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His love for an enemy prince threatens his very life. Dare does not mind serving the spoiled and cruel Prince Darius. Growing up with him, Dare does everything for Darius including homework, bed play demands, and even doubling for him as the prince grows too paranoid to face even the smallest of crowds. But everything changes in a single moment when Dare, while posing as Darius, is abducted by the enemy. A captive in a new and hostile land, Dare meets another prince who seems just as indulged and rotten as Darius-until Dare gets to know him, until they fall in love. Against his will, Dare must continue to play the role of Prince Darius for real, or risk everything: his love, his land, and his very life. His only chance for survival is to keep a secret from the one he loves, a secret that is also killing him. A male/male, enemies to lovers novel of mad kings, troubled princes, abduction, fevers, cold dungeons, warm hearths, comfort, wine, and true love.
I love to write. I have this thing about words and how they are used to describe beauty, love, and all the things that open us up inside to our true self, our power. Words do that for me. They make me happy. The new moon smiling, the sadness of a fallen feather at dusk, predatory eyes gazing through smoke. Currently, I write all male/male romances. For the past few years it has been my first love, and is my focus. The reason I write romance these days is because the overwhelming power of falling in love (which has been proven to heal even cancer) is a game-changer. It makes sad people instantly happy. It makes bleak reality look sun-warmed and friendly again. But it can also be a feeling of total agony, which is why I always give my characters a happy ending. I have written in all genres: scifi, fantasy, horror, paranormal, contemporary, erotica, romance. Also, my poetry has won awards, publishing contracts, and was recently nominated for a Pushcart Prize. A fiction story of mine won Writers of the Future. My fantasy/horror fiction and poetry has received honorable mentions from esteemed editor Ellen Datlow in "Years Best Fantasy and Horror." I am a hybrid writer, publishing both indie (under my press name Eye Scry Designs) and with publishers including "The Android and the Thief" with Dreamspinner Press in 2017. All my books are available on Kindle and CreateSpace.