Thus begins the Renaissance of the Incarnations novels! Here we get more into Greek mythology with the Aspect of Fate, or as they are known in Greek Mythology: The Three Fates. In this story, the three women share one body and their souls "force" it to assume the shapes they once held in life.
In this book, we are taken on the journey of the life of Niobe, and it is a somewhat long and convoluted journey. She's a bit of a cougar, though at a young age, but when her husband dies unexpectedly is when her story really begins!
The characterization in this story is great, I really enjoyed it, and while it did drag in spots, it did eventually pick back up again. There are a lot of twists and turns in this novel, stuff that I really didn't see coming and don't want to spoil for you here.
This book also starts what I like to call the trilogy within the series and really shouldn't be missed, though I have to say that you must read the series in order to make the best sense of things!