"Betrayal is a funny thing. The sting of it often sticks with us longer than the thrill of love, the fire of hatred, or the emptiness of loss. Betrayal eats at us when we know we should be happy, and it overwhelms us when we're already sad."
Madeline had hoped to call the Salr home, but hope can be a cruel thing. Now on the run from the very people who introduced her to her new world, she'll struggle not only with her view of those around her, but with her view of herself. She'll have to enlist the help of a mischievous Viking if she hopes to survive, thought she's afraid he might be the one who kills her.