Angharad, a successful author, desperately wants to escape from her hectic life. Experiencing visions since childhood, she hopes her year in Wales will provide answers to her questions. Why does she have visions? What is her mother, Owena, hiding from her past? Why does Owena refuse to talk about Wales? Why does Angharad feel called upon to visit the homeland?
She rents a cottage in the village of her mother’s youth. In Fishguard, she meets Rhyse Williams, the handsome Chief Inspector, who is investigating the death of two students found naked and bound together on the beach below the cliffs; the same two students in Angharad’s vision. The attraction is immediate and intense but can she trust Rhyse or will he run for the hills when she tells him about her visions? She soon learns that Rhyse is a part of the call. Through him, she discovers that her grandmother was the coven’s High Priestess who died battling the evil Rhiamon. Verona, Rhiamon’s granddaughter, still lives in the village biding her time to exact her revenge. When Angharad arrives, the battle of power begins.