The dragon blinked as the wee little human called out to him. Him? Her “Daddy”?
Powerful enough to have been venerated by humankind, yet warmhearted and even a tad ditzy, the dragon soon finds himself raising and doting on the precocious Olivia as if she really were his daughter in this touching tale. The toddler may be impossibly cute now, but just you wait—she’s a curious child and she’s growing up real fast. You can bet that one day, she’ll be the strongest human there is!
But first, how will he handle little Olivia receiving an acceptance letter to a human school?
Fun, but not well written.
Did I enjoy this story? Yes.
Was it objectively good? No.
There is a lot of repeated themes/phrases, the characters are highly generic, and there are some inconsistencies regarding the level of technology within the world. Like, an owl has to deliver letters, but the characters can order takeout with the push of a button? What button? Why is this not a major form of communication?
Anyway, I cannot really recommend this story based on well, the story. If you like reading dragon with daughter fluff though, this is a book for you.