THE STOLEN PRINCESS
The Fire Element, Lee, has stolen Celine from the others. Celine’s destiny was tied to his first, and unlike the others, he had already risked all and lost. Now is his chance to redeem everything he has lost—his power, Celine, himself.
Celine journeys with Lee reluctantly. She longs to cross this realm and return to her elements—to her tormented Brier, her sweet and charming Lindon, her beloved Tate.
With all hope, she wants them to be at the ocean when she arrives. To be rid of this element, Lee and the memories that they had, and the things he makes her feel.
For Lee, this journey is about one thing. To show her that they belong together. That it was written in the stars by the old mages that Fire and Water would rule together and restore balance to the realms.
Lee’s powers hinder him and are imbalanced. His fire only sparks. His shield doesn’t work if they need protection. The mind-reading is uncontrollable, and Celine’s thoughts of the others are intense with a painful need causing memories of some very passionate embraces. The worst part is when Lee has to use his powers on her. The heated lustful effects they cause in Celine, effect him just as strongly.
Winning Celine’s love and affection will be his challenge. Staying alive will depend on them both. They will have to learn to work together and to trust one another. But a lingering threat lies between them.
Destiny has two sides. In one, there is love, forgiveness, and sacrifice. On the other, it’s darker, painful in its hate where their blood will flow.
Will Celine give up the others for a destiny full of love, or will she keep them and potentially become Lee’s enemy?