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No power is greater than the one you’re willing to sacrifice. Princess Violetta Flame lives her life according to rule, but those rules require her to pay a heavy price. Haunted by a devastating loss, she longs for freedom. When a handsome ruler takes a special interest in her, she senses greater things lie ahead, but behind the handsome façade lies a dark secret – one that can usurp her efforts and cast her back into the life she detested. The throne was never promised to Emperor Ryore Frost, but now that he has ultimate power, his world is filled with possibilities. Citizens bow at his feet, but their fleeting adoration is no match for his obsession with the young Flame Princess. As his feelings for the staunchly independent princess grow, a new threat emerges, bent on undermining his efforts and betraying his sensibilities. When past tragedies, malevolent behaviour, and strong wills collide, which will reign supreme?
Phoenix is the tale of two young rulers that have suffered past tragedies.
Princess Violetta Flame, now the sole heir of her realm, is expected to be married off, but she longs to live out her days as a free woman, away from all of the duties and glamour that go hand in hand with being of noble birth.
Emperor Ryore Frost, successor of his mighty father's throne, seeks young Violetta's affections. He wants only her to become his wife and to bear him a strong heir that will save his throne from falling into the hands of his younger brother.
This novel takes a direct look into the human mind; from the most basic needs of affection and stability, to how we deal with loss, and the reasons behind the choices we make when our sense of freedom is threatened.
Need to feel love
Naivety of youth
The real message of Phoenix is for people to be true to themselves, to never give up their personal values, and not to change for anyone, no matter the circumstances.