Reader Review: I really liked Keri Arthurâs Riley Jenson books so I thought I would try this one. I did not think it was as good as the Riley series but I did like it. It was an interesting take on dragons. It was well written and did keep my interest. Not a bad book for some light fun reading.
Desire calls. Danger Lurks.
When Destiny McCree wakes up beside a dead man on an Oregon beach, she knows only this: she has to keep moving, keep searching, and keep one step ahead of the forces that have been pursuing her from the heart of Scotland to this isolated spot. Why? The death of her lover has left her alone, with little memory of her past. A glimmering serpent-shaped ring is the one clue she has—and a bargaining chip in a most dangerous game.
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.…
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|Title of Romance eBook: Destiny Kills||Series: Myth and Magic, , #1|
|Release Date: 10-28-2008|
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|Publisher: Random House Publishing Group|
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Some things I remembered.
Some things I couldn't.
Like who I was.
Or why I was sitting naked on a beach next to a dead man.
And yet I knew why I was here. I was waiting for the dawn to give him a final kiss good-bye before she guided his soul on to its next life.
The breeze that curled around me was cold, as cold as the sand was harsh. And yet these sensations were a fleeting thing. Goose bumps might tremble across my skin, and sand might grate against my buttocks and thighs, but both failed to register on anything more than a flesh level. I felt no cold, no pain, no sorrow.
It was as if I were dead inside. As dead as the man lying beside me. Yet, for some reason, I was still breathing and he wasn't.
That was a question that haunted me, teasing the frozen edges of my thoughts and memories.
Why him and not me?
I didn't know, I just didn't know, and yet I knew it was a question that was important. I knew my life might well depend on the answer.
I drew my knees close to my chest and studied the distant horizon. Though dawn had yet to stain night's cover, it was coming. Already its warm power vibrated across the air, an eager humming that was both familiar and alien. I didn't understand the sensation, didn't know the reason behind it, and yet the mere fact that I could feel it had relief sweeping through me.
It was frustrating, this not knowing. Not remembering.
I let my gaze move across the ocean, watching the waves roll lazily toward the sand, seeing nothing out there in the vast expanse of white-capped blueness. No ship. No boat. No pursuit.
But I didn't bother questioning why I was e...
Title: Destiny Kills
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October 30, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from TX US
I really liked Keri Arthurâs Riley Jenson books so I thought I would try this one. I did not think it was as good as the Riley series but I did like it. It was an interesting take on dragons. It was well written and did keep my interest. Not a bad book for some light fun reading.
This was the best book that Keri Arthur has writte
January 25, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from southampton, PA US
This was the best book that Keri Arthur has written so far. This new world of dragons is incredible. I love the modern twist to it. Cannot wait for the next book. The characters were very realistic and not too fantastic and out there. Very much enjoyed the death ceremonies of both fire and sea dragons. Looking forward to see if next book will have same main characters or new ones. Very much want the same cause I want to know more about their families.
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