aneurin.
Dragon's Stone: After claiming his lover, Jack has to learn how to live in his new world with his dragon's lover and with all a new family around him. He also has to go to school, a school for magic and he will find new friends, first of all Remo, a real elf. But Jack's fate is more huge of what expected...
Dragon's Quest: Remo is happy with his new friends, Jack and Aneurin, but a lover from his past is near: Quenton. Both Remo and Quenton are spies, on opposite front, but love is a powerful weapon and can bond or divide forever...
The Dragon's Egg series is real fun. Jack is like "an American on the King Arthur's court": he lives in a world and era different from his own but he deals with the matter with good humor and positive attitude. And he is like a teenager with his first love when he is near Aneurin, his bond lover. Jack is not a macho man and so is not Aneurin. They are like two children who play to be adult: and like children, even the battles are game field.
If you want to spend some time without thinking, Dragon's Egg is what you can read and enjoy.