Once they find Puck, and she is assured that he is healing, Ash will then deliver her to Tir Na Nog the home of Queen Mab and the center of the Winter Court.
It is during this journey that she again runs into Grimalkin, the talking faery cat. He agrees to journey with them but also warns them of danger. There are other creatures in the wood and in this part of the winter area; they do not like the summer folk. While they know she is being delivered to the queen, the hatred for her kind runs deep.
As the three companions enter the forest they find themselves pursued by the unimaginable. There is danger and peril at every turn. Will Ash be able to save her, just to deliver her to her justice in the end, or will either of them survive in this savage but cold and beautiful place?
Julie Kagawa has portrayed a beautiful and dangerous place with all kind of creatures that go bump in the night. She has also developed some wonderful characters, with great depth. The story is ingenious and makes for a great series.
Will being sworn enemies stand between the feelings of Meghan and Prince Ash? I can't wait for the next book to come out to see what happens.