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Seducing Destiny (The Fae Chronicles Book 4) Kindle Edition
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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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I want... no scratch that, I NEED a Ryder in my life!!! I started out this series a little skeptical because it’s a bit old and I was looking to start a fresh new urban fantasy/ paranormal romance series with a strong female lead and a NO Bull S**t kinda male so I said why not! Thank goodness I found this series. I’ve always been a fan of books that involve angels/demons/fae/witches etc.. so I was real luck to fall in love with this one!!
Syn is awesome she never took Ryders crap and gave him a run for his money like every strong female lead should. And as for Ryder, in the beginning of the first book I was really starting to hate him but like 10-week-old mold, he grew on me. What added the icing on the Ryder cake is his dirty dirty mouth, he is literally one of my favorite alpha male and the things he says to Syn just to get under her skin makes me want to fan my nether regions!! And the sex scenes are HOT HOT HOT (which makes this series more of an erotica to me).
I’m glad Ryder finally fell in love with Syn (though I’m not happy it took him 4 books and a life altering experience for him to admit it). The only thing negative I have to say about this series is that I feel like its not the end. There is a lot of loose ends and even more question. Like what the heck is up with Ristan and Danu? Did they have some sort of a fling or something? And what about the Mages, they are still out there probably still plotting destruction? And the new Guild? There is still just too many questions that I hope is answered in another book.
Also if anyone has any recommendations in books with a strong female leas and strong male lead feel free to let me know please! I’m pretty sure I’ve read them all but ya never know.
So much awesome packed in one amazing, creative book! Sexy, riveting, gripping and most definitely consuming, this book was unbelievably stunning! I can’t get enough of this series!
Seducing Destiny opens with the Horde/Fae preparing for war in the aftermath of Ristan’s latest vision. They are trying to find leads on the source of their enemies, Synthia is coming to terms with her new destiny and her new life with Ryder and all the while, they have enemies knocking outside their gate as well as traitors inside their own doors. Whereas the third book began a bit slow, from the moment this book opens up, it’s one thing after another and it didn’t let up until the very end. I was kept glued to the pages the WHOLE TIME!
Ryder is even more sexy in this novel as he starts to come to terms with his true feelings. He’s still very much the dominant alpha we love, but his heart is more invested in the feelings he has for Synthia. And their chemistry is blazing HOT! It hasn’t died down one bit. This author writes the steamiest bedroom scenes between these two. I could read those scenes all day long and it never get old. As well as being steamy, the author keeps them fresh and they feel new each time they are together because the author really explores their nature and their senses in the most fascinating ways. And when Ryder decides he’s ready for his woman, nothing stops him from claiming her. Swoon!!
Syn is changing. She’s been through so much in such a short time, but she braves it out and pushes forward. All she wants from Ryder is the love she has for him, returned to her as strongly as she herself feels it. Ryder is resistant to confess his feelings and this leaves Syn vulnerable to self-doubt and rivals. Not to mention there are serious dangers at work and Syn is headed into an uncertain future that is both scary and exciting! There was emotion, pain and love all wrapped into one beautiful moment as Syn’s future and the future of her loved ones are tested.
The world building was PERFECTION! The author gave us some fantastic scenes in which we get to explore Faery and I fell in love with it just as Syn did. The story itself, progressed naturally and beautifully and by the end of the book, I was in total awe of this author's talent to create a story so visionary and imaginative. And sexy! Like I said, Ryder and Syn are explosive in their passion.
Combined with amazing sub characters, a story filled with intrigue, mystery and adventure, this book deserves all the stars!
Seducing Destiny ends on a good note, too. After all the chaos and suffering in this book, I was happy to see things have settled just a little, while they wait to see what the future holds. At the same time, I was left with enough of a baited draw that I’m eager to start the next book immediately!
Each book just gets better and better.
During the whole series, you really don't know who to trust. There are many turns and twists that keep you on your toes and many surprises to try and knock you off you balance. Ryder is frustrating most of the series and there are times you almost feel that Syn deserves better (until the end obviously). There is definitely more erotica than adventure, so if that is not your thing than this might be a bit disappointing to you as the plot couldn't carry the series without it and I did find some parts slow from time to time.
Book 4 is good because things finally start to come together when it feels like the rest of the series everything is falling apart and very near hopeless. Syn definitely finds her voice and her feet and begins to take charge when the rest of the time it felt like she was just being bounced from situation to situation.
I liked the ending but was a bit surprised it wasn't more explosive. I would still recommend the series.