Sunday, October 23, 2011

Review Destiny Redeemed by Gabrielle Bisset

Title: Destiny Redeemed 
Source: Author request
Genre: Paranormal romance
Length: Novel




Destiny Redeemed-paranormal romance

Sentenced to spend the rest of his three remaining lifetimes in Nil, Amon Kalins is freed with the help of his Sidhe servant, Gethen, but now he must accept his life is never to be his again as the Council won't rest until he's safely back imprisoned within Nil's cold walls. Broken and nearly dead from his time in prison, Amon is saved by an Aeveren healer named Althea Forester. As a healer, Thea has served her people for forty-five lifetimes, never having a destined one and always knowing each lifetime would ultimately end with her alone. But destiny hasn't forgotten her.

Drawn to the seductive Amon, Thea quickly becomes a pawn the Council uses to trap him. Taken prisoner by the sadistic leader of the rebel group, the Soren, Thea must survive the vicious world of the people hell-bent on taking her destined one away forever, and Amon must risk everything dear to him to free her from those who would sacrifice her to claim the bigger prize and return him to Nil.







Gabrielle has written a story with lots of romance and action. I love the depth Gabrielle takes you into the Aeveren’s culture and each character. If you’ve read Stolen Destiny I don’t think you’ll be disappointed in how Amon finds his mate and how he gets to keep her.

I liked all the characters, they all seem to flow together in the story. You get some great emotions out of them all. This could be a standalone but if you haven’t read Stolen Destiny, I suggest you do that first because you really need to see where Amon came from before you read about him.

 This is not your typical paranormal storyline, so if you want something a bit different, please try this.

I highly recommend this author and her books they are wonderful romance stories.

If you want to read in order here is the first book Stolen Destiny 





3 comments:

  1. Thank you for the lovely review!

    -Gabrielle

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  2. Great review, I loved Amon after reading this book. It totally blew my mind how he went from a bad guy to the best man ever. Gabrielle definitely can write and I highly recommend her books. Love them all.

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  3. Great book! I didn't read the book b4 this so I didn't see Amon as a bad guy. Great review Laurie!

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