NOTE: This book has been previously published, but has undergone edits and revisions prior to re-release.
She was many things—the queen's cousin, a distraction, a temptation, his intended—but a spy?
When Griffon goes to his queen, the Regina, to ask questions about his brother's death, the last thing he expects is to be introduced to the mate she has chosen for him—her own cousin. He recognizes this for what it is, a ploy to get him to stop asking questions, and sets out to investigate on his own.
Charlotte is part of the inquiry of Griffon's brother, who was part of a plot against the royal family. Her assignment is to find out if Griffon knew of his brother's betrayal and if he is a part of it. Being Griffon's intended gives her the ability to get close and find the truth.
As they both secretly investigate on their own, a passion builds between them neither can ignore. Soon, information surfaces and brings to light truths that are difficult for Griffon to accept. In the midst of lies and betrayal, can his and Charlotte's newfound love survive?