Saturday, December 27, 2014

Destiny Defied by J.A. Marx Book Review

J.A. Marx
J.A. loves writing embattled spirit novels — adventure and suspense with supernatural undertones. On the side, she dabbles in non-fiction articles and e-zine editing. J.A. owes many thanks Jerry Jenkins and the Christian Writer’s Guild for their support and education.
About the Book
Destiny Defied Destiny Defied | Book One in The Destiny series.
A dramatic shipwreck emancipates Riki Hammad, but the island where she finds refuge is compromised. Unless she finds a power truly great enough to defeat her dark past, she will choose death over returning to captivity. Lord Vétis, high priest of a cultic underground, will stop at nothing to reclaim their chosen one. Using black magic, he manipulates Riki and her four self-assigned bodyguards, triggering a battle that consumes the entire island. The underground will never allow Riki to live out her dreams of a normal life…something she has never known.
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My review;
The only reason that Riki Hammond is free is because she was able to survive a shipwreck. This is Book one of "The Destiny Series". She would rather be dead than be a captive again. Anyone who likes a book that has suspense as well as magic in the novel will enjoy this book. I really liked the storyline and I liked the main character, Riki. Why can't she be away from all of this? All she wants to be is like everyone else. I give this book a 4/5. I was given this boo by Litfuse Publicity Group and all opinions are my own.

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