Born into a wealthy family on the west side of the Naga Kingdom, Djinn De'monte has always lived a life of undeserved luxury. He parties every night courtesy of his father's money and, with a flick of his hand, can bed any woman he chooses. Why would he ever give any of that up to settle down and work a regular job? Everything he needs is right at his fingertips, but when an unexpected tragedy strikes the rug is suddenly yanked out from under him. Djinn is forced to sink or swim. Join him on his forced pilgrimage as he reluctantly discovers that there is more to life than having everything served to you on a silver platter. Will he learn just what he stands for, or will he be swept up with the rest of the garbage?
In this short prequel we travel back to Djinn's youth to find out exactly what transpired before he met a very unusual servant girl. This story can be read before Serving the Scales, after, or by itself. Though Djinn's story isn't part of the Serving the Scales Trilogy, it is an important part of the history that took place in Iruli.