These Royals will ruin you.
Ever since Hartley Wright met Easton Royal, her life hasn’t been the same. There are enemies behind every corner and dangers beyond each door. When tragedy strikes and steals her memories, she can’t trust anyone, not even the blue-eyed boy who promises her that everything will be all right.
Because while Hartley’s memory is full of gaps, her instincts tell her Easton is dangerous. She doesn’t know if he’s the snake in the garden or her chance at salvation. The chaos he brings wherever he goes is too much to handle, the intense feelings he evokes are too confusing to unravel.
Easton wants her to remember. Hartley thinks it’s better to forget.
She might be right.
Tragedy. Treachery. Trust. Hartley has to face the facts—in this world, you can’t escape the Royals.
Either you live by their rules or you die by them.
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*** 2½ Star Review ***
After the way Fallen Heir ended, I was looking forward to this book. It definitely wasn't what I was hoping for in a conclusion of a series.
I half expected over the top with this book. This whole series seems to be that way. However, this one took the cake. It was just way too out there for me to jump on board. The amnesia. The comas. The drama. It was all a bit too much.
In the last book, I felt some of the connection between Easton and Hartley. In this one, I didn't feel anything between them. Their connection felt forced and unrealistic. I really wasn't rooting for them anymore.
This book, unfortunately, didn't feel like a Royal book like the others. It just didn't do anything for me. I am glad I got the end of the saga though. I just wasn't impressed at all.