By Jennifer Fallon
Medalon has surrendered to overseas invaders, Tarja is once again an outcast, the Defenders have scattered… and their in basic terms desire is Damin Wolfblade.But Damin has his personal problems--the excessive Prince is useless, so Damin needs to raise the siege at the Hythrun capital and defeat an usurper sooner than he can come to Medalon's aid.For R'shiel, time is operating out. She needs to be able to deliver peace to the divided southern countries, to loose Medalon from Karien profession, and to discover the energy to place an finish to Loclon. and she or he has ultimately authorised her future because the Demon baby, this means that she needs to be the single to defeat Xaphista--soon, ahead of the Harshini are destroyed. yet how can she kill a god?
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Which familiar face was really her enemy? Whose eyes hid treachery and whose were genuine in their friendship? She escaped the tent with relief, glad finally to be alone. Brak seemed to sense what bothered her and made no attempt to follow. She paced the large Defender camp, too restless to seek her bed. Since returning from Sanctuary, R'shiel found she didn't need sleep the way she once had. While a useful trait at times, in the darkest hours of the night, when the human spirit was at its lowest ebb, she felt the burden of her destiny keenly.
But Kalianah, the Goddess of Love, had imposed Tarja's love for her on him. Xaphista had told her that and she had no reason to doubt him. Tarja loved her because the gods willed it. He had been given no say in the matter, nor was he aware that the choice had not been his. If Tarja ever learns of the geas, Xaphista will have no need to seduce him, R'shiel thought unhappily. Tarja's wrath would be enough. She knew that, as surely as she knew nothing she could do, nothing she could say would lessen his fury, should he ever discover what had been done to him.
Don't you see? " "It's a nice thought, R'shiel," Brak agreed. "But the captain is right. You won't dissuade the priests so easily. " "A day at the most, if we want to be gone before they arrive. Two days if we plan to make a fight of it. I would advise against that. " She nodded slowly. " The Harshini frowned. " "I don't think we have much choice in the matter," she announced, figuring that if she sounded decisive, nobody would guess how uncertain she was. "You should leave for Fardohnya, anyway.