Keegan has dealt with a lot over the last two years: Death, black magic and the loss of her bond to her chosen mate. But on her eighteenth birthday, the bond with Rourk returns.
Rourk longs to be by her side. Though he knows the distance between them causes Keegan physical pain, he wants to give her the time she needs.
Now, Keegan faces her hardest decision. Tradition requires elves marry at eighteen. If she accepts the path laid out for her, she will be spared a lifetime of physical and emotional pain. But will that life ever really be her own?
Could Rourk and Keegan finally be together? Oh I hoped for this the moment I opened it up on my Kindle
Best Part: You think I am going to say Rourk again, don't ya? HA...you are right! Rourk did win his Chosen One, Keegan back. I was so happy about this. I loved Rourk so much more throughout this book because of everything that he did for Keegan. I also loved that he stuck to the Elfin tradition. I liked that Julia Crane entwined the characters from the series in this book.
Not so great part: Some parts of the book seemed rushed. I understand the purpose it but I wish there was more interaction with Donald, Rourk and Keegan. However, even with that the book was great.