|A veteran of the war in search of a hero's welcome, Collin finds himself S.O.L. The man he could have fallen in love with didn't come home with him, and Collin's left without a direction. What does a soldier do when the fight's over?|
Why, he finds a new challenge. Or, in this case, a challenge finds him. One of the mysterious dragons that appeared during the war to circle the skies snatches Collin from his home and carries him to the dragon lands. The dragon, Zacharei, claims he's "returning" Collin to his dragon lord. But how can this be, when Collin's never visited in the first place?
Collin begins to understand when Zacharei leaves him with "his" dragon, Avalier, a beast who's the exact duplicate of Nyas -- and who thinks Collin is his "Kay-lin," a doppelganger who disappeared during Avalier's own last battle. Mistaken identity has never been this sexy -- and a mix-up has never been so perfect a solution for the lonely hearts of two soldiers.
Praise for Dragon's Delight
"Dragon's Delight is a beautiful heartwarming story of loss and gain... The very talented Willa Okati presents another magnificent tale of love, humor and the intimate emotional connection of Collin and Avalier's body, mind and soul bonding."
5 Nymphs! -- Chocolate Minx, Literary Nymphs
"Both male characters are fully developed in this short work, with complex feelings and valid emotions. Their attraction for one another is completely believable and quite touching, and the sex scenes are hot and well-written. No flaws here - just a great, tightly written story of one man and one man-dragon finding peace and happiness together in a world set far in the future. Great job, Ms. Okati!"
-- Dandelion, Whipped Cream Reviews
"Dragon's Delight is a fascinating blend of post-apocalyptic, futuristic, and paranormal. My only complaint with Dragon's Delight is that it ended too soon!"
-- Cassie, Joyfully Reviewed
"The love these two share is remarkable and makes you wish to find that one person that can make you feel as if you can do anything."
4 1/2 Tombstones!--Megan, Bitten By Books