For over a decade he’s come to her, invaded her dreams, and brought her untold pleasure. She knows his name. Aristo. She knows what he looks like. Golden skin, bright green eyes, and tight muscles. But she does not know where she can find him.
That is until an aboriginal sales woman asks Tamia to try on the largest, most beautiful opal ring she’s ever seen. She does and it fits her perfectly. She is immediately whisked into a waking dream where Aristo loves Tamia like he’s never loved her before.
The next morning Tamia returns to the jewellery store to find there is no store, but there is the saleswoman, telling her an unbelievable tale about a sun god whose wings are clipped. A god who commanded both the sun and fire who now lives in darkness. A man she knows intimately. More shocking than the tale is the fact that the woman believes Tamia, a human, is the one person who can set the sun god free from his cage on Olympus.
Tamia has waited so long to find the man who makes her burn, she’s willing to walk through fire for the god of her dreams.