Bryton Haruk sets out on a suicide mission to stop the bloodthirsty Skullmen from terrorizing the war-weary Land of Eldwyn. Consumed by guilt over the death of his wife, Bryton seeks revenge and reunion in the afterlife with his lost love. His purpose is determined, his bravery unmatched, until the queen casts a spell to save Bryton from himself.
Salome is that spell. A bird-shifter, she can harness the earth's breeze and take the form of a beautiful, innocent woman. Her challenge is to harness Bryton's pain and guide him to peace. She entrances and irritates him, tempting Bryton from his mission. Even as he gives in to the passion between them, Bryton insists on mounting a solo attack on the brigands' compound, and Salome fears her love won't be enough to save him....
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the book its self is ok, i guess. it is a new twist for SF. It's a bit hard to follow if you don't have 100% attention on the book but eventually you will figure out what is going on. I can see how it falls under Romance but if you like romance in your books this is NOT the one for you. There are 2 scenes and they aren't all that, I want a love scene that makes me jealous!
Overall it is a decent book but if you are leaning towards another or can't decide between this one and ANY other...go with the other.
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