There are those who would love to rid themselves of painful memories, to forget nasty pasts and mistakes. They say its hell to live with those memories. I say its hell to live without them. I have no memories of my past, my friends or family.
I owe my life to the Fae who discovered me bleeding and nearly dead at their doorway. They saved me and offered me a new life, regardless of my past. So I've served the Fae and the Shields since that day. My special knowledge of herbs and healing has been needed to save the Shields countless times. They are my brethren, my family, yet I am alone.
No matter where I search or what questions I ask, I discover nothing to open a doorway in my mind of locked memories. Until I catch a glimpse of a woman who seems as familiar to me as breathing.
Though she claims to not know me, our bodies know each other. Yet, I agonize over what she keeps hidden in the depths of her haunted hazel eyes. I fear the dark thoughts that lurk in my heart, and wonder at any black deeds in my past. If what I dread comes to pass, death will not come swift enough.
Above all, I must keep Jayna safe. She is the only one that has quieted my soul and shown me what serenity was.
©2013 Donna Grant (P)2013 Tantor
I can't believe it but the journeys and battles are all finally over, finished, ended, ceased and concluded but phew what a conclusion it was..... (and I must say the cover's not too bad to look at either).
As DG's captivating enjoyable series ends we have to say a fond farewell to the loveable group of Ancient Warriors in this final action-packed battle between good vs. evil. Gabriel, the last of the immortal loyal friends, finally has all his questions answered when attraction flares and his soul remembers Jayna, the last of The Chosen. However, she arrives as a hateful pawn in this deadly battle with a secret agenda of her own - revenge, but she unknowingly holds the key to unlocking Gabriel's memories but like Pandora's box, once unlocked it's contents have far reaching consequences.
In this fast-paced ending DG's talented writing enables the listener to conjure up such vivid imagery as the Fae, The Warriors and their partners as they overcome all the Demonic obstacles in the ultimate fight to finally defeat The Great Evil and to all get their happily ever after endings.
Worth a credit? If you're into fantasy/romance, as I am, then the answer has to be a YES. It's the last in a series so not really advisable as a stand-alone listen because you'll have missed so many thrilling exciting stories - so go back to book 1 and enjoy.
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