Friday, September 18, 2015
Now she is headed to Baghdad to marry a prince she's never met and likely never see her home again. Her cousin Rahela is coming as her companion, and the two girls are locked in a tiny room in their river barge for their safety. Zayele is desperate to escape, so when she sees something impossible outside her tiny window, she acts quickly. No one has seen a jinni in years, not since the war started, but now Zayele has captured her own escape.
Najwa has spent her life in the cavern with the rest of the jinn learning to master her powers. She is learning quickly and discovers by accident that she can do something no one else can do. It's a talent that could turn the tide in the war with humans.
But a decision made in anger to leave the cavern could cost her everything. Now she is trapped in Zayele's place pretending to be a human girl, a princess even, who is about to be married to a boy she's never met.
Will these two girls unravel the truth about their past, the war, and their hearts in time? Read Amber Lough's book to find out! I really enjoyed this book. My only complaint is the romance feels a little rushed, but Lough has book two to develop things.