She was everything Kalen wanted to capture in his art: creamy skin, raven hair, ocean-blue eyes, and passion personified. Pity she was only a dream. Even more a pity that she wasn’t. Christine Lachlan, water witch and artist, has found the remote Scottish castle of the legendary Immortal warrior who is supposed to be bound to help stem the tide of evil spreading around the world. She doesn’t expect to find the man of her dreams, or his longtime lover, a vindictive Sidhe trying to steal kalen’s powers. How can Christine compete with a gorgeous and powerful Fae? And how can kalen confess his own dark secret so that he and Christine can give in to The Awakening? The novel takes a little getting into, there’s a fair amount of sensuality, but once you’re in the storyline should grab you. From Kaeln’s desperation to keep Christine as his muse to her inability as a water witch to hold back her emotions, Nash has given us something the other books in the series have been slightly lacking. Not just heart, but soul.