Throughout the Disputed Lands, she is called "Amber the Untouched" - a chaste, golden-haired beauty fleeing the remarkable love that was prophesied at her birth...and the death that must inevitably follow.
He comes to her in darkness, as had been foretold - a wounded warrior with no memory...a promised lover seared by passion's fire, irresistibly drawn to the innocent enchantress who divines truth with a touch.
In a time of war, their romance is legend - until a lost past returns to Duncan and labels Amber his enemy. But he cannot forsake the beautiful woman who has healed his body and his heart. He vows to defy to the death the dread forces that have proclaimed their love...forbidden.
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So so follow up
If you want to have glimpses into the continuation of the strong characters from the first book this is great. However, the narrator is awful, and the story is loose and full of way too many scenes that don’t make sense about darkness ...
The narrator is AWFUL not story!
It's always a mystery to me why some narrators are chosen and hired. This woman narrator may be good for a children's story or possibly an young (very young) adult story but she does not belong reading for a book with passion or romance or meant to have a Scotts brogue or English lilt to her voice.....Oh this was extremely painful to listen to!! I can understand now, that
When I looked for another book she narrates there is none!
Get THIS one in print and read it yourself... This narrator will leave you wanting IF you can even get through to the end.