Being thrust into a novel as Scarlett Arman isn't the best of fates. First, Scarlett is engaged to the emperor—who, by the way, happens to be the most vicious tyrant the world has ever known. Second, Scarlett is just a minor villain and ends up dead at the hands of that very tyrant only halfway through the book. The solution? Make him break up with Scarlett, of course. But what happens when every scheme backfires because the emperor has schemes of his own? Why does everything seem to draw the emperor closer instead of driving him away?
(Source: Editio Publishing)