She’s a martyr. A myth. A ghost. A legend.
She’s my soulmate and my captive, my conscience and my wrath. I love her too much to let her die; I fear her too much to wake her from her slumber.
She’s mine. And now she’s gone.
He’s unnatural. Undying. Unethical. Unstoppable. He’s the keeper of lies and lost souls. Mine slipped through his clutches.
I am his wife, his queen, the love of his very long life.
And soon, I will be his executioner.
Granted, it was a very good conclusion to the trilogy and I don't find it lacking. I just fell in love with Serenity and Montez's story. Their connection. Their love. Their devotion to each other. The surprises their love brought them. And the fact that they always manage to save each other. This was beautiful.
I enjoyed this series but it did get a bit repetitive in the second and third books.
This series is based around a fictional WWIII. The USA is not the winner this time. The Main character basically falls for the new World king who’s feelings are complicated by the emotional cost of the war. After being placed in a sleeping device for nearly a century while the king tries to heal her Cancer, she’s finally awoken to a world still at war. She awakes angery and bitter for being kept in stasis while things have continued to worsen. In the conclusion of this series she strives to finally bring the world peace. I like the authors unique plot and emotional development of the main characters. However, the book could have used more back stories. It lacked the details that make alternative fictional histories believable. There also was little balance, too many people were killed off. Making the plot sometimes seem unrealistic. Still despite the drawbacks it was still a good series.
great book and I read a lot great story line could not put it down would love to find more books like this one