A strange ritual on a distant world might be just the thing for two war weary veterans. When it comes to magic, anything can happen on Summer Solstice !
A short story from: Let’s Have Fun, Summer Solstice 2016, Volume Two ~ Summer Solstice Anthology
Genres: Paranormal romance, futuristic romance, sweet romance, space opera
Rating: G – for all audiences
Length: Short story, 67 pages
Release date: January 26, 2016
Dillon Greenleaf is a member of Mythreal royalty and head of his planet’s security. Debutants have been chasing him his entire adult life in order to wed a man of power. He’s totally off women in general. When he meets Keira Foley – an Earth officer he suspects is a pirate spy – he finds he quite likes the Plain Jane female.
Keira has been pegged brilliant and unattractive by her fellow officers, something she doesn’t mind until she meets the hot, royal stud-muffin who believes she is capable of treason against her own world. When they meet again at Earth Embassy’s Valentine’s Day ball, Keira decides to blow Dillon’s mind. The Plain Jane has transformed herself into an enchantress.
In the midst of trying to find a traitor, Dillon and Keira must decide if they can put aside their differences. Will they remain adversaries…or will they find a love that lasts for ever after?
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