Book 1


by L. R. Lam

Published 2 May 2023
The first book in a new romance epic fantasy trilogy, in which long-banished dragons, revered as gods, return to the mortal realm

"An intriguing world, forbidden romance, unique magic, and of course, as many dragons as your heart could possibly desire.”
—Tara Sim, author of The City of Dusk

“Tight, tense, smoldering, and wonderfully queer." —Mike Brooks, author of The God-King Chronicles

“Dragons have never been so sexy.”
—Kate Dylan, author of Mindwalker

Long ago, humans betrayed dragons, stealing their magic and banishing them to a dying world. Centuries later, their descendants worship dragons as gods. But the "gods" remember, and they do not forgive. 

Thief Arcady scrapes a living on the streets of Vatra. Desperate, Arcady steals a powerful artifact from the bones of the Plaguebringer, the most hated person in Lumet history. Only Arcady knows the artifact's magic holds the key to a new life among the nobles at court and a chance for revenge. 

The spell connects to Everen, the last male dragon foretold to save his kind, dragging him through the Veil. Disguised as a human, Everen soon learns that to regain his true power and form and fulfil his destiny, he only needs to convince one little thief to trust him enough to bond completely--body, mind, and soul—and then kill them.

Yet the closer the two become, the greater the risk both their worlds will shatter.

Book 2


by L. R. Lam

Published 7 May 2024
Long-banished dragons, revered as gods, return to the mortal realm in the second book in this magical, romantic, epic fantasy trilogy from a London Times bestselling author

One volume has closed and the next opened. But a different Archivist writes this now, for the last has flown out to the horizon and never returned. I wish I could promise all turned out well. That fate arced its way straight and true towards fairness and justice. If there is one thing I have learned, it is that life, even one touched by magic and fate, is never tidy.

But no matter how difficult things became, I cannot shy away from putting it all down, tempting as it is to burn certain pages. I made a pact and a promise that I would show it all. The good, the bad, the intimacy, and the betrayal. I am, for better or worse, the new archivist. I have to let it stand.  

Stories often begin with either a life or a death. This one is the latter.