The Dragon Queen's reign is one of darkness and death. Humans have vanished under the rubble of their world and if the queen has her way, elves will be next.
Eroan, one of the last elven assassins, lives for one purpose: kill the queen.
He would have succeeded if not for her last line of defense: Prince Lysander. Now, captured and forced into the queen's harem, Eroan sees another opportunity. Why kill just the queen when he can kill them all? It would be simple, if not for the troubled and alluring dragon prince. A warrior, a killer, and something else... something Eroan finds himself inexplicably drawn to.
Trapped in a life he despises, Lysander knows his time is running out
If the queen doesn't kill him for his failures, her enemies will. There's nothing left to live for, until an elf assassin almost kills him. A stubborn, prideful, fool of an elf who doesn't know when to quit. An elf who sparks a violent, forbidden desire in Lysander. If Lysander can't save himself, maybe he can save the elf and maybe, just maybe... one stubborn elf will be enough to bring down the queen before her reign brings death to them all.
Duty demands they fight for their people. Love has other plans.
There is triggering content in this series, including, but not limited to: abuse, violence, drug use, and sex.
Alliances are forged and broken, friendships shattered, and despite the odds stacked against them, two hearts collide in this explosive sequel to Silk & Steel.
From his mother’s cage to a human one, but Lysander’s captors are the least of his concerns. Rumors of a monstrous bronze dragon ripple through human camps, a dragon tearing great holes in the world as though searching for something… or someone.
It’s just a matter of time before the bronze chief, Dokul, finds Lysander and makes good on his promises. And should he find him, Lysander knows Dokul will not be merciful.
Amidst the greatest of elven victories, Eroan failed.
Failed his people, failed himself, and failed the dragon who saved him. But he will not falter. The dragonkin are in disarray, there will never be a greater opportunity to strike. Eroan Ilanea will not fail his people again.
But when rumors of the dragon prince’s survival reach him, he must choose: Fight for his people or fight for the prince who nobody thought to save?
An elven assassin. A dragon prince.Three days they had together.Three days was not enough.
There’s a traitor among the elves. A traitor who will stop at nothing to see Eroan pay for the crime of loving a dragon, and Eroan Ilanea will pay with blood.
Lysander has never been free to choose his fate. That is about to change. Finally, he learns what it means to be emerald, but knowledge is power, and power whispers its seductive curse into the ear of a broken prince.
Elf and dragon. Leaders, lovers, fighters. Fates entwined.
But as the dragonkin rise under a new king, will Eroan's and Lysander's boundless love save the world or destroy it forever?
In the war-torn rubble of the human world, can a rebel elf and a lost dragon prince find love, or will a dark threat tear them and their world apart forever?
Sell-sword, drifter, lover, rogue — Zane is all those things. Known as the "Red Devil" by fellow elves, Zane will do almost anything for coin. With two exceptions:
Zane doesn't do love and he doesn't do dragons.
Always moving on, moving forward, leaving a trail of broken blades and hearts in his wake.
It's not such a bad life for an elf. Better than the rest of his kin, living under the rule and whims of the dragon king, Luceran.
Zane would have passed right through the reclaimed human city of Bayston, just like always, if not for one thing:
King Luceran has a new toy. A male he parades at court. A dragon with eyes of gold and scales as black as night.
But now, moving on is the farthest thought from Zane's mind. Because Luceran's new toy is not like the others. And maybe, just maybe, this terrible, beautiful beast, has the answer to a war that's raged for centuries and the key to unlocking Zane's restless heart.
Zane doesn't do love, and he doesn't do dragons.
But with the arrival of the Black Prince, everything is about to change.