Noah, a lieutenant with the freedom
fighters, is dragged through the garbage filled streets.
Heís been sold out by Dob who somehow thinks that Noah is a
worthy virgin sacrifice to the dragons. Dob doesnít want to
hurt anyone, he just wants the dragons on their side. But
heís willing to make a sacrifice to ensure it happens and
pushes Noah through the gate into the dragonsí world. Noah
lands on a dragon.
This dragon is not as big as Noah had
expected dragons to be; heís only the size of a luxury
sedan, kind of small really. Noah isnít afraid and tells the
dragon that he is really pretty ugly, his colors clash.
After licking Noah, the dragon tells him that he tastes bad.
Who wouldnít after being dragged through the dirt and
garbage? The dragon, whose name is Zacharei, summons a rain
shower to wash Noah off.
Zacharei assures Noah that he wonít be
eaten because Zacharei wants to study the human, especially
human mating habits. Noah really thinks they are not
compatible since Zacharei is a dragon and
Noah...well...isnít. So Zacharei changes his form to that of
a human male. Is this the right form?
I love reading Willa Okati, and Dragonís Dare did not
disappoint. The interaction and banter between Noah and
Zacharei from the start is too funny. The story is just a
lot of fun and I would recommend it to fans of dragons
everywhere. Oh, and to those people who like hot, hot
manlove with their fun.