A princess locked away in an ice tower.
A handsome kidnapper who insists her savior-queen is a liar.
And a chance to break the curse that's bound them all.
Jayla Storm woke up next to a dead body, with no memory of how it got there. Then Kip Stanton blew up her ice tower—the only home she's ever known—and kidnapped her, insisting it was for her own good.
Now she's stuck with a group of rebels hell-bent on usurping the queen who saved Jayla's life. As her memories resurface, she's afraid to trust anyone, even while her feelings for Kip grow stronger.
But wherever Jayla goes, the monstrous ravagers follow. If she's going to survive, and perhaps save Kip and the others, she'll have to learn to trust someone—maybe especially herself.
by N.R. Larry and Margo Bond Collins
This story really had potential as an adventure romance. The few typos didn’t really distract much from the story. However the bantering between characters were adolescent and sophomoric. For example main character calls a disfigured man “melt face”. Love making was often described crudely- more cringey than romantic/tender/caring. This could have been much better.