Lord Aaron discovers a terrible betrayal.
Zin’s world is falling down around her.
Zin finds herself at the mercy of the Morgrar.
Mock and his family are in peril.
Things have never been more hopeless.
Zin might be dying. Lord Aaron speeds to Fairmont. Will he get there before it’s too late?
Things are coming to a head. The wark has been destroyed. Zin’s time has come.
Happiness. Fun. Lots of love. But Fairmont is swiftly approaching.
All he could do was hold her, feel her, know her. For as long as their time would allow.
Getting to know each other. Falling in love.
His face felt like it was on fire. His balls were aching. The blood thundered in his ears. And when he looked at her his vision swam and all he saw were those eyes, those lips, the high curve of her cheekbones. The ground was gone. Toth was gone. The world seemed to vanish.
Zin’s family is in danger. She must try and save them, no matter what the cost.
How very long it was. How very short it was. How she ached to get to Fairmont as soon as she could and how she ached to take as long as possible.
Tomorrow. Tomorrow. Tomorrow. Mock will find his daughter and destroy anyone in his way.
Zin has to make a choice. Will she risk everything for love?
Mock continues on his journey to save his beloved daughter.
Lord Aaron and Zin: Their first kiss. Their first embrace. But nothing more. How long can Zin resist?
I see the way you’ve been looking at me. In the eyes of God, you’re already mine. And I don’t mean as my slave
Lord Aaron knows his feelings. Zin does not. But soon she begins to see that he’s more than just a merciless Paleskin.