Nathanial knows who he is on the Earth Realm and what kind of man he is for Princess Briksanna. But, what kind of man will she need him to be in order to fulfill The Prophesy she has spent the last two thousand years eluding? Tragedy has everyone travelling from the Earth Realm to the Second Realm of Skaldanna pushing his comfort zone knowing he has no knowledge of court expectations, but together with Briksanna and their family he believes he can succeed where all others have failed in dissolving the reign of Lord Drakkoon.
Can Briksanna and Nathanial find the undisputable faith in themselves to accomplish what needs to be done despite the sacrifices made to save their friends and family while establishing peace within the Second Realm?
Once I started this, I was convinced I was having issues reading it because I was tired. I put it down and came back to it in the morning. It didn't get any better.
Here's an example from the book:
"She was proud of him in that moment for his trust in her. He did followed her instructions without pleading. She was astounded he held her in such regard to put their lives in such a vulnerable position."
There are similar writing issues on every page.
I really wanted to like it. And yes, I will admit I judged this one by the cover. The books I read that have a beautiful cover are usually the ones where authors invested in a good editor as well. This was an exception.
It was hard to keep up with what was going on in the story, and I really tried. I feel as if it has potential, and I would be willing to give it another go once it has been fixed.