Less than six months ago my life was twisted and flipped on its side. Things have changed so much I barely recognize myself anymore.
I am no longer an Enforcer.
I am no longer a Witch.
I no longer hate the Fae. (For the most part)
And the sex-on-a-stick-gorgeous-Fae? He isn't really the Dark Prince.
No, he is the father of my children and with the babies on the way, the land dying and the Mages closing in; alliances will have to be formed if we are all to make it through the war that is coming to our front door.
Between warring Gods and Goddesses, how are any of us supposed to win?
“Synthia, you’re immortal now and time is something you have in abundance. Ristan also suggested we get you some books on mothering, and birthing as well. He also said to give you this,” Darynda whispered wickedly as she glamoured a doll. “A doll?” I asked confusion stamped on my face. She handed me the small newborn doll which immediately started shrieking with an ear piercing cry the moment I held it. “How the hell do you shut it off?” I shouted over the wailing thing that I held up by its leg. “Try cuddling with it, Flower,” Ristan said from the door before I turned a horrified look up at him. “You ass,” I growled as I tried to comfort the doll and failed. I had zero knowledge of how to calm a screaming baby; it wasn’t as if we had child raising classes at the Guild. “Here, like this,” he said as he sifted to the bed and took hold of the doll. “Gentleness is universal. Even Fae babes love a cuddle to feel secure, smart little things also like breasts.” I lifted a brow as he swaddled the doll in a blanket he glamoured, and rocked the life like doll in his arms. It instantly stopped crying and made gentle mewling sounds. I groaned. “I’m going to be the worst mother, possibly ever known to Fae and mankind alike.”
Author of Fighting Destiny a fast paced Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance with hot alpha males, and a sassy heroines. I have three kids, and married my best friend, who is also the most amazing man ever. I live in Washington State with way too many trees, and love it. I have been writing as long as I can remember, and I am also the page owner of Erotica Book Club.
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Synthia has been determined to take out every Fae possible since the brutal murder of her parents at their hands when she was 5 years old, even worse she saw everything from her hiding spot. Her newest assignment though has her being forced to rework all her rules and begin considering that everything might not be quite what it has seemed.
Syn is smart, feisty, and one bad a$$ chick you do not want to mess with. She protects her family at all costs doing whatever it takes to keep them safe, even if it means doing things she never imagined doing before.
Ryder is a mystery with every bit of him you unfold and the few times you see things from his perspective leaves you with more questions than answers. He's not the type you wanna cross EVER and you can see it in the way others are around him.
This story takes you into a new world where the Fae exist and while you think you know them the more you see the more you question everything. There is mystery and intrigue and with each character you read about you get drawn into the story even more.
Make no mistakes though this story has it's dark parts so be prepared for them, but every bit of dark has light...eventually.
Holy cracker jacks!!! Did you think you knew what was going to happen in book 1? Well now your gonna be kept even more on your toes!
I'm not gonna get into it too much cause it's better to read it as you go so I won't ruin any surprises, but the intense and crazy from book 1 is on overload here and everything you thought you knew gets knocked on your butt.
Syn is as sassy as ever even with everything she is going through. She is learning nothing was as she thought and the world of truths is not at all what she was taught.
Ryder is as hot as ever, but with all those secrets you can just see things coming to a head or more like Syn kicking him in the head! The story continues from Seducing Destiny and just when you think you're starting to get a hang of things BAM!
Wow nothing is ever as it seems and just when Syn thought she was FINALLY getting a grasp on things her world is turned upsides down again, and again, and again. Not sure about her but I'm definitely starting to get whiplash but now though she is finally getting real answers to all those questions.
The Horde King a man of true evil has her but she's still fighting and she's still got a few tricks up her sleeve. Syn is not one to go down without a fight and when she is finally somewhere safe will everything come crashing down on her again?
Intense is a word I've used to describe each book as it comes out and each time I read the next one the word takes on more and more meaning. The story gets darker, but it also begins to show the light and happiness you've been waiting for Syn to find. You root for her all the way and she's just one of those characters you know won't just sit around hoping for things to get better, but will go out and do something about it.
Her life has changed so completely that if you had told her she never would have belived you. Syn was an enforcer and determined to kill as many Fae as possible in order to find her parents killers. She found out everything she thought was misinformation and now she's pregnant by a Fae and happy about it. Things aren't still quite how she wants them to be, but we've all learned when Syn wants something she'll do whatever it takes until she gets it.
The story comes to a head in this one and we see where everything has been leading Syn and Ryder. While this isn't the last book in the series you get more information than ever before and finally feel like you (and Syn) know just as much as everyone around her, and maybe even more.
This series takes you on one heck of a ride and doesn't want to let you go, not that you'd want to! With each book you get sucked into the characters lives more and more and while Syn and Ryder are the main characters you also see others who you want to see get their versions of a HEA. Can't wait to read more!