For lovers of Indian romance
The story really delivers its promise: this is exactly what comes to mind whenever the synopsis of a story claims that the heroine has magical healing powers!
The only drawback is that Jarrett, the hero seems to be EASILY captured or injured if he's got to fight more than ONE enemy at a time, regardless of his opponents' skill. It's really rather disappointing because he appears to be a very strong (almost invincible) warrior as proved time and again when he battles opponents in the 'games' and also due to his inner strength in surviving his ordeal.
He was everything a woman dreams of in a man--strong, virile, courageous. More at home on the battlefield than in the bedroom, he would give his heart only once and fight to the death to protect his love.
A creature of moonlight and quicksilver, she had rescued him from unspeakable torture, the healed him body and soul. She was all he'd ever wanted in a woman--gentle, innocent, exquistely lovely--but his enemies would do everything in their power to keep her from him. Only a passion born of desperate need could prevail against such hatred and unite two lovers against such odds.