Both Symon and Lana feel alone. Traveling far from home, these royals break the law to protect the weak. He thinks he is the only blade shifter rescuing slaves, and she thinks he died years ago.
Both fail to fit in. Symon fears he will never belong with anyone again, let alone the animal shifters he wants to call friends. Lana knows she will never belong at court, especially if the other royals find out she is behind the prisoner escapes.
Denae Christine is a Bible-believing Christian who lives in Colorado and teaches high school math and English.
She has moved too many times and gathered too many bookshelves. She likes being with her family, listening to audiobooks, playing with little kids, puzzling, and collecting dragons.
Others find her strange because A, she likes reading and math equally well. B, she was homeschooled but now teaches in a public school. C, she thinks kittens are cuter than human babies. D, anything pink is automatically superior (except pink kittens).
She is most thankful to God for Jesus, for her family and friends, and that she is not allergic to apples or PB&Js (her lunch every day).
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This story coming in between books 2 and 3 is very fun, but not actually important to the overall arc of the trilogy. It's a quest going back and forth between the two main characters and their jobs. I love the action, adventure, and feel the book has as a fantasy book which is similar to the first two books of the series.