But having power isn’t the same thing as keeping it, and change isn’t always welcome. The ruling class, the Grandiloquy, has held control over planets and systems for centuries—and they are plotting to stop this teenage Emperor and Nemesis, who is considered nothing more than a creature and certainly not worthy of being Empress.
Nemesis will protect Tyrus at any cost. He is the love of her life, and they are partners in this new beginning. But she cannot protect him by being the killing machine she once was. She will have to prove the humanity that she’s found inside herself to the whole Empire—or she and Tyrus may lose more than just the throne. But if proving her humanity means that she and Tyrus must do inhuman things, is the fight worth the cost of winning it?@goodreads
That ending! What the . . .
"'Doubt thou the stars are fire
Doubt that the sun doth move,
Doubt truth to be a liar
But never doubt I love.'"
I don't even know what to say. Everything changed in a blink of an eye.
Tyrus is the new emperor and Nemesis is to be the new empress at his side. They are having a bit of a problem with the Galaxy not wanting a diabolic to be empress. It seems people are trying to kill them every time you turn around, mostly Nemesis.
Then we are going along, thinking there might be some progress and then BAM! All hell breaks loose and my feelings!!!!!
I will nervously await the next book!