I received a free copy of this from the author is exchange for an honest review.
This place meant a lot to her. He could see the love she had for this place. He couldn’t deny that, not after everything they had gone through.
Angel-May has spent her life beaten by her father who holds her responsible for her mothers death. Her dreams are the one things that helps her hold on to life, and then her powers finally become awakened and she must learn to control them in order to escape. When she’s rescued, she finds herself inexplicably connected to Zared, the vampire. From there, she travels a dangerous journey in order to protect herself, Zared and her unborn child, Isis.
It’s been a while since I read any paranormal romances, with vampire and shifters etc, and so it was refreshingly nice to be given the opportunity to read this.
Let’s start with the plot. Whilst the teenage-girl-develops-powers-that-are-really-powerful is overdone, I thought Hidden Destiny tackled it very well, I particularly enjoyed the dream time-travel and found it very unique. It was fast-paced and full of action.
One thing I really enjoyed was the characters. I found Angel-May a strong and admirable character, intelligent but her imprisonment for the majority of her life was obvious, and her ability to read and write was explained as well, as this was something that I was worried about. I found Zared reacted very genuinely to finding out about this ‘soul-mate’ bond, and found him a fiercely loyal character. I would have liked maybe some more development of relationship between the two characters, but the time-frame in which the majority of the story takes place is limited. I did enjoy the secondary characters, but perhaps some more development would be nice.
The reason that this did not get 4 stars from me is because there were some punctuation and spelling mistakes.
Overall, a good action packed paranormal romance that I highly suggest you give a read.
RATING: ★★★★☆ (3.9 Didn’t quite make it to four stars but pretty close.)