Monday, March 17, 2014

Destiny by Deanna Chase

Defining Destiny by Deanna Chase
Destiny # 1

Defining Destiny is the first installment in the new Destiny series by Deanna Chase.  The series opener is a great start to this new adult romantic series.

Defining Destiny is set in alternate POV’s between the main characters Lucy and Seth.  Both of the lead characters have a jaded past and flaws that is hard to overcome.

Ok folk, I got caught up in this series.  I couldn’t get enough.  The plot was dramatic, romantic, and emotional.  The characters were flawed, just the way I like them.  This romance is not all love at first sight and tied up in a perfect bow.  The characters go through trials and strife to get where they want to be.  I loved reading this book and can’t wait to see where this series takes us.

The only thing that I can honestly say got on my nerves A LOT was the mentioning of soul mates.  To me it was highly overused and started to become a distraction.  Even mentioning that the ex was a soul mate caught me off guard.  I thought that soul mates were the one person you can’t live without; not the ex you are moving forward from.   


When destiny fails...

Singer-songwriter Lucy Moore thought her life was perfect. At just twenty-one, she's already met her soul mate and together they've landed a recording contract. But when her father dies and the love of her life betrays her in more ways than one, she returns home to pick up the pieces. On the shores of Mendocino, California, Lucy has some decisions to make. Should she start a solo career? Or should she leave it all behind for some semblance of normalcy in the quiet town she grew up in? And what about Seth, the tortured artist who always seems to be there when she needs him?

Seth Keenan has demons of his own. Eighteen months ago, he was involved in a horrific accident that he never talks about. His career as an accomplished oil-paint artist has been abandoned, replaced by the buzz of his tattoo gun. And women--well, he never sticks around for longer than a few hours of pleasure... until he meets Lucy. After one evening of listening to her seductive voice, he's pulled under. But what about the vow he made to never get close to anyone again?

In a world where everyone has one true soul mate, can these two find love in the arms of each other?



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