Publication Date: October 28, 2012
Reviewed by: Amber R.
Desire calls. Danger Lurks.
When Destiny McCree wakes up beside a dead man on an Oregon beach, she knows only this: she has to keep moving, keep searching, and keep one step ahead of the forces that have been pursuing her from the heart of Scotland to this isolated spot. Why? The death of her lover has left her alone, with little memory of her past. A glimmering serpent-shaped ring is the one clue she has—and a bargaining chip in a most dangerous game.
Enter Trae Wilson, a master thief with a sexy, knowing grin and a secret agenda of his own. Destiny and Trae both have powers far beyond the human—and both are running for their lives. Together they’re riding a tide of danger, magic, and lust…but with killers stalking their every move, they must use any means necessary, even each other, to survive—until the shocking secret of one woman’s destiny finally unravels.…
Keri Arthur has done it again. For some reason I just found out about this series and I have only read this book so far but I absolutely love it. This book was super action packed from the beginning. Seriously non stop from the first page to the last.
Destiny is a sea dragon, meaning she can shift into her sea dragon form whenever she wants. She was imprisoned for 11 years by scientists who were doing testing on her and a group of other sea and air dragons. She and an air dragon, Egan escape from the facility where they are being held. They have a plan to get the other dragons out of the facility but before anything gets accomplished Egan is killed and his brother Trae shows up. Destiny and Trae feel a connection with each other that doesn't make any sense but neither of them will trust the other.
Despite all of the craziness, the heat between Destiny and Trae is out of control. I loved the banter between them and of course the heat between them is off the charts. There are a few things that happen in this book that legitimately made me cry. It was so sad. However, this book is absolutely amazing. This is definitely being added to my list of favorite books.