2.5A bit of confusion at the beginning.On page 1, we have:"Guardians of Yuan defend us," Ostyn Tan gasped as he stared out across the valley and took in the crimson-washed sky. He turned and looked at his friend and servant; wincing as he saw the visible pain and dread etched on the face of the only man he would willingly give his life for, Valian.So Ostyn is the lord and Valian's the devoted servant? Except no, it's actually the other way around.Other than that, pretty standard Mary Calmes fare: a main character, adrift, with no place to call home, who's beautiful beyond compare; who's loved, adored, admired by all; who's capable of solving all problems, righting all wrongs; who's the only man who can bring together opposing sides, etc. finds love and a home for himself without much conflict. Nothing really new here.