Gold Like the Sun - Erin Kellison

Gold Like the Sun

By Erin Kellison

  • Release Date: 2016-07-21
  • Genre: Paranormal


From New York Times bestselling author Erin Kellison, Gold Like the Sun is the second book in the exciting and passionate adventures of the Sol sisters.
It's the wedding of the millennium! Princess Pilar Sol and Hakan Frust are celebrating their union with sector fetes full of celebrity and pomp. Theirs is an arranged marriage to preserve the vital commerce of the Nyer Transit Hub, and yet Pilar is madly, unreservedly, passionately in love. She has all the excitement she has long dreamed of—and a little more than she bargained for when she discovers that Hakan's grasping family wants her dead.
Hakan has done everything in his power to save his inheritance—the bustling but impoverished Hub—including marrying a wealthy princess for her dowry. His heart isn't supposed to be part of the deal, but Pilar has all the beauty and joy his life lacks. When Hakan runs afoul of his uncle's associates—criminal in nature, violent in approach—he refuses to risk Pilar, not for money, not even for his life.
But Pilar is not so easily cast aside, and negotiations turn into a gamble with the future of the sector in the balance. Hakan is about to learn about the high stakes his bride will hazard, as he now has far more to lose—and win—than he ever believed possible: a future brighter than gold.
* This novella was originally published in the Hotter on the Edge 2 anthology, which is no longer available.


  • Out of this world

    By trouble052622
    Books 2 is great shows how strong and determined Pilar is to stand on her own and fight for her husband and what she wants. Even after being drugged and put on transport home. Hakan finds himself with only one good hand trying to fight for his rights and save his bride. Little did he know she was fighting also. Between his family and the Black Orchid they were in for the fight of there lives loved this story
  • Another good read

    By ledoss
    ARC book provided by publisher for honest review. I have enjoyed both books in this series, this was the second book and Ms. Kellison did not disappoint. Well worth the time spent.