That’s the challenge Elyse faces when a flying carpet lands her and her new djinn lover in the glorious city he calls home. Cade’s people need help recovering from a curse, but this isn't the only problem they’ll have to fix. Cade’s trip to Elyse’s world created a duplicate of himself, a not-quite carbon copy who firmly believes he’s Cade’s superior.
Arcadius has no patience for modern women, much less for males foolish enough to love them. If only Elyse’s aid weren’t necessary to catch a sorcerer who’s abducting his city’s youth! Being forced into her company is making him too aware of her attractions.
Elyse expects “Commander” Arcadius to be easy to resist. He’s arrogant, insensitive, and a chauvinist—making it obvious he doesn’t think much of her. Then, bit by bit, she sees past his prickly exterior. Arcadius is who Cade used to be before they met. If she fell for one man, there’s no guarantee she won’t fall for the other . . .
Book 2 in the Tales of the Djinn