"She hates him as she drops the blade from his neck." Zane, the Prince of Pirates. The spoiled captain is arrogant, cunning, and absolutely cruel. Runa hates that about him, but there is still a part of her who wants to find the scared boy buried deep inside him. The weapon of the prince would do anything to burn away that part of herself. Zane is dressed in charm, each word that leaves his lips is coated by sweet lies. He wears the mask of confidence, an act that he knows everything about everyone. He pretends that men that cross paths with him will end up with their heads in buckets. A mask can fall off. Runa, only a girl. That's what the pirates called her. A girl having uncountable riches and golds, with envy crawling up her back but a soul darker than black. A girl who could fling a blade and kill a thousand, only to walk away without a scratch. The duo will receive a task from the Pirate King, a heist to capture a boy no older than twelve. Zane has to form a crew and some people that will join him are not what he would pick. The members with different backgrounds would have to learn how to work together, but as the ship sails further, they realize that the task they were handed was not as simple as they thought. Constantly distracted by new sources of danger and shock, they may not survive their mission after all. With the prince's dead girlfriend, there is a fine line between reality and dreams. But what if everything that will happen to them is only an illusion? They would never know what is real and what is not with the soul of a broken girl watching every spark of connection.