Deprived of memory, Hayleya returns to the native town of Wendaka where the secret of her identity remains undiscovered. It wasn’t the first time she sets her foot in town. Born and raised in a village, Wendaka had no choice but to take her away and fled the town for their safety. She returned clueless about who she was when she fought with her life, saving Lela from Azura’s captivity. The fight crippled her energy, leaving her into a vegetative state for years. But when she opened her eyes the first time since her coma, she only remembers Wendaka and Lela. The rest, she has no clue. She can’t remember, Elijah, but her heart speaks for itself. But just when she submits to her emotion, longing to be in his arms, a sudden blow of rage overwhelms her, giving her the reason to hate the only man she loves. It puzzles her. Love or hate, she must decide. Submitting to the rage demands to kill the Eagle of the North—the man who saved her life. A dark force in the forest waits for her return. The secret of the past unravels one by one right before her. She pleads for her escape. And she must act fast before it’s too late.
With the series of incidents happening in town, Elijah aims to dig deeper into the history of the four tribes and what caused the rift between them. The pressure he carries in his shoulder builds up, making him desperate to seek support from the warriors of his tribe. Without the markings of the spirits, he is on his own. The warriors cannot come near him. He has no choice, but to follow the rulings made by the spirits in the forest or suffer the consequences. The warriors speak about a prophecy—the Condor of the South will kill him. But he can’t give up Hayleya to secure his place in the tribe. He loves her and he has faith their love will conquer. But what if the only way to save their love is to let go? Divergence, power, and love—Elijah’s mission have just begun.