Han Alister is travelling back to Marisa Pines, to fulfill his obligation to the Clans. Along the way, he comes across a wounded Rebecca.
But as the secrets between them are finally revealed, distrust and betrayal threatens to cause a rift, just as they need each other the most, as Raisa will have one chance to claim her birthright.
Well, this book definitely had a lot more happen in it then the last two books. It also pretty much stayed on the main plot, of ensuring that Raisa could claim her birthright and not be removed from the line of succession. Despite all of that, I still felt it dragged in some places.
I’m happy that the books finally revealed who Fire Dancer’s father was, although I don’t think it was such a big surprise. I can’t really think of who else could have been his father; there weren’t a lot of options presented.
I can’t say that I’m excited to read the fourth book, at times it was a struggle to make it through this one, but I do want to find out what happens at the end.