Katherine sits in her chair and wishes she could do magic, real magic, not just the few parlor tricks her aunt taught her. She would just disappear and hide. They can’t sacrifice her to the beast if they can’t find her, she thinks. But she is too late to do anything and her blood freezes in her veins as she hears the defeated voice of her father. “Prepare the princess. We cannot afford a war.”
There walks a man. A tall, dark, and angry looking man. He walks alone by choice. In days gone by, he was revered by many and feared by all. And then he meets her. She is smart, confident and beautiful. And she changes him forever. She is a journalist, confident in herself. And she never believed that the world of gods and fairytales is real, but she finds herself in the middle of it. There are big surprises coming her way. But, I guess, the best way to conquer it all, is with an ancient god by her side.
She is an ice queen, cold hard morals and right or wrong are her guides in life. She is a goddess of a forgotten pantheon. She is the goddess of winter and death and so she is used to being alone. Until he comes in her life. He is full of energy, light and warmth. A wolf shifter in service of her sister. A tormented soul who can't find his place in his pack and in life. They are polar opposites, but opposites attract. Can they make a life together?
A successful fashion designer on the hunt for new models finds the son of a longtime friend very intriguing. He shows up at the casting late, arrogant and oh my world - gorgeous. She thinks it’s going to be fun taking him under her wing, showing him around, helping him to adjust to Milano, to the society circle she runs in. He only wanted to meet her and got sucked into the fashion world fast. Modeling? Why not? He’s a dragon, he can do it. How hard can it be? But fate has other plans for them. She is his mate after all. A goddess with more baggage she’s comfortable admitting even to herself and a socially awkward dragon shifter? This can turn into a tragedy really fast.