After ten years of marriage, my husband knows this all too well. So I never expect flowers. I expect gifts. And every once in a while he gets it right.
I woke up yesterday to a gift, yes, but also a dozen tin foil roses.
Serenity Chase is in the business of fiction. All those creatures you’ve fallen in love with, all the ones you hate, are real. They just live in a parallel world. As part of the Inter dimensional Syn Alliance, Serenity’s job is to keep them there. It’s a job she was born into, a job she can’t get out of.
So when a dragon crosses over, Serenity thinks it’s just another assignment. She didn’t count on the dragon stealing a boy from her junior English class and hoarding him like he’s the feast of the century. Getting him back is tricky. Keeping him safe, difficult. Not falling for him, impossible.
As if having a crush on a guy the ISA didn’t choose for her wasn’t bad enough, she finds out he’s a major key in discovering a secret the ISA wants buried. Keeping him safe means keeping him secret. Now Serenity is lying to the ISA; putting herself at risk of being sent away to one of a thousand torturous dimensions.
It’s worth it. At least it will be if she can discover the truth before they do.