When Sunny retires to the northern Ontario wilderness to mourn his parents’ deaths, he’s hoping the change of scenery will afford him some peace and quiet.
His hopes are soon spectacularly dashed.
In self-imposed exile, dragon Emile runs across the Fold between his dimension and Sunny’s—and right into Sunny’s arms. Centuries out of touch with human culture, bright, beautiful Emile incinerates any hope Sunny had for an ordinary existence. With dryads and water sprites coming to life all around them, Sunny can’t deny the magic Emile brings to his life—or his heart. But that same magic leads the unrelenting dragon who would keep Emile captive right to them. To save his love, Sunny will have to reach deep and find some magic of his own.
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So not what I’ve come to expect from a Jaime Samms book! And I’m not sure she’s entirely comfortable with this genre as yet. There’s a lot of world building, which I found to be somewhat confusing in the case of dragon reproduction ritual, but loved when it came to descriptions of magical beings. There are a few jarring (at least to me) editing slips re Ananth’s gender, i.e. is they or she the correct identification. In the end this is a deeply moralistic tale at the heart of which is the statement, “No future think”... and the implied next step, no future. You figure it out.