At birth, judged to be deformed by a congenital defect that made him to be named a ‘ghost,’ Kintari’s parents handed him over to be euthanized. Blackmailed into carrying out the shameful act, the midwife, a childless woman decided to save him. She secreted him away in her forest home; brought him up more as a kin to lions than humans; did her best to teach him skills no child had any basis learning, all in preparation for the day his existence will come to light. ‘Ghost’ Hunters will flush him out of the safety of this home, making him to run far and wide, but in the end, he could never outrun his fate. It will eventually catch up with him when he entered a deal that entailed him returning to the land that had rejected him at birth. Melalia and Sahinda were two girls from very diverse backgrounds. One was a woebegone princess dubbed Death’s Enchantress. She was famous for the suddenness with which death visited anyone who becomes engaged to her and the long line of suitors still vying for the honors. The other was her companion, Kintari’s twin sister; a girl who was celebrated as a single birth child but who instinctively knew that something was missing; that she was just half of a whole. The return of Kintari will set in motion events that will put their lives in the balance and unleash powerful forces that were not above using the girls to draw him in.