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"He is the leader of the men who destroyed my town. Burned the houses. Killed the men, the women, the children. I am the only survivor."
Waking to find her home destroyed and herself in the custody of a small army, a young Arboromine woman believes she is now the prisoner of its leader, Blair. Unable to clarify this mistaken captivity due to a curse placed upon her removing her ability to communicate, she feels she has no choice but to accompany Blair and his men back to his kingdom.
"Could she not realize that I had saved her? That I am not the enemy?"
When Blair reaches the once ethereal forest of the Arboromines, he realizes that he has arrived too late to prevent another of Pærick’s genocidal massacres. However, he finds one young woman alive. He mistakenly assumes her silence is the result of shock. Desperate to save her, he feels his only option is to bring her back to his kingdom.
The woman and Blair discover the truth about each other upon returning to his homeland. As she struggles to find her place amongst other refugees and Blair’s people, she comes to realize that there might be something more between she and Blair than she had thought possible. Her silence and captivating eyes continue to haunt and intrigue Blair, who suddenly finds himself dealing with a bevy of new emotions and vows to somehow remove the curse upon her. However, when Pærick returns and threatens to destroy everything again, Blair’s duties conflict, and he must choose between his promise to her and his obligation to his people. Will he ever get to hear the voice of the quiet young woman trapped behind her viridian eyes?
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 302 pages. 8.00x0.69x5.25 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk1478288256