There is no divorce in the undersea kingdom of Adlivun. Marriage is a bond that lasts until death--even if death comes in several centuries, and in that time your spouse happens to become your sworn enemy. This is the conflict that General Visola Ramaris faces when she learns that the mighty Vachlan is behind the attacks on her kingdom. She has sworn to protect Adlivun with her life, but long ago, she also swore to love and honor her husband...
Visola must choose whether she will destroy Vachlan once and for all, or attempt the hardest thing conceivable: communication. After two hundred years of desertion, she knows she can never forgive him. When he threatens the person dearest to her, she must take action. Confronting Vachlan on enemy territory would be nothing short of suicide. She knows that if she falls into his custody, the deranged mercenary would relish breaking her down and making her lose her own sanity.
Princess Aazuria forbids Visola from taking matters into her own hands. She will do anything it takes to protect her friend from the man who wants to crush her. Alas, Visola is a crazy, uncontrollable warrior with the blood of Vikings in her veins. Why would she ever consider doing the safe and predictable thing?
Praise for Fathoms of Forgiveness:
"...we are blessed to see what a brilliant, noble, and profoundly admirable character Ms. Nadia Scrieva has created with General Visola - as strong a female protagonist I've run across as of late, but not so strong that she loses her femininity and graceful allure. The opposite, actually. Her womanhood shines through in her understated strength and ability to bear the worst of pain and prepare to make the ultimate sacrifice." - JT Thomas, Goodreads reviewer
"I praised the first book for the deeply emotional and multi-layered complexity of themes that made it such a rich and rewarding reading experience. If possible, I thought that Fathoms of Forgiveness was even better than the first one in that regard. It was such a brutal, heart-tugging experience from the beginning all the way through to the end." - Anabella "BellaReadz" Johnson, Librarything