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To maintain the fragile balance between my Fae magic and my wolf's blood in a realm that cries to both Not easy particularly when I'm keeping an iron grip on my temper so as not to dispatch with extreme prejudice the odd wizard or smart mouthed mutt servant who crosses my path My mama never told me there'd be days like these but I'm not going down without a fightor my mate. Great read Review coming soon ARC Advanced Review Copy received from St Martin's Press via NetGalley

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WHY WHISTLE IN THE DARKThere are very few days off when you're on an epic uest Believe me I know I'm Hedi Peacock one half Fae the other were and if being a half breed with one foot in each world isn't tough enough to manage there are the four chambers of my heart to consider The one who holds the strings Robson Trowbridge the Alpha of Cree If I had my way he and I would b. Mon avis en FrançaisMy English reviewI did not know that this was the last volume of the series before reading it and I admit that I am a little sad to leave behind the characters I’ve learned to discover and to love But much to say right now I think this was my favorite volume I enjoyed all the novels in the series but it’s true that for the others that it took me a few chapters to really get into the stories Here surprisingly this has not been the case and I was carried away by the adventures of this couple from the first chapter It must be said that both characters have plenty to doAs I said we find our two heroes in Merenwyn facing many new events Yes because one thing is certain they do not have the time to get bored Even if they are together in this new world that Hedi is discovering they will soon be separated and our heroine will find herself left alone We discover with her how the fae and the werewolves live together in a rather difficult way it must be said but we also learn a little about the Magi and of course her twin brother New characters appear who will attend our heroine in her mission and that we learn to discover aboutGone to achieve a specific event our couple will end in a story that transcends them completely Many things are added and Trowbridge is determined to do the best to help the werewolves he had left behind him to find his mate Hedi has evolved a lot over the novels she knows that she is not a savior she does not want to be one which is uite nice to see She only wants to save her twin brother and to return uietly home with the man she loves Unfortunately nothing is easy It is perfectly clear that they love each other deeply but the previous novels have changed them and it’s true that nothing is as easy as it was before They must learn to know each other to progressIn all cases this novel was a very good conclusion a very good story and I was glad to have the chance to follow our hero until the end to see how it was resolved

Leigh Evans ô 4 review

E locked in a bedroom for eternity but a pressing family matter needs my attention It's true what they say A woman's work is never doneWHEN YOU CAN HOWL AT THE MOONMy twin brother is being held captive by the Old Mage in another realm Lo and behold as soon as Trowbridge and I arrive in Merenwyn we're separated in spectacular dramatic fashion and I'm left to figure out how. THE DANGER OF DESTINY is by far and above my favorite of the Mystwalker books We FINALLY get to see our hero and heroine work together instead of apart and Heidi accepts all parts of her and owns who and what she was born as It was extremely refreshing to see after the previous three books had her unsure of herself and her place in the world While this story picks up kind of just hours after the previous story left off there is still enough back story sprinkled in so I wasn't totally lost But if you are one of those people who likes to wait until a series has a conclusion there isn't SO MUCH back story sprinkled in that it gets old These would be great books to binge on DESTINY takes place mostly in the Fae realm and is the only book to do so Not only are there new challenges they speak another language but there are newold enemies and a totally unfamiliar terrain and culture as well Heidi up until now just cannot catch a break other than snagging Trowbridge as her mate And it really is a good thing too he makes a fantastic and sexy guide through the forestI don't want to say too much because this is the best series you have never heard of and while this is a review for the last book in it I don't want to give away any from the previous books Give it a shot and let me know what you think The Water's Edge true what The Road Home they say A woman's work is never doneWHEN YOU CAN HOWL AT THE MOONMy The Road Home twin brother is being held captive by The New High Protein Healthy Fast Food Diet the Old Mage in another realm Lo and behold as soon as Trowbridge and I arrive in Merenwyn we're separated in spectacular dramatic fashion and I'm left Everyday Sports Injuries to figure out how. THE DANGER OF DESTINY is by far and above my favorite of The Baby Doctor the Mystwalker books We FINALLY get Zafarnama to see our hero and heroine work Ghalib: The Man, The Times together instead of apart and Heidi accepts all parts of her and owns who and what she was born as It was extremely refreshing All You Who Sleep Tonight: Poems to see after Bombay Stories the previous कुछ अटके, कुछ भटके three books had her unsure of herself and her place in Pickpocket the world While Testemunha Mortal this story picks up kind of just hours after Conspiracy in Death the previous story left off The Immortal Throne there is still enough back story sprinkled in so I wasn't Just Because I Made Love to You Doesn't Mean I Love You totally lost But if you are one of Arion and the Dolphin those people who likes Arion & The Dolphin: A Libretto to wait until a series has a conclusion Vanishing Acts: New and Selected Poems, 1985-2005 there isn't SO MUCH back story sprinkled in For the Love of India: The Life and Times of Jamsetji Tata that it gets old These would be great books Goa: A Daughter's Story to binge on DESTINY The Tea Gardens takes place mostly in City Improbable: Writings on Delhi the Fae realm and is Unbound: Indian Women @ Work the only book Beyond The Last Blue Mountain: A Life Of J. R. D. Tata to do so Not only are India Through the Lens: Photography 1840-1911 there new challenges Vishwamitra they speak another language but On Wings of Butterflies there are newold enemies and a ফেলুদা সমগ্র ২ totally unfamiliar Style Your Perfect Wedding terrain and culture as well Heidi up until now just cannot catch a break other Half a Rupee Stories than snagging Trowbridge as her mate And it really is a good Playing Hardball thing Havens Knight too he makes a fantastic and sexy guide Haven's Knight through The Darkest Evening of the Year the forestI don't want Flying by Night: Book 1 of the Coven of the Jeweled Dragon to say The Spy Who Loved Me too much because Errar é Divino this is Harry Clarke With Bonus Performance: Lillian the best series you have never heard of and while Emerging India: Economics, Politics and Reforms this is a review for Nine Questions For A Princess the last book in it I don't want Living the Secular Life: New Answers to Old Questions to give away any from One Part Woman the previous books Give it a shot and let me know what you One Part Woman think


