In The Envoy's Honor, there are more dragon shifters—yay! And for everyone who's been wondering if/when Griffen will get his happily ever after, here it is. This is an enemies/adversaries to lovers story with Griffen and Kirill, an envoy from the kingdom of Ivria, both trying to protect their people and being put into conflict because of it. And then, of course, there's the attraction they feel for each other, which they try to ignore...but we all know how well that's going to go, right? When they finally might be inching toward trust, a treacherous plot is uncovered and someone is murdered. And chaos ensues. I love this book and Griffin and Kirill and their family and friends, and I hope you do too.
About The Envoy's Honor
The Ivrians seem to want to drag Corentin back to Ivria for the offense of revealing their secret, but Griffen refuses to let it happen. His determination puts him into contact—and conflict—with Kirill, a negotiator for the king of Ivria who possesses the dragon Talent himself. The two clash and connect, getting closer and pulling away as they try to negotiate the needs of their people and an unwanted attraction between themselves. However, just as trust might be growing between them, a plot is uncovered and a member of the Ivrian delegation murdered. Griffen and Kirill must discover who is behind both for the safety of their countries and the people they love...and for a chance to be together.
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