It's not easy pretending to be dead - especially when it feels as if you have the weight of the world on your shoulders. Between an unfulfilled prophecy, the demon-occupied Lowlands, the continuing power of murderous Aifric Moncrieffe - not to mention her constant yearnings for Byron - Integrity Adair has a lot to worry about.
Still, how hard can it really be to save Scotland, maintain her morals, get the guy and keep her sense of humour?
This is the fourth and final book in the Highland Magic series
Integrity Adair is having a hard time pretending to be dead. Not only are things with Byron more complicated, but she must figure out what her enemy is trying to do before it is too late. But, as plots come to light things may not be as easy as she originally thought they would be.
This book was a great ending to this series. I really enjoyed Integrity in this one, and I loved how she reacted to Byron and how he reacted to her. Those two were perfect together, and I was so glad how it ended. Now, I did feel like this one was sort of lacking in the fighting department, but it still ended up really well!