Enter Trae Wilson, a master thief with a sexy, knowing grin and a secret agenda of his own. Destiny and Trae both have powers far beyond the human---and both are running for their lives. Together they're riding a tide of danger, magic, and lust...but with killers stalking their every move, they must use any means necessary, even each other, to survive---until the shocking secret of one woman's destiny finally unravels.
©2008 Keri Arthur; (P)2009 Tantor
"I'm extremely excited about this new series and anxiously await the next book. I believe that the battle is far from over. It is just the beginning." (Romantic Times)
"Ms. Arthur has written an inventive story with great characters, romance, suspense, humor, and dragons.... The dialogue is witty, the plot is engrossing and I particularly like the ending, it is very satisfying." (Coffee Time Romance)
I like Keri Arthur's writing, just not sure how much I liked this particular story. Felt it was a bit slow in spots and not sure I'd listen to this again. It was a predictable ending and no real surprises.
i don't get the relationship between the main characters and I've tried 'reading' this twice now. The dialogue is so implausible that I end up editing it in my mind. I've enjoyed other books by Keri Arthur, but this one is just so bad I don't think I can do it. Unless you're a diehard fan, save your credit.
Keri Arthur is very good at sexually explicit romance stories, often with supernatural beings populating them. I would put her in the Sherilyn Kenyon, Christine Feehan, Laurell K. Hamilton group of writers. I was attracted to this book because it was a departure from the usual vampire and werewolf story. This time we have dragons. The book starts off great, but it soon falls down to your average paranormal romance novel. That may not be a problem for lovers of the genre, but I just wished Keri Arthur could have stayed up above the average mark.
I liked the female narrator. I think she did a good job with the material.
I just couldn't get into this one. I'm not overly found of stories with amnesia plots, and this one dragged on longer than I found entertaining.
Destiny Kills was written beautifully. You got lost in it. The narration was flawless and Keri Arthur is an awesome author.
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