The Beauty of DarknessBook - 2016
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MelifluousView Feb 02, 2018
I loved the conclusion to the trilogy! I enjoyed seeing Lia, Rafe, and Kaden change in great ways. Lia's mentoring of Natiya was a fun growth point. I hated to see the book end even though it was longer than the others in the series.
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Lia and Rafe have been through thick and thin since their arrival in Venda. With secrets being uncovered, and real motives revealed, our group will have a whole new wave of challenges to face. Following the same assassin, farmer, and princess through the grand finale, this last book in the trilogy will not disappoint.
Lia and Rafe have escaped Venda and the Komizar, and are heading home. But where is home? For Rafe, it is Dalbreck, but for Lia, it is Morrighan. Rafe refuses to allow Lia to go to Morrighan, he is to worried about her life. He finally allows her to, but they part on bad terms.
Rafe gets betrothed to a young girl and becomes King Jaxon. Lia, ruling as regent while her father recovers, must uncover the enemies working for the Komizar, who is still alive.
Will Lia and Rafe get together again? Will they defeat Vendas' army?
(or you'll never find out)
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You know, if you die in this battle you wont have to marry anyone.... - Tavish