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The Remnant Chronicles: The Kiss of Deception, the Heart of Betrayal, the Beauty of Darkness

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It wasn’t a five star read, it had too much romance in it, but it was still filled with a brilliant world building, secrets to unfold and enemies that could be friends and friends that could betray you. The scene where Lia witnesses the murder of her brother and then buries his and his soldiers’ bodies, for example. The whole novel is proliferated by the thematic idea that events larger than ourselves destroy who think we are and change us into someone new.

Every country has their own history, but if they all share one part - are they really that different from each other? In a game of hide and seek, there's a possibility you might get lost forever, but true beauty unravels when you fight with everything you've got to find the path where you belong, just like Lia -- and that's why my admiration for her story currently knows no bounds. And I honestly don't think you should worry about the "love triangle" either because it's mostly nonexistent. Okay, that may be overstating things only slightly (there were a couple of tiny things I took issue with) but I think it fair to overlook those small things in this case.

I don't exactly hate her character, but I just feel nothing for her because she is literally so non existent to me. What Lia does not expect is for the rejected prince and an assassin who is hired to kill her to follow her to the inn. We mainly use Royal Mail Tracked 48 Service for goods which weight less then 2kg, all other goods will be delivered by a Courier. Granted, I'm now craving some sequels like never before, but I survived the waiting with The Girl of Fire and Thrones series, and I know I'll survive this wait, too.

OF COURSE you decide to procrastinate for weeks to flirt and get to know your target instead of eliminating her right away. As First Daughter, she is expected to have the revered gift of sight - but she doesn't - and she knows her parents are perpetrating a sham when they arrange her marriage to secure an alliance with a neighboring kingdom - to a prince she has never met. It is not a high fantasy when the main character spends the entire fucking half of the book pretending to be a serving maid, daydreaming, and trying to decide which of two mysterious strangers she likes more. I mean, if you liked this book, good for you, truly, because I'd never wish on anyone the same feelings I had while reading this. We meet a main character, who is fierce and strong and has a stubbornness in herself, that’s filled with love for others, but also herself.The story was written from three different viewpoints, and although I struggled remembering whose view each one was, the different perspectives makes it much more exciting. I must congratulate him because he is certainly one of the most incompetent assassins I've ever read about. Anyway, despite not overly enjoying this, I will still continue on with the trilogy because I'm really interested to see where this will go. The Prince isn't old or decrepit like she was afraid of - he's handsome (oh wow, who would have ever thought). The only thing going was the mystery of Rafe and Kaden's identities, which was revealed at precisely the 65% mark.

But the transition to this aspect of the story and the deception that led there is handled phenomenally by the author. As First Daughter, she is expected to have the revered gift of sight—but she doesn't—and she knows her parents are perpetrating a sham when they arrange her marriage to secure an alliance with a neighboring kingdom—to a prince she has never met. of our deliveries are made by Royal Mail as we think they give the best service and cover all areas of the UK. Lia: Now we are going to settle ourselves down in a small seaside town, and I will pretend to be a waitress, never having waited on anyone in my entire life.Mary Pearson did an excellent job in seamlessly switching back and forth while leaving us little bread crumbs of evidence to which guy was which. She runs away to a little seaside town and becomes a waitress, does laundry and waits for her prince to come.

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