The Dragon’s Quest for Hopper starts off as any other low brow elf seeking a real place in life. He didn’t think the real place would be babysitter to a dragon. Part of him wishes the dragon mother decided on eating him instead of shoving him into this new role. What was he thinking getting involved with Linda or Hartliebe or thinking he deserved more in life than running a beer company. Beer is his life. Or it was. His life now seems a lot different. And scary.
Genres: Adventure, fantasy
Jason and Dominik
When I reach the town, the heat has grown worse. Not from the sky, either. The sky became dark and with it, cooler. The ground burns, though. I try to read the signs, but the writing does not make any sense to me. Dialect will be trouble here.
I walk into the sign with a bed on it. Inn. I need a place to rest for the unknown length of time Cyro will take. Inside, they chatter in a language I am not used to. A quick swift of my wand and I gain fluency for speaking. Good enough anyway to order a room and a meal. Cyro can walk if that is his interest now. I will take the freedom offered.
“Welcome.” Someone sits down at my table. “To Cloister Geysers.” The girl winks at me sliding a little in her chair to offer me a better view of her breasts. If I am still glamoured, I will be pissed. Such lies for someone they don’t know all because I look like some sort of god. “I am Sarah.”
“Stop bothering my customers.” The inn keeper comes over blocking my sight of Sarah. All I know about him, is he calls himself Jason. Now all I see is his back. “He wants time to relax.”
“Perfect.” The clap alongside the voice has me nervous to see Sarah again. “He’ll want to go to the hot springs my family owns.”
“You and your sisters should leave my inn alone.” He stiffens. “And stop that.” He moves away giving me a sight again of the she-elf. Her hand moves with him making me think she touched him against his desires. I am missing something here.
Sarah watches Jason walk away from us while saying, “Sass, Stephanie and I love this town. And I love you.”
“Shut up.” The inn keeper ducks away hiding from such obvious emotions.
Sarah turns to me again putting her hand closer to mine. “Do you wish to visit the hot springs? We can make you relax in every way possible.” The heat in her statement has me thinking the things I always wanted to think about females. It also makes me not trust her in any sense.
“I’ll be back, then.” She blows a kiss my way jiggling her breasts in such a well trained motion. I move myself further under the table. I need to stay hidden until my body calms down.
After the girl leaves, Jason walks over arms crossed. “She was supposed to be my wife.”
“What?” I stare at him aghast. “But…”
“That action, trying to seduce you, is why I broke it off.” He huffs looking around the room. “But they do have a reputation besides. The three are called sirens. They even advertise such. And I thought maybe Sarah was different. No, just a late bloomer.” He grumbles walking back to his work and another customer.
Eating and drinking, I have no idea what to think. The alcohol is good, too. Makes me want to stay a while longer than I would normally. Then again, right now, I have no where to go. Cyro will be here in an unknown length of time with that guy. The broken elf. What type of elf doesn’t figure out the way to get their wings fixed? I slam the mug on the table drawing eyes. Shaking it off, I stand. A walk around the town might help.
Inside the inn is it cooler than outside. The heat must be from the geysers and hot springs. My eyes go to the signs pointing the way. Soon enough I stand before a lady in barely there white swim suit. Nothing has my attention more than her breasts jiggling while she fiddles behind her booth. She had to know I was there, but took her time before speaking. I spent that time analyzing each and every curve of her luscious body.