The immortal Dorgi teach that we do not incarnate with our soul mates. Love is a condition and not a task, therefore to find and love your soul mate is purely a distraction from your life’s lessons and your eternal soul’s journey.
For Madros and Eamìn, however, an exception has been made.
The fate of the world is at stake as the Lord of the Dream Realm seeks to control the minds of men with another darkness, enslaving them through their dreams for his will. But a blessed Majae can stop his second war and Eamìn is the Earthborn heroine incarnated for this purpose.
Only her incredible love for Madros can inspire the effort necessary to fulfill the greatest purpose ever expected from a single life. Nevertheless, while Eamìn is fully committed to the sacrifice she must make, Madros is committed to stopping her from saving the world and losing her life in the process. And he’ll do so even if it means sabotaging their chances at being together.
And if they can’t be together, it will slowly drive Madros insane, a former king with control over the entire region of Calàdra, without laws or rules to bind him. Madros is forced to send his beloved to a remote city where his cousin Gareth is king. His youngest cousin, Fin is sent with her to protect her from the dark forces ever searching for her power, but more importantly, from Gareth himself.
When Fin is accused of an affair with Eamìn, who has been forced to marry Gareth while in hiding, he escapes to Madros’ city with the heartbreaking news that she is no longer safe there. But pulling her out of the hidden city will expose her again to the fate Madros has protected her from.
Madros must decide if leaving Eamìn in Gareth’s clutches is the lesser of two evils, or will the guilt, pain and anger of how she suffers in Gareth’s hands, cause him to choose another option so deadly, in an attempt to rid both threats to her.
Fin is exposed to Madros and Eamìn’s past through a powerful Majae named Atya, who gives him a glimpse into the events that lead him to the present conflict. Time is an infinite loop, expanding, contracting and repeating again, and this tale weaves itself through a series of parallel events three years apart. In the end Fin finds himself standing between Madros and Eamìn, two people he’s sworn to love and protect with his life, and deciding which to serve.