The final instalment of the Embassy Row series. I have really enjoyed reviewing these books individually, and I will probably mix things up as I go with reviews. Some I'll do individually and some together. This post includes affiliate links;
The princess is dead. Long live the princess.
Centuries ago, the royal family of Adria was killed…or so everyone thought.
Now Grace Blakely knows the truth: There was one survivor, and that survivor’s blood runs through her veins. This simple fact could cause a revolution—which is why some people will stop at nothing to keep it from coming to light.
There is only one way for Grace to save herself, save her family, and save the boy she loves. She must outmaneuver her foes, cut through the web of lies that has surrounded her for years, and go back to the source of all her troubles, despite the risk.
If she wins, she will inherit a throne.
And if she loses, she will inherit the fate of all the dead princesses who came before her.
Originally I was going to wait for Christmas 2017 so that my friend could buy me this book BUT I need to know what was going to happen. Only bad thing was that I predicted the way this book was going to end, not that it affects my thoughts at all.
I absolutely adored this series and the final book was not a disappointment. Every single question that I had while reading books one and two, was answered in this book. Grace had been through so much during the first two books and I knew she couldn't be too far off her happy ending. I was not expecting what actually happened.
Mysteries were uncovered, secrets were told and Grace has to face her past.
Throughout the series, there's been a budding romance growing between Grace and her brother's friend, Alexei. Their chemistry and relationship blossom throughout this book and I love the back a fourth that happens.
Overall, this was a very good conclusion to a series and I am so glad everything happened the way it did. Please don't give up on this series as it's so good once you read all three together!
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