Falcon’s Nest

Falcons mate for life. Dragons mate for everything except love.

The first time Zaya met Bremr, she knew she’d found her mate. Though they didn’t speak the same language, and the orphaned falcon-shifter needed to work as a servant in his family’s home, their bond grew.

Until he destroyed it. Choosing family and duty over their forbidden connection.

Now, she finally has a place to call her home. But the gift of a strategic border fortress comes with a heavy price in many ways. Including the return of the dragon who she’s never stopped loving.

It would be so easy to give in to the passion that flares so hot between them. But she made that mistake before, and she’s not sure she’s willing to let her heart be burned by a fire-dragon.


Emotions are the one weakness a dragon cannot afford.

Bremr always hoped that, as one of the youngest brothers in a large family, he would never be called upon for an arranged match of his parents’ choosing. But a series of events has left him the only unattached male of his line.

Now his father wants him to fulfill his duty, but he can’t bring himself to do it. Instead, Bremr slips away to see Zaya again. He knows that she might never forgive him. That he doesn’t deserve another chance at love. But he also knows that he can’t live without her…