I was dying.
Every minute I wasted without a mate, my mind became more volatile. I was unbalanced, stronger than I was capable of handling alone.
Supposedly, I was destined for greatness, but apparently I had to overcome another task first.
Riley was my one true love. I was sure. However, that didn’t necessarily mean I was his. Complications, it seemed, were becoming my forte.
Despite my personal problems, the demons emerged, offering little hope and even less mercy. With my mind preoccupied, I wasn’t ready for the attack heading our way.
The pack needed me now more than ever, but the demons were cunning, thwarting my plans and upping the stakes each time.
I was letting them down. We weren’t ready. I wasn’t ready.
Darkness descended on Nature’s Destiny, and sadness was sure to come.
War had begun.
In Guardian’s Dynasty it’s another change for Luna as she and Riley must both decide if they are ready for the commitment of being true mates. A wolf mating is life long and irreversible but Luna is concerned the death sentence hanging over her will influence Riley’s decision. The only way to cancel out the threat is for Luna to mate with her one true love. It’s obvious to everyone else, though that Luna and Riley are meant for each other. To save Luna, she and Riley can’t afford to wait for the mating ritual ceremony to be organised so the second option has to be taken immediately.
‘Trust my brother to use the unconventional way of mating,’ Faye laughed.
Luna is now the female alpha and there must be a wedding party for the pack to acknowledge the mating. Which is when the trouble starts, beginning with the appearance of sink holes and the approaching Blood Moon, when the demons, according to legend, will take over the world.
As the wedding guests, including Luna’s parents and best friend, Sky are enjoying the celebrations Luna’s warning pains begin…and before anyone realises what is happening they are surrounded by incubi and Luna has gone…and things will never be the same for Sky.
Another full on instalment in the lives of Luna, Riley and the pack. There’s never a dull moment, lots of action, changes and romance. Luna is dealing with her newly acquired powers well and learning how to use them, finding out who she really is and her destiny. Justine Winter’s writing is very descriptive and imaginative and I love the cover art for the books, this one especially.
I was supplied with an ARC in return for my review.
To mark the release day of Guardians Dynasty, Nature’s Destiny is being offered free for a limited time.
About the author
I’ve always lived a life based on my imagination, from hopeless dreams of romance to concocting alternate realities involving supernaturals. I’m completely fascinated with anything hero-related, and often speculate which superpower I’d possess. I haven’t settled on one yet.
I was born in England, and currently reside in Wales, UK. I love to write, and most days you’ll find me happily tapping away at the computer whilst in my pyjama-clad bubble. I also spend my time reading, and if that isn’t enough I’m often in the kitchen baking up a treat.
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