Some have called me impulsive, and maybe I was, much to my own detriment … at seventeen.
A social pariah in my own nation after being found in a fatally compromising position, I tucked tail and ran to Earth for study, work, and to heal my wounded heart. It took seven years for the opportunity at redemption, to earn my way back home, but it means infiltrating dangerous enemy territory. If the Brausa catch me, I might wish for a quick death.
My goals? I have two of them. Save my childhood friend, our Sunan leader's last surviving daughter, and, get away from Nick Dylant. His deathbed promise to my older brother has him bulldozing into my life, making demands regarding my safety. He's even found a way to force a marriage using some obscure, arcane law of old in order to protect me, but if he thinks he can force his will on me, he can think again. There is no way he's going to control who I am or what I do in this world.
I don't need his or anyone's permission to steal away in the middle of the night with a disguise, a rough map, and an even rougher plan of action, because one thing is for certain: I refuse to join with anyone who sees me as a duty, not when I've loved Nick since I was a child. Not when I dream about his kisses and crave his touch.
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I was given this book by Danube Adele in exchange for an honest review. I've always wanted to read her books but never had a chance. As an romance reader I have read many books written by other authors. I have never read romance novel that depicted other worlds. In Dreams of a Fierce Heart, Danube Adele, has found a way to entice readers into believing in other worlds. She uses such descriptive language in describing the planet Te're, with its twin moons, and the people of that planet. The characteristics of the people and how they live really has the reader's imagination spinning, yet connects the readers with their experiences of their own lives. I enjoyed the suspense, the Sci-fi aspects, and especially the romance. She really can paint a picture in the minds of the reader. I look forward to going back and reading the previous three books in this series, along with her next book. Danube, you have so much talent. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.