Destiny Kills by Keri Arthur

Guest Review by: aprilp999

Destiny Kills

Destiny Kills

by Keri Arthur

As someone who is familiar with Arthur’s Riley Jenson Guardian novels, I was a little hesitant to even read this new series. Don’t get me wrong, in the beginning I loved the Riley Jenson series, it just seemed to get really, really predictable and lost my interest after Dangerous Games.

That is my excuse for having not read Destiny Kills before now, but I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by this book. It put an original twist on the whole Dragon genre. I can’t say that it is my favorite book in the world but it held my attention.

The main male character Trae, was deliciously bad and Destiny is the kind of abused female main that everyone can root for. The storyline was lacking of any twists (which as you know I love and kept looking for). It did, however,  have a nice growing romance between Trae and Destiny, which was pleasant.

Overall, I think I’ll continue reading the series to find out what happens next.  I might even pick back up the Riley Jenson novels where I left off and give them another try.

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