The Sword by Jean Johnson
Date Read: January 2009
Genre: PNR, Romance
The first novel of the Sons of Destiny...a romantic tale of magic, superstition, and a love that transcends dimensions.
Eight brothers, born in four sets of twins, two years apart to the day-they fulfill the Curse of Eight Prophecy. To avoid tempting their destiny, the brothers are exiled to Nightfall Island, a land where women are strictly forbidden. But, when the youngest of the mage-brothers rescues a woman from another universe, their world is altered forever.
Kelly Doyle had wanted to get away from the world. Threatened, attacked, and accused of witchcraft, Kelly had enough of her narrow-minded small town. And now she has somehow landed in another, magical dimension-the only woman in a realm inhabited by eight men who are desperately in need of a woman's touch.
Series: Sons of Destiny #1
Also by this author: The Wolf, The Master br> br>
Also in this series: The Wolf, The Master
Read for Fun (Kindle)
Overall Rating: 3.50
I am quickly falling in love with the Sons of Destiny. The Sword did an excellent job of setting up the series. It introduced the main characters, made me laugh, made me want to see what happened in their lives. Plus, it is a romance novel. The two main characters were both strong, independent, and stubborn. What all good girly books are made of 🙂
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