Saturday, January 31, 2009

Destiny Kills

Destiny Kills by Keri Arthur

What was this book about?

Destiny McKree wakes up with wounds next to a dead man at a beach. She doesn’t know who she is – but she knows who he is. She knows that she cares for him and is sad to see that he is dead.

She does the only thing she knows how to do – she goes on. When the police almost catch her she runs into Trae Wilson. She doesn’t know if she can trust Trae. He says he is her friend Egan’s brother – but he seems to want something from her – something she can’t give. Add to that the knowledge that she has been burned before.

When her memory comes back Destiny realizes that she isn’t just human (and neither is Trae). She is a water dragon. With that comes certain powers. She has also been in captivity for the last ten years. She needs to get to her father before he dies, then return to the laboratory and rescue her mother and the children.

Trae has his own needs. He needs a ring that Destiny has gotten from Egan. Can he trust her with the real reasons he needs the ring? Can she trust him? Can they get all they need accomplished?

What did you think about the book?

How fun and refreshing – a paranormal topic I have never seen before in a book. Dragons. Water dragons and air dragons, with powers that you know nothing about. It really is a fun and unusual subject.

This really is one of those books that the inspiring and different topic is what carries the book. You want to know what is going to happen next. What powers they have. How that really works?!?

The story is good – the only thing is I would like to have spent more time with the children – getting to know them and their stories. But I also realize that it wouldn’t have fit with the rest of the plot. Based on the ending it seems as if this may be a single book (as opposed to a series) – either way I enjoyed it.

What genre would you consider this?

Paranormal Romance


Question for You!

Could you get involved with someone who had been involved with a sibling?

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