What do you get when you cross a dragon; the Department of Homeland Security; a young girl; and a small seaside community who has better things to do than cater to heavy-handed government officials, looking for a mythical beast that doesn't even exist? Lots of action; tons of excitement; loads of adventure; and a whole lot of laughs. Welcome to Brookings, Oregon! A popular coastal vacation spot that has just been invaded by a cast of very unusual characters.
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Meet KyRik, the newest and most extraordinary resident of Brookings. An intelligent, dragon-like, creature who is discovering that his new home is full of many surprising problems and numerous difficulties. Being an illegal alien has never been so challenging or fun. If his new environment doesn't kill him, then the United States Government just might! To compound matters, he unexpectedly finds himself at the center of a teenage girl's world.
Inept bureaucrats want him captured, the community wants him for their very own, and a young girl is determined to save him at any cost. With the help of her friends and the assistance of a 6ft. 6in. 350lb, coffee barista, from the local hot spot for caffeinated drinks, Cheya is determined to save KyRik and what's left of his people.
The first of seven books, “The Seven Dragons of the Gilst” is fun reading for anyone, from 7 to 70.
This updated version shares quick a look into book 2. The Prologue, and first 2 chapters of KyRia - Red Dragon of the Gilst, have been included for your enjoyment!