# Of Pages: 447
In the third novel of the Ruby Red Trilogy, Gwen is still fuming over her treatment by Gideon in the last book. She feels betrayed and like she cannot trust anyone. She is also convinced that there is more to the story of her ancestors, Lucy and Paul. She does not believe they would simply steal the chronograph for their own gain. She does not trust the Count, but has no way of knowing how to protect herself from anyone because she does not know who to trust. Then, she discovers something hidden in her own house by her late grandfather and she uses it as a means for communicating with him back when he was still alive. Can he help her to decipher the prophesy enough to know what her role in this is supposed to be and manage to keep everyone safe?
This trilogy has been engaging from the beginning, but there were always unanswered questions and this book puts many of those to rest. The final resolution regarding the Count, Lucy and Paul, and even Gwen and Gideon are all interesting and exciting. Gwen’s interactions with her grandfather are also enlightening concerning the overall story. The book has a satisfying ending to the trilogy, but still leaves a little room for more in the future. Recommended for fans of fantasy romances.