10 thoughts on “The Danger of Destiny

  1. says:

    34 stars The first book was like crack for me I couldn't red it fast enough the second slowed down but still sizzled I skipped the third This one It seemed to take forever for this to get going for this reader It was slow to me there was a lot of talking and rehashing of events past I enjoyed it but didn't love itThe story takes us along with Trowbridge and Hedi to Fae They must save her twin his pack and others who will be destroyed in the Old Mage wins his battle We get to see them work together well kind of They spend much of their time apart her uestioning their relationship him being set in Alpha mode His life there her insecurities and their future all come to light while they are trying to survive some serious danger Her me first attitude has got to changeHedi was forced to face herself her ugly parts her true heart and with that everything changed Her twin tested and warped tell lies than truth Her doubts her lack of faith and her insecurities in herself eat at her soulThe Amulets Ralph the staggering royal pain is still going strong Merry is fierce in her weird shabby way she is Hedi's best friend in many ways Is there a chance for them to be free ?The old mage who never seems to go away has stepped up his demands He wants it all and he does not care about life love or family This old guy was tweaking my last nerveOne funny part was when heed called Trowbridge Balto the wonder dog I


  2. says:

    Mon avis en FrançaisMy English reviewI did not know that this was the last volume of the series before reading it and I admit that I am a little sad to leave behind the characters I’ve learned to discover and to love But much to say right now I think this was my favorite volume I enjoyed all the novels in the series but it’s true that for the others that it took me a few chapters to really get into the stories Here surprisingly this has not been the case and I was carried away by the adventures of this couple from the first chapter It must be said that both characters have plenty to doAs I said we find our two heroes in Merenwyn facing many new events Yes because one thing is certain they do not have the time to get bored Even if they are together in this new world that Hedi is discovering they will soon be separated and our heroine will find herself left alone We discover with her how the fae and the werewolves live together in a rather difficult way it must be said but we also learn a little about the Magi and of course her twin brother New characters appear who will attend our heroine in her mission and that we learn to discover aboutGone to achieve a specific event our couple will end in a story that transcends them completely Many things are added and Trowbridge is determined to do the best to help the werewolves he had left behind him to find his mate Hedi has evolved a lot over the novels she knows that she is not a savior she does not want to be one which is uite nice to see She only wants to save her twin brother and to return uietly home with the man she loves Unfortunately nothing is easy It is perfectly clear that they love each other deeply but the previous novels have changed them and it’s true that nothing is as easy as it was before They must learn to know each other to progressIn all cases this novel was a very good conclusion a very good story and I was glad to have the chance to follow our hero until the end to see how it was resolved


