Joshua has made some sweeping changes at the start of his reign. All he needs now is to find a way to mingle with the people without being recognized. His plan was to invent an art student by the name of Timothy. After his daily business is conducted as king he disguises himself as Timothy. On his nightly jaunts he has met his soul mate, Katrina. Slight problem she only knows him as Timothy. Can he gather the courage needed to reveal himself to her, and still keep her love intact?
This second installment is just as good as the first. I didn't want the story to end, but I am looking forward to the third installment. This series keeps getting better and better. So sit back with your favorite drink and enjoy another excellent story.
Joshua continues his masquerade as Timothy in order to have the freedom he's so longed for. On his first date with Katarina, he knows he's met his soul mate and the woman who will reign by his side as his queen.
Now in turmoil, he struggles with the knowledge he'll have to tell Katarina that Timothy is a disguise, that he's really Joshua the king and a vampire. Fear of losing her makes him hesitate to tell her the truth so he continues the deception...
But Joshua has no choice. Eventually he has to tell Katarina who he really is. Will she forgive him for his deceit? Can she accept that he's a vampire?