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King Xenos has a heart cold as ice from a childhood curse, so how is it that he is the only one who could save Princess Johara?
Johara thinks there must be a mistake when Xenos takes her north to be his queen, but it seems as if the rest of her life must be spent living in a gloomy castle with a cold husband.
However, things might not all be as they appear. Xenos’s passion is nothing close to cold, and Johara knows there is more to his curse than he’s telling her. Will Johara turn to ice when pressured with the cold, or will Xenos set her heart aflame?
Wildflower Crown – Coming June 2015!
Wild has been running her whole life from the power she never asked for. She does everything she can to push her dark secret from her mind, determined to fill her life with excitement and fun. When a band of outlaws comes to her with a proposition to infiltrate the royal castle and switch places with the princess, she immediately accepts the job.
Daivat’s life has always been structured and orderly. He wakes every day at dawn and practices tirelessly at his sword work and archery. His dream is to be a member of the king’s personal guard, but first he must prove himself by keeping an eye on the impostor princess while she fools visiting nobles into thinking she’s real royalty.
Wild and Daivat’s personalities collide. Can Daviat bring order to Wild’s life, or will Wild awaken something Daivat has never felt before?
Only in Whispers – Coming Fall 2015!
Wren has worked on a farm all her life, working the land of a lord of Iborek. After a long drought kills their crops, Wren’s family finds themselves unable to pay their lord his dues. To save her younger sister, Wren allows the guards to deliver her to the castle and learns that her fate is to be the plaything of Lord Allaster.
Cast aside as undesirable, Wren is given to Ferran to reward his work for his lord. Ferran has been in the castle for years, but he detests Allaster. He ignores Wren and and keeps wishing that somehow, Ferran and his sister will be allowed to leave that wretched place.
Wren doesn’t know how the king has allowed such evil to continue or how the other captive girls in the castle are so contented with their fate. After a late-night encounter with a ghost, the once-steady farm girl must question if she’s going mad.