Kyla Ashbury, half-fae, must learn to wield her Earth magic to protect herself from the king’s guard. Fleeing her betrothal to the prince, she takes refuge among the woodland fae, who are experts at Earth magic. Before she can learn to control her gift, she has to return to the castle to undo some of the damage done when she ran away with Grant. Wielding power she can’t control makes the situation worse.
Grant will do anything for the girl he loves. Even with his power to foresee danger, keeping Kyla safe is a constant challenge. As answers lead to more questions, he wonders if he is endangering her further.
Kyla’s growing talent destines her to a power struggle she doesn’t want. Every choice she makes seems to jeopardize those closest to her. She must learn to control the angry magic coursing through her if she ever hopes to live a normal life with the man she loves.
Kyla fled King Alastar’s kingdom and her engagement to his son, Liam. Now in hiding with her one true love, Grant – she must quickly learn to harness her growing powers for protection. But when she finds out that King Alastar is holding her best friend as a hostage until she returns and agrees to go through with the wedding, she knows she is out of time.
“I thought back to the two of us standing on Nanny’s porch, free of the castle walls and no longer hiding our feelings from one another. Just he and I, ready to face the consequences of our love. We were naive. How could we ever think we had a chance against the entire royal court?”
“He shifted, rolling onto his side, and laid me down. My stomach tightened as he explored the curves of my body, first with his gaze then with his hand as he removed the last few articles of clothing between us. Wrapping my fingers around his neck, I pulled him to me and he settled his body over mine. Heat burned through me, intensifying everywhere we touched, making it hard to tell where he started and I began. Ultimately, it didn’t matter. We were meant to be connected. Two halves of a whole coming together. Joined as one because I was his and he was mine and nothing would ever change that.”