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Thursday, August 2, 2012

{Review} Destiny's Wrath by Nancy Straight

Destiny's Wrath
by Nancy Straight
Publisher: Nancy Straight
Series: Destiny (#3)
Pages:  202
Source:  Self Purchased
Available as of January 30, 2012
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In the final installment of the Destiny Series, Lauren and Max still yearn for their normal life together. Although finally united, they’re unable to enjoy their bliss when they learn nine people have been viciously murdered. The murderer is a young man who saved Max’s life months earlier. Lauren and Max must decide how to help the young man and destroy the evil that resides within him. The only thing the Council and the Cabinet can agree on is: Lauren and Max need to stay away. Lauren and Max worry that this time the evil may consume them both. Nobody involved saw the power of Destiny’s Wrath until it was upon them.


This review may contain spoilers if you haven't read the first two books in the trilogy.
Meeting Destiny

My Review:
The Desinty Trilogy has drawn to a close with this final installment. Nancy Straight concluded Lauren and Max's life at a good place where I'm okay with letting them go.

Lauren and Max have accomplished a lot in the past three years. They met, Lauren was in and out of a coma, Max went to and returned from war and then they found each other again. Their peace of removing Samuel from Max's body hasn't lasted long when trouble find them. Will they kill him once and for all and complete their soul, or will they have to live more lives to move on to an eternity of happiness?

I really enjoyed this final book. Max and Lauren are finally in a good place when all hell breaks loose. They are trusting in each other and if they can't win, no one can. I loved that Destiny's Wrath was told from multiple points of view. It really gave the reader an inside look into Samuel's mind and the new characters being introduced. I also loved how this book just jumped right into the drama. If I remember correctly, my jaw was permanently dropped for the first five chapters. No time was wasted! Great ride!!

Overall, Destiny's Wrath was by far the best book in the trilogy. It created the perfect ending which allows the reader to let go of two very wonderful characters. I couldn't have hoped for anything better. If you haven't started this trilogy yet, I highly recommend it!

1 comment:

Nancy Straight said...

Thanks so much for the great review and for sharing it with your followers!!

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