Saturday, 1 November 2008
When Destiny wakes up beside a dead man on a beach, she knows only one thing. She knows she has to keep moving, keep searching and keep one step ahead of the hunters that have followed her to the States from Scotland. The death of her lover Egan has left her alone but she has his ring and it may turn out to be the most important thing she has. Destiny is hoping to see her father before he dies and rescue her mother before it is too late but without help she knows she won't get very far.

Trae is a master a sexy master thief and Egan's brother. He has his own agenda but like Destiny he is running for his life and wants to help her. They both have powers that are beyond human and together they may just be able to achieve what they both want to achieve. With hunters following them every step of the way, they have to use every means they can to survive. Will they learn to trust each other? Will they ever be free? Or will time run out for them both?

The blurb for Destiny Kills didn't give much away. Was this really a paranormal? A fantasy? In the end it was a matter of 'Who cares, Keri Arthur is the author'. So imagine my surprise when it became clear that the creatures in this story are dragons! With my current addiction to my online dragons this story came at the perfect time. Dragons are amazing creatures and I haven't read enough books about them.

Keri Arthur has, yet again, written an amazing tale that has just the right amount of romance, alot of mystery and a good healthy helping of magic. A new series that I hope will continue sooner rather than later, this is a must read for any Arthur fans and of course for anyone who loves dragons. With a new Riley Jenson book due out in Spring and more of Arthur's older books being re-released in the UK this is an author you have to try because she has so much variety and talent on offer.

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posted by Amber Katze at Saturday, November 01, 2008 |


5 Comments:


At 1 November 2008 at 12:10, Blogger Cathy

I am a big fan of the Riley Jensen series and just ordered a copy of Destiny Kills.

 

At 1 November 2008 at 13:45, Blogger Carolyn Jean

Wow, this sounds great, and that cover is gorgeous. I love the Riley Jensen Books. I totally have to read this one!

 

At 1 November 2008 at 18:55, Blogger Tez Miller

I remember reading Kez's blog when she was writing this - it was the Loch Ness Monster book. Is Nessie a water dragon? (I don't know Nessie or dragon myths, really.)

Still hasn't sold UK/AU rights for this yet. I'll be waitin'...

Have a lovely day! :-)

 

At 1 November 2008 at 19:34, Anonymous Jackie M (Literary Escapism)

I have this sitting on my desk now. I love Arthur's Riley series so I may have to pick this one up sooner rather than later.

 

At 2 November 2008 at 07:03, Blogger Amberkatze

Yes this book has to do with the Loch Ness Monster. It is quite interesting to see how Keri Arthur has weaved that into the story.

 






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