Dragon's Treasure (Book 1)

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Maya By Maya_2011 Completed
Despite what the fairytale says, not all dragons are evil, not all knights are good and brave and the maiden is not helpless.
    
    This journey begins with her.
    
    The maiden, Olivia, is stumbling through a forest, lost after running away in a desperate attempt to seek life beyond her family’s demands. The dangers of the forest come upon her and she flees from a pair of hungry wolves only to find refuge in a dragon’s lair. 
    
    The dragon, Kaden, is not the monster Olivia first thought him to be. After overcoming her initial fright, and not being eaten, Olivia discovers that the dragon has a gentle heart. 
    
    Though Kaden cannot tell Olivia the truth of his curse, he welcomes her companionship, as she brings light to his lone and miserable life. Never has he dreamed that a young woman would be the one to start the change in him. While Kaden opens his heart to Olivia, their growing bond sets off events no one could predict. 
    
    The Prince, Magnus, a self-absorbed knight disturbs their peace. On his quest to slay a dragon, Magnus and his men come across Olivia. When Olivia thwarts his unwelcomed advances, the prince turns towards her with malice and the dragon swoops in to save her. The cunning prince is not one to give up easily, thus Olivia and Kaden are soon trapped inside the cave with no choice but to face Magnus and his knights.
    
    © by Maya_2011/Maya Starling
Ah yes even tho if like a wonderfully adorable dragon to chase me down and haunt my dreams every night I'm just too sore to move
This is weird cuz my name is Kaden... so I'm a dragon cool, lol. 
@BladeEchidna16 frfr! I'm not the only one who thought that!
either he's had experience and he's remembering what it feels like our he is imagining. no need to try
IKR!? All the horror movies use decisions no one would actually make!
I am not gonna lie... You have my full attention! I am guessing his not all dragon. 
                                    
                                    I have to admit though I cited towards the end... So touching!