Destiny McCree wakes up on a beach with
no memory, and a dead man lying next to her. When his body
disappears with the dawn she’s even more confused. But as
she’s running from the law she come across someone who helps
her get away, and helps her remember exactly who she is: a
Master thief Trae Wilson is a draman,
half-human, half-dragon. He is looking for his half-brother
Egan when he runs across Destiny. He just wants one thing
from her, a ring he knows she has in her possession. But
after spending time with her he knows he can’t let her go.
Together Destiny and Trae try to stay
one step ahead of the scientists who have held Destiny, her
mother and several other dragons hostage to use for
experimentation. As the pair search for a plan to free those
being held captive near Loch Ness, they discover passion for
each other that can mean only one thing: they are soul
I have to admit that I had a little bit
of trouble getting into this story, but once I did it ran
like gangbusters and kept me wanting to see what happened
next. The tale is highly emotional, with feelings running
from extreme sorrow to high passion. I loved Destiny’s
character and the way she refused to back down in the face
of great danger. Trae wove his way into my heart and I could
see why Destiny would fall in love with him.
Destiny Kills is the
first novel in Keri Arthur’s Myth and Magic series, and it
definitely sets the stage for things to come. This story
made me run the gamut in emotions from happiness to extreme
sorrow. And while I had a little trouble at the beginning
the ending left me wanting more of this world.
Ms. Arthur has definitely crafted a new
series that fantasy lovers will enjoy. Make sure you get in
on the ground floor.