Lilly Tremaine goes to England to live in
a house she just inherited from an aunt she never knew about.
She has had a secret dream to write fiction and believes this
is the perfect opportunity to try it. Little does she know
that her beneficiary aunt was one of her favorite romance
writers. Lilly sets out to discover her new home and
country. What Lilly does not expect is the house’s guardian.
Faelen McKenna is a Wyvern who has been
charged and cursed to guard the Tremaine women during their
lives. Oh yeah, he can also change into a man when the night
falls. Faelen sees Lilly when she first moves in but it takes
awhile for Lilly to see him. You have to see and believe in
magic to interact with Faelen. However, once it happens both
Faelen and Lilly’s lives change from the everyday into a
fantasy romance with the bumps and curves every romance has.
Their first official date has Faelen
taking Lilly into another world – literally. There Lilly
learns that some legends and myths are much more and less than
you could expect. Deep friendship and danger surround them as
Faelen and Lilly realize that someone is very interested in
them, but not in a good way. It seems that keeping them apart
has been the main agenda, and now time is running out. When
the final act comes will the dark magic rule all or can Lilly
and Faelen overcome and gain the everlasting love that is just
within their reach?
The Last Legacy is one of
those books that will take you away to another world entirely
and I went most willingly. Lilly has had to fight to keep any
fantasy and/or magic in her life. Faelen is magic personified
and while he is charged to protect Lilly, he begins to fall
for her. I was mesmerized watching Lilly and Faelen fall in
love. When you add in their zany and fun loving friends (of
many myths and legends) their love story was both magical and
action packed. I have always had a special place for dragons,
but now I have to put wyverns on that same level. The
Last Legacy has been placed with care on my keeper,
touch only with extreme caution, list and is a must re-read.
The romance, fantasy and all the secondary characters take
The Last Legacy to the top of my keeper pile.