Love, love, love the conflict! To say the writing here is clever would be a vast understatement as Ms. Lane brought Kiel (may I say a very sexy Kiel) to life before my very eyes. The story hit the ground running with excitement and animation, causing me to feel as if I were there. Princess Zurine is beautiful, sensitive, and most of all had my empathy and support. Strangely enough, so did Kiel. Usually I can sway from one to the other and champion one cause but I felt Kiel’s heart and tortured soul. A beautiful depiction of wonder and beauty between two people and the challenges they face. The story gripped me and kept me thoroughly entertained as I quickly thumbed through the pages as if I could help Ms. Lane resolve the very real pain I felt in her characters. AS IF! Believe me, Ms. Lane didn’t need my help to tell this story. She did wonderfully all on her own. What a delightful treat to read Kiel and Princess Zurine’s story. It’s like I’ve been let in on a big secret and I have no problem in sharing it by highly recommending Reborn in Amber.
Sometimes you have to die to get a second chance at love.
Princess Zurine, acting ambassador for Mystia, can hardly believe her eyes. Kiel was supposed to have died in a blizzard over a year ago. Not only is he alive, he's a Silver Blade, a warrior in the service of her brother's enemy. What else did he lie to her about—besides loving her?
When Kiel became Blade sick, he faked his death and gave up the woman he loves. Now, the link with his Bloodsworn is fading, and he must see Zurine to explain. Without access to the planet's magic he will surely die, yet he prefers death to a life without her.
Magic sparks a passionate confrontation when Kiel and Zurine face each other and the truth. Can two star-crossed lovers find their second chance at love? Or will a deadly plot prevent Kiel's rebirth in amber?