  3. says:

    Finally all of Hedi's strongest parts merge There was still a lot of time spent in her wildly imaginative head but her character grew by leaps and bounds Hedi's relationship with Trowbridge is strong Finally Hedi behaves as a leader should Also her long and arduous journey to save her twin brother ends The Mystwalker series had its bumps yet it did arrive to a gratifying end for Hedi and her Trowbridge Full review to come ARC compliments of St Martin's Press


  4. says:

    THE DANGER OF DESTINY is by far and above my favorite of the Mystwalker books We FINALLY get to see our hero and heroine work together instead of apart and Heidi accepts all parts of her and owns who and what she was born as It was extremely refreshing to see after the previous three books had her unsure of herself and her place in the world While this story picks up kind of just hours after the previous story left off there is still enough back story sprinkled in so I wasn't totally lost But if you are one of those people who likes to wait until a series has a conclusion there isn't SO MUCH back story sprinkled in that it gets old These would be great books to binge on DESTINY takes place mostly in the Fae realm and is the only book to do so Not only are there new challenges they speak another language but there are newold enemies and a totally unfamiliar terrain and culture as well Heidi up until now just cannot catch a break other than snagging Trowbridge as her mate And it really is a good thing too he makes a fantastic and sexy guide through the forestI don't want to say too much because this is the best series you have never heard of and while this is a review for the last book in it I don't want to give away any from the previous books Give it a shot and let me know what you think


  5. says:

    Brilliant awesome finale to the wonderful Hedi and Trowbridge's story So GOOD


  6. says:

    35 StarsHedi jumps through a portal to the fae land Merenwyn Behind her comes the love of her life Trowbridge Hedi has made a pact with the Old Mage who controls her brother Lexi to free him once and for all She must meet up with her brother but that is a uest within itself complete with fae hunter sparkle clouds and trapsThis is the fourth novel in Evans’ Mystwalker series and also the final book The majority of it takes place in Merenwyn where Hedi must face her wolf and prove herself against foe after foe Once Hedi and Trowbridge land in Merenwyn it isn’t long until they are chased After witnessing a slaughter of the Merenwyn were wolves at the hands of the fae they’re forced to high tail it Unfortunately the evil sparkle cloud that hunts weres pick up on Trowbridge’s scent This first part of the novel was slow paced for me and the slaughter didn’t have the gut punch I expected It’s sad don’t get me wrong but I felt too much at a distance from the horror of it The evil sparkle cloud force Hedi and Trowbridge to split up and a full moon is on the horizon Hedi turns into her wolf before she can make it to the spot she’s supposed to meet her twin brother Lexi As it happens this euals danger of the worst kind In a series of unfortunate or fortunate events depending on how you look at it a guardian fae along with a servant who is half fae and half were meet up with Hedi The story picked up its pace for me with the inclusion of these characters and the danger Hedi soon faces There is a pretty awesome fight scene in the midst of these events that had me turning pages The strength Hedi showed was enough to compel the pages to keep flipping until our destination was at hand This is the point where the novel slowed down again There are a lot of important conversations that but all I wanted was epic battles centering Hedi The ending which I will not soil was a fun ride that heavily involves the amulets Merry and Ralph Looking back on the series I was impressed by it It has funny and jaw dropping moments The only thing that didn’t work for me in the series overall was Hedi’s attitude towards any woman who got near Trowbridge I feel like we see too much jealousy out of heroines and I feel as if it’s always directed at other women Hedi is the perfect example of this I enjoyed much than I disliked The story is both gritty and funny and humor in novels doesn’t always work for this reader Each novel was an easy and pretty uick read I look forward to what Evans has up next Elizabeth


  7. says:

    Great read Review coming soon ARC Advanced Review Copy received from St Martin's Press via NetGalley


  8. says:

