Ms. Litton's writing becomes a weapon
of seduction in the second saga of her latest trilogy.
Gavin Hawkforte's quest to find out
why the grounds of his Akoran home are elevated lead him to the
Island of Deimatos. He must have credible facts to back up his findings
before he seeks the help of the Akoran council. His search to prove
a volcano under the island's surface could erupt-taking all he holds
dear with it-uncovers the sole occupant of what should have been
a deserted island.
Persephone's life for over a decade
has been one of solitude. After her mother's death, she continues
to survive on the Island named for Akora's treasonous enemy: Deilos.
She shuns the larger islands of Akora except for infrequent trips
for educational books and supplies. She has no need to linger where
men rule and women serve. Her first encounter with Akoran prince
Gavin, however, throws her into confusion; his behavior differs
vastly from what she has come to expect of Akoran warriors.
Gavin is relieved when the lovely
woman believes his theory of impending disaster. Her promise to
help him convince the Akoran people is welcomed and she returns
with him to his home. With the Vanax, their esteemed ruler away
from the seat of power, it falls on Gavin's shoulders to convince
his people of danger and to lead them to safety. As disaster looms
closer, his and Persephone's relationship moves beyond respect and
friendship to a higher plane of love and passion.
Readers will hang on every word and
turn pages faster and faster to find out if the Island of Akora
as well as Gavin and Persephone survive the fiery rain of lava as
the world they know threatens to come apart. Ms. Litton peppers
Fountain Of Secrets with excitement, suspense and as always with
the truth of love.