Nox (The Royal Protector Academy #3) ~ Book Review

Nox (The Royal Protection Academy Book 3)

by Randi Cooley Wilson

Love has revived an ancient war
Jealousy has risen and torn lives apart
And one prophecy demands the ultimate sacrifice

What if rewriting your destiny means that you must sacrifice the one you love? Serena St. Michael has forsaken her future—for him. Tristan Gallagher has renounced the throne—for her. The Vergina Sun prophecy has been fulfilled, but at what cost? Their love has renewed an ancient war. With Serena gone, will Tristan save her in time? Or will the dark army of Diablo Fairies descend upon the Royal Protector Academy, destroying the London clan’s legacy and ending the existence of the gargoyle race forever?

Nox is the final novel in the Royal Protector Academy series. This dangerously exciting and darkly romantic conclusion will take your breath away. It can be read as a stand-alone trilogy or after the bestselling Revelation series. Intended for mature readers (18+) due to language, mild violence, and sexual situations.

The Royal Protector Academy novels are a serial trilogy meant to be read in order:
Vernal (Book #1)
Aequus (Book #2)
Nox (Book #3)


My Review: 5 Stars

Tristan & his raindrop are back at again; along with Zander, who makes everything more fun and exciting.  A twist here; a turn there.  Will the realms finally be joined or will everything Tristan worked so hard for crumble by the hands of his enemies?  You have to read to find out.

What a great ending to the series; and dare I say an opening to a spin-off.  Only time will tell.

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