The first night he met me, he told me he could never marry me.
I slapped him in the face and promptly fell into his bed.
He was the crown prince of Sorenia—and he was betrothed to someone else. Serious, fine as hell, and utterly infuriating, Aidan was everything I never knew I wanted.
We spent five amazing days in Gibraltar together, and then it was all over. Or so I thought.
When I travel to his country for my best friend’s wedding, Aidan is there, and he has his eyes on me.
What was five days becomes a whole summer.
Could it be love? Something more than a fling? The king and queen—and the law—are pitted against us.
Unless I can produce an heir.
Eva Wilson is no princess.
She’s wild. She’s fierce. She’s smart. And she keeps telling me that this is all a passing phase. A fling.
Hell no. I might be a prince born with a silver spoon in his mouth, but I’m not an idiot.
She’s in love with me. I’m in love with her.
And all those laws I took so seriously for so long—they’re starting to seem less important by the day.
I don’t care if my family kicks me out. I’ll give up my entire life, my future, to be with her.
And no one is going to stand in my way.