(NOTE: I wrote this in, like, five minutes. Please ignore grammar errors and typos. I don't care about mistakes in this. This isn't actually the story . . . anyways, the writing aside, I'm honestly just curious about the "plot", what do you think of the "plot". Nothing else matters to me. Thanks so much!)
In a dark world divided by raw nature to the west and a power surging metropolis to the east, two unlikely creatures—Saybri, a Lycanthrope of the woodland and Kadence a vampiric prince of the city—find love in the silhouette of two very different worlds.
But when they challenge the boundaries of love, the two are swallowed by the thresholds of an unfortunate fate.
In an act to establish peace between the two warring nations, a treaty is signed and a union made. Saybri, daughter of the forest and heir to the kingdom in the trees, is promised to the new rising king of the city—her beloved’s elder brother.
With a duty to her woodland and its people, Saybri is forced into a union with a man she does not know to spare their worlds from further bloodshed. Brought to a city she is frightened of and tied to a jealous, blood-sucking husband she cares nothing for, Saybri is haunted by the ghost of love, and with the ever present Kadence just rooms away, the fires of affection between them cannot be quenched.