The Four Seasons Crown
Vivian Darewood has always known she would marry for duty. And even though she knew it was coming, marrying the Winter King never crossed her mind. When Vivian’s father, King Eldor of Tearis, instructs her to kill the Winter King and take the Four Seasons Crown, she reluctantly agrees. With the promise that she is doing the humans a favor, she marries the man who holds many titles and leaves for the Fae Lands.
Xavier Coldent trusts no one, least of all his new wife. The crown on top of his head makes him a target for many, and the only reason he agrees to marry Vivian is to strengthen it. The Four Seasons Crown means everything to him. Not only does he rule over Winter Court, he is also the leader of the Council of Magic and the Four Seasons King. There’s nothing he wants more than to keep duty and pleasure separated. The only problem is the beautiful woman he now calls his wife, who proves to be anything but the stuck-up woman he expected her to be.
What should be a simple marriage to unite the realm turns into something much more difficult for both of them. While Vivian struggles to accept the act of killing her fae husband, Xavier has to keep his heart guarded, for a broken heart can be the downfall of his reign.
Killing the Winter King might be what Vivian agreed to, but it proves to be a difficult task, especially once Xavier tries to make it work. Will their marriage blossom into something more than a union for the crown, or will their secrets tear them apart and make them an even easier target for the ones that want to take over the realm?
Royals of Eldorya consists of one book, and the series is set to expand with the upcoming release of one more book. The current recommended reading order for the series is provided below.