Shoraya makes a journey…but she gets wounded. Gavenas finds her, takes her in and nurses her back to health. He likes her from the moment he sees her, but how can they stay together?
The overall idea of “Capture of a Heart,” was a good one. There were a few things that made it hard for me to get into this book. It was quite confusing at times; I could not understand all the paranormal elements, for example what powers Shoraya possessed. I have not come pass this type of magic in my reading before and it made it a little hard to understand what was happening. For me, this took away from the plot and characters. However, the writing skills of the author were good and I could tell there was great meaning behind her words.
Shoraya is a child of the Deipma, the Fire Mountains, lauded for its metals and ores. Dedicated to mastering the swords of her creation, she journeys across the lands taking her lessons from nature. When word begins to fall from witnesses’ lips of the talented warrioress, Shoraya is set upon by the emissaries of great kingdoms, eager to capture the student for their own purposes.
That stormy day when Gavenas discovers the ravishing swordswoman wounded in his forest, he knows his heart is lost. A powerful sorcerer, he nurses the woman back to health. Discovering her to be so unlike him and yet not, his every compulsion is to seize the one he knows to be his mate. But even if she does acknowledge his desire with her every glance, Gavenas dreads the day he’ll have to set her free...