Sora finds this to be doubly true after meeting the struggling Burkhard Clan and the mischievous Ravi. The wind dragon has stolen his breath, and heart, away. Sora suspects he might have found his mate.
But his inability to be truthful with Ravi eats at Sora. When the Jaeggi attack, Sora can't keep his secrets any longer. Not when Ravi is in the center of the war raging around them.
He has to reveal who he really is. It's the only way to be with Ravi and give the Burkhards the help they need.
Sora's secret could tip the scales to save them all.
There's tropes, and then there's this book, Ravi has impulse issues, in Ravi's defense he was left unsupervised, you're only in trouble if you get caught, secret identity, only Ravi could have a meet-cute like this, Ravi attempts romance, it's bad, no its really really bad, thank god for it, bored mages get into stuff, mothers with an agenda, hurt/comfort, somehow the comfort part involves tacos, Ravi is a corruptive influence, Sora is a willing corruptee, chaos incarnate, protective mate, bad guys ramp it up to the next level, Sora has an ace up his sleeve, and is not afraid to use it, Bat-Ravi