This story is okay except for the fact that Rae seems to be the stereotypical damsel in distress. I don't understand it. She's meant to be this strong female character who is going to be a preistess, which apparently is a very high position. At times she lives up to the expectation of this strong woman... and then she gives up whatever she was standing up for, turning to one of the two guys. For example, when this huge fight is happening between her two loves (both of which she fell for unwillingly, may I add, she submitting to both of their affections) she is all strong and powerful because she doesn't want either of them to kill the other because she loves them both, so she decides to step between the two to fight them both to make her point, being strong for about a second before letting everything go and letting Tomas be killed in front of her. Yeah. I struggled through the book, ignoring every time she becomes this submissive weakling and each spelling or grammar mistake, hoping it would get better. But it didn't.