Sunday, September 18, 2011

Destiny Divided (Shadows of Destiny, #1) by Leia Shaw

Posted by Laurielu Bona Fide Reflections at 7:00 AM
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Destiny Divided (Shadows of Destiny, #1)
Excellent Reading



Destiny Divided by Leia Shaw is a gem of a paranormal romance. I absolutely loved the mythos of Ms. Shaw's paranormal world of witches, vampires, and shape-shifters which is original and intriguing.

Sage Peterson has been living in the basement of the university where Professor James Elias teaches. She has lived a hard lonely life where she has to cover up all of strange unexplainable events that occur around her when she gets overly emotional. The frustrating, sexy, authoritative James offers to help Sage who is a powerful half witch/half sorceress by training her in magic while he is secretly planning to use Sage against his enemies. However, as they spend more time together, their feelings deepen into a bond that is irrefutable, even to Professor Elias who has a few secrets he is trying to keep to himself.

Ms. Shaw is able to create a solid connection between the reader and the hero and heroine of this story because she has created two domineering eccentric characters that effectively complement each other. The snarky conversations and one liners between these Sage and James is very amusing and helps to lessen the intensity of the events occurring around them. The sexual tension and relationship that develops between the two main characters is extremely meaningful. In addition, the plot and the originality of novel compounds the reader’s appreciation of the novel. The combination of all these elements creates a paranormal romance that is hard to put down.

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Happy Reading from Bona Fide Reflections!!






1 comments:

Melissa on August 30, 2011 at 3:30 PM said...

I love a book with a good deal of wit. It's great to be able to laug a bit in the midst of it!!

♥ Melissa @ Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf