Now that Paca (aka The Apocalypse) and her Four Horsemen know who they are, she just has to figure out who and why she was killed 500 years ago in Two Kingdoms.There’s also the issue of who killed her four men. But the answers to those questions lead to even more questions and some very hard truths. There are some other members of her extended family she needs to deal with, not to mention her father, Lucifer, and her evil siblings. First, Paca needs to deal with her men, who aren’t including her in their plans. Which is just rude since she created them!
It’s been a while since I read the second book, so I didn’t necessarily remember everything that had happened right way, but it didn’t take me long to catch up. Paca has one seriously screwed up family. Lucifer avoids telling her the truth and her siblings all hate her since she’s his favorite. But she finally gets the answers she’s been looking for and it’s not good. She needs to do something that could end her life again, but her men may keep her from doing what she has to. It should be interesting to see how it turns out.