Cora expects to enjoy a welcome reprieve when she arrives at an ideal vacation spot: a secluded castle on a warm, sunny island. She has recently suffered the loss of her father, and now needs a little rest and time to be with her family. Instead of losing herself in sun and sand, though, she discovers that her heritage is unique and extraordinary. To make matters even more complicated, Cora finds herself being pursued by guys straight out of legends who won't give up. Life becomes a test of Cora's strength as she delves deeper into a world of magic and myth she would never believed to be real.
At first, I was a little skeptical as to how all these boys liked Cora pretty much upon her arrival, and she was attracted to them as well. A little too perfect. But in time, some things were explained, and the story ended up drawing me in. I liked it much more than I expected, and would, in fact, recommend it to fans of fantastical romance. It’s a light and interesting story, and this novel would be entertaining to a variety of readers.