A conflicted Methos, dissatisfied with his life as a Horseman but not yet ready to make the final break, runs into another immortal who sees his potential to be so much more. Caught between hatred and hope, he must decide whether to kill her and prove her wrong, or to keep her and find out if she's right.
Having taken Delphyne as a slave, Methos decides he is not willing to share her with Kronos. He decides to leave the Horsemen for good, taking her with him. Will his feelings for her turn to hatred now that he is on the run?
An Immortal victim of the Horsemen hunts down Methos and uses Delphyne to force him into a showdown. Unable to convince the man that her Master has changed, Delphyne must watch Methos struggle between his own self condemnation and his desire to live.
Methos finds that he is not the only one with a past to atone for as Delphyne's catches up with her. Now it is his turn to help her struggle against inner demons.
A present day Delphyne shows up on Methos' doorstep, unsure of her welcome after 2000 years apart. As a psychotherapist, she has discovered that the physician cannot always heal herself, and so she turns to the one person who may be able to help her in coming to terms with a piece of her past.