Book Review: Destiny

Destiny CoverBook: Destiny by P.T. Michelle

Published October 2013 by Limitless Ink Press|327 pages

Where I Got It: Nook Store

Series: Brightest Kind of Darkness #3

Genre: YA Paranormal

You can find Destiny on Goodreads|You can find P.T. Michelle on TwitterFacebook and her website

Goodreads Summary: When destiny is on the line, will love be enough to light the way?

In order to save Ethan, Nara gets pulled deeper into his dark world, where everything she thought she knew about Ethan and herself turns on its head. Ethan and Nara turn up the heat with bone-melting seduction and heart-rending moments, but surprising revelations, lies, treachery, betrayal, and unimaginable evil will challenge their relationship and their future together. As the stakes rise, encompassing more than just her relationship with Ethan, will Nara make the ultimate sacrifice?

I’m really liking this series!  Destiny was a really interesting read, and every book in this series reveals more about this world.  But as my questions get answered, I find that I have more questions about this world and what’s going on and what it all means!

So, we learn more about Corvus and the Order and that there’s a Master Corvus who only appears when needed.  And we learn why Nara was in so much danger in Lucid!  We finally learn what Ethan knows, but it definitely takes a while, as there are some…issues…that need to be taken care of first.

I definitely like Nara and Ethan working together, and they really are better and stronger as a team than they are when they’re on their own.  Actually, it’s nice to see people in it together, because I feel like that doesn’t happen too often.  But I’m glad things work out for Nara and Ethan.  At least, I’m glad that things work out in this book, because I have the feeling that things are going to get very interesting in the next book.

We also meet Nara’s dad, and I’m hoping we see more of him.  I feel like he’s going to have more of a role, but what that is, I’m not sure.  Well, I’m hoping he has more of a role, but that could be wishful thinking on my part.

And the ending!  I can’t believe I have to wait for the next book, because I really want to know what happens next.  There was definitely some yelling involved, because there is a bit of a cliffhanger.  An idea that seemed so simple in Brightest Kind Of Darkness is so much more involved than I ever imagined.  But in a totally good way, because there’s so much more to this world than I could have imagined was possible.  And I can’t wait to see what else is revealed about the world Nara and Ethan are living in, because I feel like there’s so much that will surprise me in the next one.

Final Thoughts:

I really like this series, and I’m always surprised with how interesting this world is!  I’m definitely looking forward to the next book to see what we learn, because questions get answered, and a ton more take its place.  Destiny gets 4 stars.

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