Furious and weary, Angus Shea wants out, but he can’t stop the magic powering his visions. The Celts kidnapped him when he wasn’t much more than a boy. He’s sick of them and their endless assignments, but they wiped his memories, and he has no idea where he came from.
Arianrhod prefers to work alone and guards her privacy for the best of reasons. She’s not exactly a virgin, and she’d be laughed out of the Pantheon if the truth surfaced. Despite the complications of leading a double life, she’s never found a lover who tempted her to walk away from the Celtic gods.
Dragon shifters are disappearing from the Scottish Highlands. The Celtic Council sends Angus and Arianrhod to Fire Mountain, the dragons’ home world. Attraction ignites, so urgent Arianrhod’s carefully balanced life teeters on the brink of discovery.
Can they risk everything?
If they do, can they live with the consequences?
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Wow, this book blew me away! There are no words to say how much I loved it. Who doesn't love dragons? The world Ann builds is so fascinating. I want to say it is complex but it's not overwhelming. I felt like each part of it was introduced in just the right way. I loved when they visited Fire Mountain. I could just picture what it looked like and feel the heat. That was great because it's been so cold here. Lol. All the places in the story made me feel like I was looking at a rainbow of colors. The characters were well developed. I loved both the hero and heroine. The heroine was very strong and never whiny. Trust me, you will love her. I think my favorite part was the selkies. I want to live in the ocean with them. I could go on and on but I will give away spoilers if I do.