Have you ever heard of the old Celtic legends of the Fae - beautiful, magical, deadly and a love of messing with humans just for kicks and giggles?
Welcome to my world.
What started out as a strange assignment, leads to one of the most gruesome murder mysteries of our times and my friends and I are set and determined to find out who is killing off Fae and Witches alike.
Couple of problems in the way – I hate the Fae and the Prince of the Dark Fae is bound and determined that I work for him. He’s a rude, overbearing egotistical ass with a compulsive need to possess, dominate and control me. Oh – did I mention that he is absolutely sex-on-a-stick gorgeous and he makes me feel things that I never ever wanted to feel for a Fae…every time he touches me or looks at me with those golden eyes seems to pull me further in under his spell, despite my better judgment.
My friends and I can’t trust anyone and nothing is as it seems on the surface – not even me.
Adult-content rating: This book contains content considered unsuitable for young readers 17 and under, and which may be offensive to some readers of all ages.
Fighting Destiny is about Syn going into a job she thinks is a suicide mission. But she doesn't have much choice since she's doing work to help humans against the Fae. But when it turns out this job wasn't at all what she thought, and now she's required to work for the Dark Fae prince before he gets married.
ll the while trying to fight a major attraction to the Dark Prince, and finding out that everything she's know all of her life may not be what it seems at all.
I liked this book. I thought it was good, but there was just something about it that bugged me. What I really liked about it where the characters. I loved every one of the character's personality. And I loved the fact that I was never really sure if I liked or hated the Prince. And it was totally awesome to learn things about Syn as she learned them too.
But the things I didn't like where it felt like it took a while for things to be explained. Or if they actually were explained they didn't make a whole lot of sense to me. Through out the book it got easier to understand things, but right through the first half pretty much I was getting confused about things. So I am wanting to read the next one in this series...