"My love, the child almost died." Lissa looked up at Roff's words. His wings rustled after he spoke--he normally didn't involve himself in the politics of Le-Ath Veronis. Not to this extent, anyway.
"I know, honey. And now two other children are likely to die as a result. Yes, I know they did this, but I'm not convinced we have all the ones involved in the crime."
Toff's life is in danger--someone from the Green Fae village wants him dead. In fact, the entire Fae community has begun to grumble as Kifirin's judgment looms. With only a few exceptions, the Fae focus their anger (and the blame) on Toff, who fails to understand why everyone now seems to be against him.
This is the last book of this series before it splits off to make spin off series. Toff is mostly grown up and now is in a lot of danger. Lissa is having issues with the Green Fae, and a lot more is going on.
This book was not nearly as good as a lot of the other books in series, and it was really not that great of an ending. I liked who Toff started to like, but I hated a lot of the rest of what happened in it. It was beyond frustrating, and I didn't like how it ended either.