Andi doesn't do feelings and she definitely doesn't do dragons.
Andi is familiar with making bad decisions. For once in her life, she's making the right choice, the safe choice. But why does it feel so wrong?
Andi Ngo saw something she shouldn't have: a world filled with monsters, magic, talking cats...and giant, fire-breathing dragons. She didn't need a crystal ball to know that she didn't belong in it, so she walked away from destiny.
But now that she's back to her depressingly mundane existence as a night nurse and chasing down her troublesome brother, she can't help remembering everything she saw and felt with Damian: all consuming passion and a connection. Feeling like she mattered, that someone saw her for herself, and wanted her for his own.
When she discovers a new dangerous magic threatening her patients, there's only one person who might be able to help her. Can she risk going to Damian? One might walk free from a dragon once, but twice?