Note: This post reviews the third book of The Remnant Chronicles. You may like to read the first two books in the series, The Kiss of Deception and The Heart of Betrayal, before reading this review.
Lia and Rafe have escaped from Venda, assuming the Komizar to be dead. They struggle across the wilderness, until finally they reach a stronghold of Dalbreck, Prince Rafe’s kingdom, where they are able to rest and regroup. Both Dalbreck and Morrighan are in danger of Venda’s wrath. Lia has seen the Vendan army for herself, and knows the real threat they pose to the other countries. Even though she is considered to be a traitor by her own people, Lia feels that is her duty as a First Daughter of Morrighan to warn them of the impending attack.
But Rafe, relieved to finally have Lia to himself and out of danger, cannot support her decision to leave Dalbreck and return to her country that has disowned her. Being true to her heart, despite her love for Rafe, Lia leaves him for the sake of her kingdom. Kaden, who was taken as a Dalbreck prisoner and later freed, accompanies her, having his own problems to face back in Morrighan.
This stunning climax of The Remnant Chronicles did not leave me disappointed. I finished all 679 pages of the beast in less than 24 hours – it was that good! The author wrapped things up so well, and didn’t destroy her beloved characters in the process, a recent trend I have seen in YA fiction. The Remnant Chronicles will forever be one of my favorite series!
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