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Destiny Fulfilled by Laire McKinney

Destiny Fulfilled

by Laire McKinney

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Wren O'Hara is waiting for the day she succumbs to mental illness like her mother. When she is attacked by a psychotic client at work, and saved by what must be an angel, she fears the time for insanity has come. Little does she know, her savior is an immortal warrior druid named Riagan Tenman, and that he will challenge everything she ever thought she knew about reality.Now Wren must decide if the fantasy unfolding before her is true, or if she has finally lost her mind.… (more)



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I got this from Early Reviewers. I thought I had resolved to not ask for ebook romance novels, but this one slipped through somehow and I regret it. I hope the author enjoyed writing it because I didn't really enjoy it much. The constant descriptions and appreciation of the main characters' bodies made me start skimming. More is not always better. A point was made of the male lead's odd speech patterns, which would have been fine except the next paragraph describing his thinking generally read as modern American. I found this annoying, too. ( )
  Sennethe | Dec 7, 2018 |
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Wren is taking care of her mother who is schizophrenic and she's afraid that she's becoming like her mother. Riagen is a Druid manslut who is supposed to be protecting a cauldron. But he's bored with that, immortality can do that for you. So he's out screwing someone when he should be protecting the cauldron, and this isn't the first time. He gets busted and sentence to find love and made into a mortal man and dropped onto earth. Not too far from Wren lives of course. He saves her life, but kills the guy trying to kill her. From there it was a bit of skim reading over the pages as I hit forward.

Because it turns out the Wren is really the daughter of the King of Faerie (I mean did you not see that coming?) and is the Redeemer. She helps save the cauldron, Riagen of course has realized he loves her but has a duty to stay. Solution is found and there's the neat wrap up at the end.

Not terribly difficult to follow, if you want an easy read this is it. Sex isn't anything detailed, so kind of in the old Harlequin realm. ( )
  pnwbookgirl | Aug 14, 2018 |
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What a great read with lots of romance and fantasy characters to boost your imagination. Wren and Ray are a wonderful pairing and throw in a wonderful dog and you have a great story. I look forward to reading more books from this author. ( )
  nncyguild | Aug 4, 2018 |
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What a FANTASTIC novel that I couldn't get enough of reading! I liked that I found a NEW author who whetted my appetite for more paranormal and I MUST read more! I loved that Wren took care of her mom who was thought to be deranged as she was hearing voices in her head. She knew that she too would end up like her mom. At first, I didn't like Raigan Tenner as he was selfish and a womanizer who left his post of guarding the ancient cauldron and it was almost stolen! As his punishment, he was banished to the human realm and only if he found a woman who loved him and he loved her could he return to his realm and duties, but he was yanked away from his mother as was his twin before he what LOVE WAS! ( )
  HOTCHA | Jul 31, 2018 |
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Wren lives in fear that one day she'll be as crazy as her mother and it looks like that day is fast approaching. Riagen has been banished to Earth and mortality and he has only a few days to fall in love and be loved in return in order to protect all the worlds from grave danger. The problem? He has no idea what love is but he is powerfully attracted to Wren.
Riagen is a bit of a jerk but part of that can be blamed on his upbringing. Wren's struggles with her mother and the emergence of her destiny are captivating. I love how she clings to normal as things get decidedly abnormal. I love how she becomes the hero that saves the day with Riagen providing backup. I rooted for them as a couple by the end. I enjoyed the universe created by the author. I really liked the "dog". ( )
  madlibrarian | Jul 13, 2018 |
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