The love of Aleco’s life, Accacia, has sailed away from these shores, leaving him more crippled and broken than when she came into his life to begin with. All he has left of her are the memories stored within his Soul Catcher, memories that have to last him a lifetime as he continues his mission to save her people from the void. He immerses himself in her recollections, but it’s not enough. It will never be enough. Aleco needs her by his side. He is nothing without her. The only thing keeping him from complete despair is the mission of saving Accacia's soul and those of the Asquithians and killing his brother, the king of the Continent. If he can accomplish all this, he can be reunited with the woman he loves. Meanwhile, Accacia reaches her new home, the home of the Asquithians. The land is beautiful and tropical, the place where her ancestors came from, but not all the Asquithians are accepting of her. Instead of inviting her in immediately, they fear her, and the queen of the Asquithians places her in a prison until she decides her fate. Accacia isn’t sure why the queen distrusts her so much. But as she learns more of her people’s history, she begins to understand the queen’s motives. She fears Accacia. Though Aleco and Accacia are separated by the ocean, their souls are still intertwined through the Soul Catchers they carry, forever connecting them. While Aleco struggles to fight for her people’s freedom, Accacia is imprisoned once again until she proves she is not a threat to the Asquithians. She survives through her memories of Aleco and imagines she’s in his arms once again. Continuing without the love of her life is just as crippling. She needs him more than ever.