- File Size: 653 KB
- Print Length: 408 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1631422995
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Mozaika Publications (July 3, 2018)
- Publication Date: July 3, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07BYZJB79
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,344 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Destiny Mine (Tormentor Mine Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I found myself skimming most of this book because it was filled with drivel. Peter and Sara were apart for most of the book, and I was so disinterested in what they were doing separately that I was bored to tears. It was so, so boring and just dragged on and on. I found myself several times not even wanting to pick the book back up again to read it — and this is a book I waited MONTHS to read!
I’m not sure yet if I’ll read the fourth book. I, unfortunately, lost my interest in the story, and I’m really regretting buying this book. I think when the series is finally complete, this book could be skipped entirely and still the series would make sense. Very disappointing!
Between Amazon's review bots and Anna Zaires' storytelling, it's really difficult to craft a decent review for Destiny Mine because you’re essentially traipsing through a landmine of spoilers and naughty scenes everywhere you turn. So I’ll just say that Destiny Mine contains a ton of set-up for book 4, which will be the final installment of Peter & Sara’s story. This book also really delves into the complex emotional and psychological hurdles for Sara as a grown woman unwittingly attracted to and falling in love with the criminal vigilante (Peter) who once waterboarded her and executed her husband for his involvement in the death of Peter’s family.
I can see how there may be a few frustrating moments for some readers with this book where you wish Sara was just a little more shallow or in possession of a lower emotional quotient and inferior moral compass so that she could get over her self-loathing at loving her husband’s killer faster—you know, so that the rest of us (who all pretty much agree her late journalist husband was a giant boob compared to Peter at this point, right?) can get back to enjoying our Peter sexy-time. But then of course we might feel compelled to scoff at Sara's flat, one-dimensional character development if that were the case.
As a dark romance novel critic, it’s often a tough call whether you wanna go the impatient don’t-give-me-storyline-and-feelings-with-my-erotica route, climb the self-righteous soapbox, or simply opt for a pseudointellectual rant in your book review. Not gonna lie, I totally paid $5.99 looking for a good time with my book boyfriend Peter Sokolov. Straight-up. And I’d do it again. (But I’m pc enough to pretend to care about how Sara’s feelings are developing, too, so that I come across as a better person in my book review. 😳)
But in all seriousness, at the end of the day, I like Peter too much to want to see him with a blow-up doll version of Sara who lacks inner conflict and emotional depth. And for me, an emotional payoff heightens the sexual payoff in romance and erotica novels. I am very much invested in these two characters and their storyline and I'm looking forward to more of them in book 4.
While this book ends in a cliffhanger (and we are warned) its not as bad as book two and I do enjoy how Ms. Zaires doesn't toy around with her readers on this. I suppose the set up on how Sara had to come to realize what she wanted was Peter and why and that Peter mean when he said as long as we are alive needed this longish detour. But somehow this book left me flatish (and its not the writing or the story) but a come on really why its time for it to wrap up?????
That being said Ms. Zaires and her story telling ability make her one of a kind and I will probably read and reread this part several times before the last book comes out.
I received an arc for an honest review but I always preorder her books because I need need it in print too.
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