Temporary peace has settled across Draegan as a new era begins for the cursed kingdom, but the royals know that tranquility is fleeting. In order to fulfill the magic and save the continent from its imminent destruction, Rhys and Amalia must once again return to Renove and see the rightful king ascend his throne.
The sorrows of yesterday forgotten, Amalia looks forward to crossing the rift one last time to see her family, filled with hope that the impossible task she and Rhys were charged with will soon be complete.
But the happy reunion doesn’t go as planned. The curse has fully descended on the once-blessed kingdom, and an imposter king wears a stolen crown.
Already, the broken magic begins to tear their world apart, and amidst it, an unavoidable battle looms that will test the royals in ways they never dared imagine.
Filled with love, betrayal, and magic, Age of Auroras is the epic conclusion of The Riven Kingdoms.
Last book in the series?! Sigh. I'm so sad to be at the end but happy too. Bittersweet. This is a series you really need to read in order as each book builds on the last.
This was a dramatic conclusion to this series. Each book has built on character relations and interactions. The story line has grown and here we find ourselves at the end. I loved the alternating perspectives and how every character was present and needed in the last great push to save the kingdoms and the people. I love these characters but I think Seraphina and Aeron stole the show for me in this book. They worked their magic together and I loved their emotional and dramatic ending. 😍 It was perfect for them. And of course, this book ends where it started- with Rhys and Amalia. Fitting and so, so good.
I may have read through this book WAY too fast. I was so anxious to reach the conclusion and the anticipated happily ever after. Now I wish I would have savored it a bit more. I loved this book and this series. Shari Tapscott is an author I can depend on for fantastic stories in many genres but I absolutely love her adventure/magical stuff. It's so hard to find clean books in this genre.
Content: some violence, kissing, peril.
- I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions expressed are my own.