Laura is finally reunited with Miguel and safe in Portugal, but she and Miguel are under no illusions that the evil Duke of Easton and a heartbroken Andrew will let them live in peace. Unable to accept his father’s revelation about Miguel’s identity, Andrew is determined to get his wife and children back, even if it means killing Miguel in the process. He goes to Portugal to win Laura back and meets Carmen, Miguel’s ex-girlfriend, forming an alliance with her to reclaim their lost loves. Just as Miguel has helped Laura become acclimated to her new life, the shadow Queen Sofia’s secret is revealed and Miguel learns the truth of his lineage. He is destroyed and runs away to embrace the gypsy life, leaving Laura at her most vulnerable. The duke sets in motion his own plan to reunite his family, doubting Andrew’s ability to carry out the vendetta, but an unexpected enemy causes his plan to backfire. Meanwhile, Laura endures a medical nightmare that renders her weak and in dire need of a life-saving operation. Her salvation will come from an unlikely source. As The Shadow King concludes, Miguel’s and Laura’s love deepens while Andrew finds himself torn between following in his father’s sinister footsteps or turning away from evil and righting the wrongs set in motion hundreds of years ago. Ultimately, his choice will determine the fates of Laura and Miguel. And as the The Talisman Trilogy concludes, the citizens of Portugal must decide whether to bring the House of Braganza out of the shadows or leave it in peaceful obscurity.
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