"Kindness is a rotten fruit that poisons anyone who partakes of it. Throw it in the face of your enemies and let it ruin them instead."

 

As a Dream-Hunter, Lydia has been charged with the most sacred and dangerous of missions. She’s to descend into the Nether Realm and find the missing god of dreams before he betrays the secrets that could kill all of them. What she never expects is to be taken prisoner by the Realm’s most vicious guardian.

But Lydia is much more than what she seems. With powers far beyond a typical Dream-Hunter, she won’t be subdued or commanded.

She’s no one’s bitch.

In The Guardian, Seth refers to her sšn which is Middle Egyptian for lily. The lily was a sacred and mysterious flower to the ancient Egyptians. The white lily, which blossoms in mud, like the blue lily was celebrated and venerated. It was used in drinks and food to cause a euphoric or calm feeling. It was also believed to have healing power.

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Because she's a were hunter i didn't think she'd be able to become pregnant without mating... is it because of the other half of her parentage?

Abbie, July 24, 2016

    You're dealing with extremely special cases all the way around. She's a demi-goddess, the key to Olympus and Seth is a god, so all usual bets are off where they're concerned. And Seth's father isn't just a regular god, either, he's a primary. All of that was explained in the book. Lydia is very much not like the others and isn't a normal/usual Were.

    Carl, MB Staff, July 27, 2016

Hello, I'd like to know where she was born. She uses the word 'puta' which is a Portuguese word. But in the book is never mentioned where's her birth place. Thank you

Carolina, July 27, 2015

Since she is a jackal and dream hunter did she have emotions? I don't remember if this was addressed

Chamaine, April 15, 2014

    It was/is addressed in the book and we don't want to give spoilers on the site.

    MB_Staff, April 15, 2014