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The last book in the series was the best way to end it all. I loved the characters, I loved the plot, I loved the emotional turmoil they both go through, and the final conflict and battle with Margetta was perfectly well written. There isn't anything I didn't like about this book. It was passionate and full of emotion. It was delicious and delightful to read. I really liked the two main characters. They were strong and well written. The obstacles they faced were well plotted out and executed. There isn't anything I didn't like about this last book in the series.
Rosamunde is the stand-in Queen of Ferrenden Peace. She was never supposed to be Queen, but when her moth dies when she is 9 she steps up and takes on the responsibilities--to make sure Margetta never finds and gets into Ferrenden Peace. To do that she makes sure the mist that surrounds the whole city stays strong and it causes Ferrenden Peace to become a myth to the rest of the Nine Realms. A thousand years later Ferrenden Peace is rediscovered. The Mastyrs of the Nine Realms all come to speak with her and Stone is quickly disgusted with the fact that she has done nothing but enjoy castle life. He believes she has had the power to destroy Margetta and never did. He believes her a coward and she can't tell him the truth.
Aralynn is a wolf shifter that is also half Fae. She turns up at Stone's Command Center and they become partners in fighting the Invictus. They are drawn to each other and passion flairs. But Aralynn has secrets, she is in truth Rosamunde in disguise. Becoming Aralynn allowed Rosamunde a chance to leave the castle and live and fight. She loves it, but she also knows how much Stone hates Rosamunde so she is worried that if they give into their passion, when the truth comes out he will be furious.
Well, as things go, the secrets are gradually revealed and each time a new secret is revealed, Stone steps back and goes back to hating her, believing she betrayed him with the secrets and that the secrets prove his original opinion of her--she is a coward.
It was a great read! Love how it ended.
Copy gifted by the author in exchange for an honest review.