All Polly ever wanted was the freedom to do as she pleases. Picturesque Dragon Island is a nice change of pace, until it’s not.
The more time she spends in the same village, the more it feels like a cage. She yearns to find something new, something exciting.
She doesn’t count on that "something" being a man.
Or a dragon.
Guardian of Water, god to his people, Ruarc has lived lifetimes alone. His existence revolves around his duty of caring for the island's wildlife and shifters. He’s content.
Until he meets a human woman who doesn’t belong.
She’s unreasonable. She’s unpredictable. She’s meant to be his mate.
How can he tame a woman so wild? He can’t--not if she tames him first.