Will the final confrontation with his past destroy everything Reynaud has in his present, preventing him from having a future with Cam? Murder, greed and jealousy have taken everything from Reynaud. His lover, his high position and his way of life are all gone in the blink of an eye. Condemned for a crime he did not commit, Reynaud must suffer the worst punishment his people can bestow. Only the love of a mentor saves him from destruction, giving him a second chance at life. After more than one hundred years, he finally meets Cameron. Cams love sets him free and helps him put his life back on track, but something still nags in the back of Reynauds mind. He hopes going "home" will ease his weariness, but it only raises more questions. Things have changed during his absence. Friends have lost their places, and enemies have gained undeserved power. Will the final confrontation with his past destroy everything Reynaud has in his present, preventing him from a future with Cam? Will the journey itself cost him Cameron and everything they have built together?