    The Danger of Destiny is the fourth title in Ms Evan’s uniue and exciting Mystwalker series The story wraps up Hedi Peacock’s journey from a small time thief and barista to a powerful woman and mate of Robison Trowbridge the Alpha wolf of Cree The book opens immediately after the conclusion of the previous book and cannot be read as a stand alone title Although I needed to jog my memory a few times trying to recall prior events the author does a good job of working in the necessary details so I wasn’t lost and could enjoy the bookHedi Peacock and Robson Trowbridge are in Merenwyn land of the Fae Although they were forced through the portal by some unsavory Weres the couple needed to go in order to save Hedi’s twin Lexi who is bonded to the old Mage Hedi sets forth on her epic uest to rescue her brother and defeat the Black Mage while Robson also hopes to free the Raha’ells an enslaved group of Weres trapped in Merenwyn Although this seems a bit confusing the story unfolds fairly straight forward and remains gripping throughout the bookAfter witnessing Hedi’s character mature in the previous book I was grateful that she remained strong willed and smart while continuing on her journey and developing even But she retains so much of what makes her Hedi her humor and wit remain light and silly She’s perceptive and knows when to be serious or when to lighten the mood yet sometimes things just seem to pass her by She is faithful to those she loves keeping her focused on those around her and even causing her to make a few tough decisions Hedi finally comes to terms with her entire heritage both the wolf and the fae dealing with both spirits to give her strength and courage and a few surprises along the way The only negative thing I have to say is that she wields her fae magic around as if there were no repercussions something that definitely could not and would not have happened in earlier books No explanation was given for her increased ability and I felt it was a little to convenient at timesSince the story is told in the first person point of view of Hedi we see everything as she perceives it and this changed how I felt about both Robson and her brother Lexi as Hedi matured and developed a deeper view of her own world I loved how the author made Lexi so morally ambiguous It kept Hedi and this reader constantly wondering if he was worth redeeming and even if it was possible In addition we see a harder side to Robson as he faces old enemies and takes on his full alpha responsibilities Since this is the final book in the series unless I can convince the author are needed several outstanding issues are tied up to include Robson and Hedi’s romance what becomes of Mad one and whether or not Robson and Hedi can save the Raha’ells just to name a few As the series began it also concludes with an imperfect heroine doing her best She’s come a long way yet I feel her journey is far from over; however Ms Evan’s has ended the series in a good place There are still several subplots that could be explored and I for one would welcome additional storiesIn the end I really enjoyed the Mystwalker series and The Danger of Destiny is an excellent conclusion I found the book to be much straight forward than earlier titles and I could clearly see the path of the story while Hedi’s thought process didn’t seem to skip any steps which had been a small issue with previous books Even when the author tossed in exciting complications and engrossing twists I felt it was explained in context so that I was easily able to follow along I enjoyed Hedi’s journey and I am completely satisfied with where she finds herself by the end of the book I also appreciate that not everything is perfect and uestions still linger with respect to subplots and supporting characters If you haven’t started this series I strongly encourage you to go back to the beginning and discover The Trouble with FateMy Rating A Enjoyed A LotReview copy provided by authorOriginally posted at That's What I'm Talking About


  9. says:

    A gifted copy was provided by NetGalley for an honest reviewThis is book 4 in the Mystwalker series In this book we FINALLY get to see Hedi and Robson working together instead of apart I enjoyed getting to see them as a unit instead of them being apart Now saying that they aren’t fully together the whole book sad faceIn this book Heidi’s twin brother is being held captive by the old mage in another realm As soon as they arrive in that realm they are separated BUT they work together Finally Heidi accepts all parts of her and owns who and what she was born asDESTINY takes place mostly in the FAE realm and is the only book to do so Not only are there new challenges they speak a whole “nother” language but there are newold enemies and a totally different completely unfamiliar land and culture as well Just to mention this story picks up about hours after the previous story left off the author provides just enough back story dusted in so as the reader I wasn’t having to go back and re read But if you are one of those people who have to wait until a series has a conclusion to go back and read there isn't SO MUCH back story sprinkled in that it gets oldHeidi and Robson still have that chemistry that make reading this story wonderful and the fact you know they are mates makes this even better I just wish that they could spend the WHOLE book together without being separated I would have given this a 5 star rating if they hadn’t kept separating them Overall still a very good paranormalfantasy read and I will still continue to read the series My rating 40 stars


  10. says:

    Thaks St Martin's Press and netgalley for arcI'm new to this series or I would have given it a 5 I was a little lost at first but the book was such a good paranormal fairyfighting urban fantasy that I'm going to check out the first 3 books now


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