The Dragon and His Knight

by R. Phoenix & Adara Wolf

Opal desperately wants to fall in love and have a whirlwind romance, preferably with a human. So when he's rescued by a dashing knight, he thinks his day has finally come. There's just one problem: Tristan hates dragons. Opal isn't going to let something silly like that get in the way of his true love, though. Surely with a bit of wooing, some aphrodisiac dragon fluids, and an epic journey together, Tristan will see the error of his ways, and they can have their happily ever after.

Lost in grief, Tristan's only goal in life is to eradicate the monsters that killed his brother. He doesn't really want to babysit delicate Opal, who wears skirts and makeup and dreams of romance. Opal is strange, his stories don't make sense, and he's weirdly shy and lustful at the same time... yet he's sweet, and his kisses are addictive, and he makes Tristan's heart flutter.

Opal is sure theirs is a romantic story for the ages--but his secret might drive them apart for good.

The Dragon and His Knight is a standalone set in the Monster's Pet universe. It is not necessary to read The Monster's Pet trilogy before diving in to Opal's story!

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About the Author


Adara writes almost exclusive m/m, but she has a fondness for bisexual protagonists. She enjoys a lot of darker themes, so you'll see a lot of that in her works.

When Adara isn't writing, she's reading, painting, playing video games, and rescuing cats. She also enjoys learning about languages and other cultures. If you're ever curious about the kink content of her works, there are content notes for each story on the website. You can also find out more about her works and read some freebies there.


R. Phoenix (code name: Raissa) has an unhealthy fascination with contrasts: light and dark, humor and pain, heroes and villains, order and chaos. She believes love can corrupt, power can redeem and that the best of intentions can cast shadows while the worst can create light. She agrees with those who say that the truth is best told through fiction — even though fiction has to make sense while reality can be utterly baffling.

She loves chatting with readers, though she often awkwardly rambles. No matter how much she tries to keep her bad and often perverted sense of humor in check, it seems to escape at the most inconvenient moments. (Thanks, universe.)

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