For centuries they’ve lived in secret among northern England’s green and misted hills. Creatures of extraordinary beauty, power, and sensuality, they possess the ability to shape-shift from human to dragon and back again. Now their secret–and their survival–is threatened by a temptation that... read more
“The fairest face, and the blackest heart.”Baroness von Zonnenburg
“At least I know my own heart, black as it may be.”Christoff Langford
“If the other maidens of the shire were garish bright stars, then you were the midnight around them, silent and mysterious and all the more interesting for it.Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
“Righteous intentions, noble deceit. Two sides of the same coin.Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
“No, my sweet. For all its wild ways, I love the night.”Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
We’re hiding the ridiculously simplified synopses, summary, organizations, themes, errata, movie connections, books with additional background information, books that influenced this book, books influenced by this book, books that cite this book and books cited by this book sections. If you would like to add content to them, you must first make them visible.