Planet Jasan is mobilizing for war against the evil Xanti, enemies of all. As the warriors of Jasan prepare to strike across the immense void that separates the galaxies to end thousands of years of bloody conflict, into the gathering storm comes Warrior Princess, Gloriani of Ramouri, known as “Glory.” Stripped of her birthright for refusing to marry a brutal man who believes that a husband’s job is to break his wife through humiliating subjugation, Glory has fled to Jasan seeking not sanctuary, but information.
Within the recesses of her mind, Glory, a powerful Dream Walker, holds the key to recovering the Lost Clan of the Tigren, without whom the Jasani will eventually perish regardless of their efforts against the Xanti. The problem is, they’re trapped in a dream world, and not even Glory knows where they are or how to find them. Even as the Tigren introduce her to feelings of increasing passion and eroticism, Glory becomes more and more convinced that time is running out. She must solve the mystery of where they are, why they’re trapped, and how to wake them up so that they can be rescued. If she fails, they will die. If they die, so will all Clan Jasani.
The threads of the story begun in The Dracons’ Woman and developed throughout the volumes of the “Soul-Linked Saga” come together in this exciting conclusion to the saga. It will take the mystical gifts of all the Arimas from the previous volumes, the power of the Jasani Clans working together, and the unlocking of the secrets buried deep within Glory’s mind to save the Tigrens and, beyond all hope, for Glory to find the love she has dreamed of all her life.
This is the time foretold. The Jasani, the Tigrens, and Glory have a rendezvous with Destiny.
This book is the series does a wonderful job with all the plot lines that have been set up in the series which makes it a really satisfying read.
The heroes are wonderful and the heroine's journey into becoming more of herself is great to watch.
The romance is a good time as well.