The Prince of Dawn
Sloane Enyo lives in a world divided between the wildlings, who live in close knit tribes located in the forests of the Midlands and worship the Goddesses, and the Highborn, who live in the kingdoms that dominate the majority of the Seven Continents.
Born in the Kingdom of Zaedon as the illegitimate child to the king, Sloane - and her mother, Halia - are branded as outcasts for eight years . . . until they decide to leave, and join Felan, a wildling tribe of all female warriors in the forest of the continent Sobia. During a celebration of the moon goddess, Lunara, Sloane is suddenly transformed, her hair turning silver and her skin many shades paler. For the next eleven years, Sloane would train and adopt the lifestyle of the Felan women, but she still possessed an insatiable curiosity for the castle. Especially, for Roman Castiel, son of the general of the King's Army and one of her main tormenters as a child.
Life as a wildling seems peaceful enough, but a war is brewing in the North, where one tribe is planning to rebel against the King of Zaedon. Leader of the Felan tribe, Yesenia, wants nothing to do with the rebellion . . . until her younger sister and Sloane's best friend is beheaded by the King. Now, Yesenia has declared war and sends Sloane to be a spy within the castle walls, join the King's Army as they fight an invasion, and track down the legendary Prince of Dawn, the lost son of the goddess of the sun. Only his power can win the war to come.
But, returning to the castle may divide Sloane's loyalties. How far will she go to serve the goddesses and Yesenia? Will betraying Roman, the man she has now fallen for and whose trust she has finally gained, be worth it? Or will she lose everything in the end?