A case of mistaken identity takes Lark Sedassa from her family's estate and into the power of Kadar Arkalis, the ruler of North Eredor, who thinks he's captured a much greater prize. Although he soon realizes his error, he makes Lark his bride anyway, still hoping to capitalize on her family's connections. Escape is nearly impossible, and before long Lark is not sure whether she even wants to leave. As she struggles with her growing feelings for her captor, she must find the strength within herself to draw on powers she doesn't even realize she possesses. Without those powers, she cannot hope to face the evil rising within the kingdom...or save the man she now calls husband.
Author’s Note: While this is the third book in this series, all Tales of the Latter Kingdoms novels are written as standalone romances and can be read in any order.
Beautifully written, suspenseful romance
Simply put, it was beautiful. Although the ending confused me: I was expecting at least another chapter or two to tie up some loose ends. Yay, she got her man! But what about the other stuff?