Rule #2: Don't Break Vampire Laws
"I couldn't fathom the damage that had been done to the world because he was no longer in it. Not right now. All I could understand was how deeply sad I was to have lost him. To have taken his life."
They did everything they could to prevent this.
With Jase in jail and with Ara's royal identity now exposed, she is taken away to a fifteenth-century manor and forced to marry a medieval stranger. In an effort to find happiness in the misery, Ara vows to invest herself completely in this marriage and in the pursuit of becoming Queen, biding her time until Jase can be freed.
Getting to know the London Set leader isn't a challenge, though, and the young new Lilithian finds herself strangely attracted to his knightly valor. But there are disturbing forces working against them all.
A calculating insider seeks to destroy what Ara protects, and unwittingly sets off a chain of events that will have eternally-damning consequences.
Among vampires and harping old politicians, no one never imagined a simple witch would be such a threat.
The darker side of romance rears its devilishly-handsome head in this gripping book, playfully capering around a happy ending, while bearing the fangs of uncertainty in each gut-wrenching turn of events.