A desperate dragon. A lonely necromancer. A marriage neither wants.
When he is summoned to the royal castle, Rochus anticipates nothing more than a particularly difficult assignment. The bothersome journey is almost made worthwhile when he is propositioned by a young, beautiful dragon, Tilo, who seems untroubled by the fact that Rochus is a necromancer.
When Rochus arrives at the castle he is ordered to marry the very same dragon he spent the night with. Though Rochus would rather sign papers and return home, he is helpless against Tilo’s pleas for help, even if it means spending more time around a man he is desperately drawn to but who doesn’t seem to want him.
No matter how much confidence and experience someone gets as they mature they still are getting older. When a young gorgeous barely over their teens hits them it feels you are breaking some law. But what do you when a marriage is forced and for the wrong reasons it’s even worse.
As a fantasy book I really enjoyed this book. It had really great mystical battle scenes, and the chemistry between the main characters is extremely hot. There is a reality in the emotional battle that Rochus is dealing with. It just enhances the overall feel and depth of the story. A great short read for a quick afternoon or evening.