Book Review

by Jean Johnson

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
Sensuality: HOT

2009 Futuristic/Fantasy Romance Nominee

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After eight magical books, the saga of the Sons of Destiny comes to a riveting and highly satisfactory conclusion. As with the previous novels, Johnson adds twists that force her characters to grow and change. She's definitely saved the best for last in this magical and unforgettable series.

After watching and maneuvering his seven brothers into marriages,
it's finally time for Morganen to fulfill
the prophecy and meet his own romantic destiny. But as so often happens, things don't go according to plan. When Morganen's beloved Hope is pulled through from Queen Kelly's dimension, they learn a startling and disturbing
fact: Hope is actually the last Duchess Haupanea of Nightfall, who disappeared 200 years ago. Everything Morg thought he knew about Hope changes.

Her identity could impact the brothers' attempt to get Nightfall declared a kingdom, with Kelly as its queen, and as the convocation of the gods grows closer, forces from Katan scheme to destroy their plans. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Apr., 376
pp., $15.00)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith


Published: April 2009

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