But when he arrives to the dragon land, Zacharei, "his" dragon, is more interested in knowing the human custom than to eat him. An he is also very interested in mating with Noah, and to do so he changes in a very handome young man. But he has forgotten to alert Noah of one thing: mating with a dragon is a forever commitment...
The story is very funny and lighthearted, pity it's also very short, less than 45 pages. It's all played in the dialogue between a witty dragon and an man who is helpless in front of his very handsome captor. At the end of the story, Willa Okati let us believe that we will read more about the peaceful "relatonship" between dragons and humans. I will hope so.
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