This book was a little more entertaining then the third book of the series. I like reading about Oliza, who was Danica and Zane's daughter. I also liked how Oliza fell in love with a female wolf.
I liked the journey that they took together as well as how saving Oliza was what drew Betia out of her wolf form.
However the book was confusing during some parts such as when Oliza had her visions of the future and when she confronted the lion who kidnapped her on her orders.
Again I just didn't feel as much when reading these books as when I read the first two. Maybe the series should have stopped after snakecharm.