Raise your hand if you would enjoy a vacation in a pit? Didn't think so. My hands are kind of tied since I don't want to reveal too much, but needless to say the hero to Sue-Ellen's heroine is a tad bit eccentric. He does like his existence in the bowels of a mountain, and while he halfheartedly tried to escape once, he has no motivation to do so. Until Sue-Ellen is thrown into his world, literally, and he catches her.
In the authors trademark style, the hero and heroine are all about the snark while falling in love. It's a shock to them to discover, at some point in their hair raising adventure, that they can't live without one another. When that happens, you better duck or run, cuz if you threaten you suffer.
This series never fails to amuse and entertain. I am totally intrigued with how the back story has morphed and am dying to see where it goes next. Sue-Ellen gets her dream boy, who is now a smoking hot man, and her happily ever after. For now. If the bad guys will leave them alone. What do you think the chances are of that?
Many years ago, Sue-Ellen fell in love with the golden-haired boy held prisoner by her uncle. She did everything she could to keep him safe, even forsaking her family. But would Samael do the same?
When he finally escapes his prison life, she thinks they’ll finally have their happily ever after.
Wrong. So wrong.
A mating between them has been forbidden because she is a mere shifter while he is the golden dragon the world has been waiting for. The one foretold.
What the world doesn’t know is Samael plans to conquer humanity—unless someone stops him, and she might have just found the only weapon that can.