Tel, handsome crown prince of Feigh, has negotiated an end to the war between his country and the strange queendom of Omela. He looks forward to an easy reign of wild parties and wilder men. The deities have other ideas, however, in this gay fantasy novel of transformation, redemption, and love.
Never once did they imagine they might be walking home to find things far worse than they had left them.
"I wanted to make you something that was from all of me, human and dragon, because you have accepted all of me." -Egan to Raidon
Silken fingers of his power brushed over her arm, so lightly it could have been the breeze. “You take care of everyone, but who takes care of you?”
War is coming, or is it already here? Faye is stuck trying to overcome her PTSD from the last battle. Will she be able to learn enough magic in time to stop Typhon in this war or will her guilt cripple her in the Ether's time of need?
Review of Bronwyn Eley's first novel in The Relic Trilogy