I really, really tried to get through this book. I made it through about the first 60 pages and I had to give up. Just boring and I couldn't get into the characters or develop any interest in what they were doing or who they were. I found the hero heartless and uninteresting.
Raised by a ordinary fisherman. Ica secretly believes she is the child of the sea god Poseidon...and destined for heroic deeds.Diquised as a boy, she is sold to the magnificent warrior Jason of Massalon. He teaches her the secrets of his mysterious arts--unaware that Ica is the daughter of a great and terrible prophecy..... From burning battlefields to the holy crypts of Knossos to the bedchambers of a fabled Cretan palace, Ica and Jason are caught in a maze of deceit and blackest betrayal. Now as passion enslaves them both, only the hidden truth can lead them out of evil's darkness. Only love can take them beyond treachery, beyond war, and beyong DESTINY.