Lia has survived Venda―but so has a great evil bent on the destruction of Morrighan. And only Lia can stop it.
With war on the horizon, Lia has no choice but to assume her role as First Daughter, as soldier―as leader. While she struggles to reach Morrighan and warn them, she finds herself at cross-purposes with Rafe and suspicious of Kaden, who has hunted her down.
In this heart-stopping conclusion to the Remnant Chronicles trilogy that started with The Kiss of Deception and The Heart of Betrayal, traitors must be rooted out, sacrifices must be made, and impossible odds must be overcome as the future of every kingdom hangs in the balance.
I really enjoyed this series. Lia is a strong girl from the first book and it was nice to see her continue to grow as a character into the finale in Book 3.
I always find it difficult to write reviews for a final book in a series because it’s hard not to give any spoilers away. For me this was a satisfying ending to Lia’s tale. As with most great series, the ending is always bittersweet because as a reader you are given that longed for finale but you know that you must say goodbye to characters you’ve come to love.
Book 1 was the shining star of this series. The intrigue and mystery surrounding the identity of the prince and the assassin was something unique and special. Pearson spun it out perfectly. Of course, that couldn’t be maintained once their true identities were revealed but I think she did a great job of bringing the focus to Lia and her destiny in Book 3.