Published by Less Than Three Press
Released on February 28, 2018
Cute cover snagged my attention first, but then… a dragon who hoards games and has just discovered that his hoard is lacking on-line games and the sweet gaming company representative who installs his games? It was too cute! I had to snag it.
So yes, this was a fun, light novella-length story of an average guy, Mike St. George, content to work in his company’s customer service call center, dream of the day his knitting can become an online business for him, enjoy his only relationship is his cat and with his family far away who suddenly finds himself in his own little adventure with a dragon. Zali’thurg is not human and doesn’t look or act human, but he does love games and they are the intense focus of his hoarding. He needs them all and, those golden eyes watch a certain game installer with an acquisitional gleam, too.
It has a sweet and adorable quality as this awkward pair try to figure each other out. It moves along slowly, but surely with the romance pretty much sneaking up on Mike though Zali’thurg seemed to see more than he was telling all along. I loved how the dragon is mysterious and there is a mystique surrounding him while Mike is salt of the earth and just a likeable guy who slowly figures out that he might just have a thing for a dragon.
I had a good time with this one and it brightened an afternoon with a quick, but delightful urban fantasy with a mild plot, a cute guy, and a dragon.
My thanks to Less Than Three Press for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.
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