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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Supernova: Book III of the Alessandra Legacy Trilogy by K.W. Keith is a fitting end to a brilliantly crafted and created series. Reading this series was very entertaining and I enjoyed it thoroughly. While I was conflicted about Raine in the beginning, his character development throughout the series has changed my heart and mind about him. He is not an anti-hero per se, but his duality is what makes him so endearing and amazing at the same time. He’s sharp, witty and a go-getter, something that makes him even more attractive.
Things are not going so well for Raine and Solana, especially when they are not together. While Raine is in Rome, it feels as if Solana is worlds apart from him. He wants them to be husband and wife in the true sense of the words, but there is something holding her back, something that he does not understand. From being warm and pliable, she is suddenly cold towards him and this is something that he cannot stand. Unbeknownst to both of them, Cavi is weaving an intricate web of lies and deception that is taking these two further apart. Cavi wants what Raine has; Cavi wants his power, his success and most of all, he wants Solana. What will happen? Will Raine and Solana find out what the truth is or were they never meant to be together?
The author kept the integrity of the story and the characters alive until the very end, giving them space to develop, to grow and become their own entity. I became invested in the story once again, invested in the life of Raine and Solana. From the very first page, I was hooked. At times, I wanted to scream at these two and at times I wanted to smack them silly. I enjoyed them, I enjoyed how good they are together and how great K.W. Keith’s writing skills are. An amazing end to a brilliant series!