The end of utopia made lead to the beginning of truth.
When an ancient prophecy resurfaces, the daughter of the Cat royal family is ripped from her home by rival races, the Wolves and Dragons. Her attempts to regain her freedom lead her into political intrigues older than memory. With her twin brother, she discovers that the greatest threat existence has ever known is still alive and seeking vengeance.
I've often been asked why I made the main characters have an incestuous relationship (one that you cannot immediately get behind ridiculing like in Game of Thrones). As I wanted to tie the story into ancient Egypt later, I wanted to hint at the fact that the main characters were the inspiration for the Isis and Osiris myth. As that myth likely developed gradually over thousands of years, I felt no need to adhere to it strictly as cultures and stories can change drastically over time.
I also did not want to demonize the relationship because Isis and Osiris were very much in love and for this culture, the relationship was expected. They would never have been raised to think there was anything wrong with it. I needed the readers to understand that for these characters, there was nothing creepy about loving each other. Of course, the deeper reason for their relationship is revealed in later books. ;)
Syinnella grasped Altruvia’s chin between her thumb and forefinger and glared at her. “We will never get you ready if you don’t stop mooning over your brother.”