Mikal Romanov was a dreamer, an idealist, a man who'd dedicated himself to making the world a better place. But idealism was no recommendation to sensible Morgan Kramer. Her father had been a dreamer, too, and his dreams hadn't left him time for anyone else.
So why was she trading common sense for romantic nonsense? Why was she willing to follow Mikal halfway around the world, risking everything to help him in his quest? And why was she falling in love with an intensity that burned like a thousand candles on the darkest winter night?