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

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

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

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I'm looking at a cover with a girl with flowers in her hair, and I'm thinking that it's some sort of Zombie Romance for teens. If a refund or reimbursement is payable to you, we will transfer the money using the same method originally used by you to pay for your purchase. Okay, but then she goes on to explain, that this is not just some random power hungry move from her father. I mean, I enjoyed most of it but there were some things that just NO, like the fact that the two guys fell in love with Lia in like 6 seconds after meeting her!

Also, I'm at work, and even in my cubicle, they'd probably frown upon me wearing a bathrobe, however chill my boss is. The betrayal is bittersweet, somewhat understandable, because it tethers the line between love and duty and there's never an easy way to choose the one most powerful. Now, she mentions Morrighan and Dalbreck do NOT get along, so wouldn't one think that these two countries who really dislike each other would not choose to solidify an alliance through marriage, unless Venda was a real threat and that if this alliance didn't happen the other option would likely be go to war?As an added bonus, there are even a few hints that perhaps this world is ours, set in some distant future. The Kiss of Deception is a pretty much fast-paced story of a princess who decides to take her life in her own hands and do something for herself, for once. And she's so badass it's not even possible to describe the insane amounts of badass-ery this girl has. One could think "oh even though he didn't want to marry her, he must've thought that he should do this because of his duty to his country".

By the way, in my opinion, this book would have been better if we only had 1 perspective because there would have been plot twists. 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.To me The Kiss of Deception started off boring and it remained really boring for the first 200 pages ugh. It's also one of my favorite aspects of the story: not knowing who is who and what their intentions are.

Her wit and her class, combined with her capacity to feel such emotion came off extremely appealing to me because I was able to understand her, and I really respected every single thing she did in this book; she is a true heroine with golden intentions. But nothing too annoying, I promise you, and even if the characters and their actions/conversations have their naive and simplistic moments here and there, everything is very enjoyable and decidedly not over-the-top irritating. Mary wrote Lia not only as a strong female character but also as one that is strong-minded and takes her life into her own hands, instead of letting others tell her how she should live it. And, strange as it may seem, I don't feel like criticizing her for her decision to flee minutes before her wedding (no spoiler, it's all in the blurb): I was happy to see, for once, one heroine who dares take big risks simply for the sake of her own happiness, even though I can't deny that at that time she showed little care for her kingdom. She settles into a new life, hopeful when two mysterious and handsome strangers arrive—and unaware that one is the jilted prince and the other an assassin sent to kill her.And when it was over, I felt like I hadn't even scratched the surface of what the author is planning for this series. Don’t get me wrong I liked the last part of the book but still, I feel like this could have been so much more. Maybe I just feel the need to understand what is it about this damn triology that so many people I know (and usually have similar tastes with), find so praiseworthy. 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. Sure, that's obviously very logical behaviour and not creepy at all "hey I didn't even know you, and I didn't want to marry you, but now that you rejected me I'm going to spend my days tracking your ass down.



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