I procrastinated writing this review for a while because I still can’t believe the twists and turns the author took. This is the fourth and final book in the adventures of Rafe and Emma and it’s a whopper.
Rafe and Emma have been through the works and their relationship has evolved tremendously as a result. But things are starting to get a little weird the closer Rafe gets to fulfilling the prophecy and while Emma still loves him with all her heart, there’s some discomfort associated with their dynamic as well.
His twin, Mikhail, is also along for the adventure and has a mysterious part to play that no one can seem to pinpoint. He, like his twin, is having visions and hearing voices. He has the added worry of lost time and a burning desire for Emma, the woman he can’t have.
I can reveal nothing without ruining the story but can say this; buckle up for a fabulous ride. The author paints a vivid picture of each adventure as well as drawing the reader in emotionally. There are some big reveals, secrets that are exposed and revelations aplenty. The ending is mind blowing and while this is the end of this prophecy, the seeds are planted for a possible continuation. An epic read that surpassed my expectations.
After a millennia of roaming the universe, he’s bringing his people home…
Rafe thought once he found all the artifacts, he’d finally understand, and the prophecy would set him free. Instead, he finds himself leading what remains of the Rhomanii clans into the far reaches of the unknown, looking for…he doesn’t know what. But the pirate in him sure hopes it involves treasure.
So much is riding on this gamble he’s taking, and the voices in his head aren’t helping matters. Compounding the problem? Not everybody wants him to succeed.
What will happen when they reach their final destination? Will this be the start of a new Rhomanii life, or the end of everything they’ve ever known?