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

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Every now and then, though, the author throws in a chapter told from either the prince or the assassin's point of view. The goods do not need to be in their original packaging however in a sellable condition, and at your own cost and risk.

There's literally just a runaway princess who wants to start a fresh life and not be used in a political marriage and then she meets two guys who we need to figure out whether they're the prince or the assassin. We will process the refund due to you as soon as possible and, in any case within thirty (30) days of the day we confirm via e-mail that you are entitled to a refund for defective goods.

First of all, what I didn't expect was to be able to connect with Lia, our MC, so much and so easily. Lia is a strong character who decides she wants to live life her way and runs away with Pauline on her wedding day. Right at the beginning she says that she is being forced to get married with the prince of Dalbreck, a man she doesn't even know. Like this we knew everything before it even was revealed BECAUSE WE FOUND OUT ABOUT IT ALREADY IN THE DIFFERENT POV! 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.

Books that are poorly written and full of smirking love interests with smoldering eyes that have weak-ass main characters flopping back and forth between their convictions and their love of boys. Then, despite the obvious unfairness of their situation, stuff happens, they fall in love, and they live HEA. 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.Then you locate your target, a silly runaway princess who poses no threat to you - but who could be a threat to your kingdom if she marries an enemy prince -, it might not be a pleasant job, but it's not a difficult one either, at least not for you, an experienced assassin. She’s flawed, stubborn, still not at her peak of matureness, and she’s definitely not another ass-kicking, shade-throwing, chosen one, but she knows her stuff. Only after I reveal, the plot began and I really started enjoying the book more and actually caring for the events and the characters.

Deception abounds, and Lia finds herself on the brink of unlocking perilous secrets—even as she finds herself falling in love. But what if Princess is a narcissistic little brat who not only runs away from her arranged marriage, but drags one of her good friends along with her? 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. Well, not that much at least, but she’s still seventeen, pretty, young, and free to do whatever she pleases for the first time in her life. Emotionally, spiritually, she’s a rock, and she’s clever enough to understand when it’s time to shut up and back off for the sake of her own and other people’s safety and well-being (yes, America Singer, this one was for you).The writing was just fantastic, and there was no way I was going to be able to put the book down after that.

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