Remarried and fully devoted to her duties as the High Chieftess, Sora tries to bury her memories of Flint. But she is forcibly reminded of her lost love when, on the eve of war with a neighboring nation, she is visited by Skinner, an old friend of Flint. He bring word of Flint's death, but Sora notices something strange about Skinner; it is as if he carries part of Flint's soul inside of him. When he starts revealing secrets that only Flint would know, and arousing her passion in ways only Flint had, Sora must figure out if this is merely the clever witchcraft of enemies who want to seize her power, and destroy her nation or the spirit of her one and only true love.
Hard to follow - jumps around between trying to give the reader background and current events. wacky names as if the author was trying too hard to be cool - very convoluted story line and I had no idea what was the point of the story at all!!! if it was not for the reader who tried SOOO hard to be worth listening too, I would not have bothered. She was great and should find more deserving material.
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this may be the worst book ever read. its sleeps in me too! I hope it never wakes.