elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

Dragon's Deal (Dragons 3) by Willa Okati

In a post apocalyptic world where dragons fly in the sky and the human genre live in what now are the ruins of past city, Alan, a former soldier, decides to find out if the ocean really exists. And when he finds a private shore, he thinks to have found the paradise, but it's a very lonely paradise. After a year of this life, he is ready to welcome every living being.

Sian is a rather young dragon, "only" five hundreds years old, and his fellow dragons think he is reckless and clumsy, and so they are preventing him from using the portal to return to the dragon lands. Alone and with the wish to find companionship, he arrives to Alan's shore. It's not the first time that a dragon takes a human pet, but Sian is not a very domineering dragon, he is more a type who like to be ordered around. And Alan, with his kindness and nurturing attitude, his the right man.

The Dragons series is made of short stories, this one is less than 60 pages, that have one thing in common: the dragon characters are not fiery and bad dragons, but rather overgrown pets. They remind me a lot of big cat, with the curiosity and the great devotion they could have for their masters, but also with the mischievous attitude... curiosity kills the cat... better the dragon! but in this case the curiosity is a positive thing and led the dragon to find his mate.


Amazon Kindle: Dragon's Deal
Publisher: Changeling Press, LLC (August 1, 2008)

Series: Dragons
1) Dragon's Dare: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/231139.html
2) Dragon's Delight: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/311341.html
3) Dragon's Deal 

Waiting Reading List: http://www.librarything.com/catalog_bottom.php?tag=waiting reading list&view=elisa.rolle 
Tags: author: willa okati, genre: futuristic, genre: paranormal, length: novella, review, theme: apocalypse now, theme: shapeshifters

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