Review – Saving Her Destiny (The Mythicals #1) by Candice Gilmer

May 28, 2015 Review 0

Review – Saving Her Destiny (The Mythicals #1) by Candice Gilmer

Sometimes the future comes knocking. Sometimes it knocks you into next week.

Fairy-In-Distress team member Duncan Molar’s mission is as simple as it is desperate. Find his missing best friend, banshee Cara Wallace, before an assassin lights the magical fuse that will unlock her scream, wiping out the last merrow colony on earth.

Since the day he rescued her from a fishing net, the near-victim of her very first scream, they’ve been joined at the hip, he helping her with her telepathy, she helping him remember the beautiful side of being a fairy.

When he finds her, the crisis isn’t over, for the unreleased scream could kill her…unless he gets her to a remote location and figures out a way to release it safely. The solution blows them so far apart, Duncan’s back to square one. Doing whatever he has to—including sacrificing his job with the FID—in order to save her.

Because secretly, he’s been in love with her for a decade.

Warning: A determined fairy, a banshee-in-distress, and a djinn that will only make matters worse.

Title: Saving Her Destiny
Author: Candice Gilmer
Series: The Mythicals
Published by Samhain Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: June 2nd 2015
Genres: Fantasy Romance, Paranormal Romance
Pages: 201
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: two-half-flames

Full disclosure – I have NEVER read about banshee or mermaids before, mix some fairies in there and after reading this, I WANT MORE!!!

Cara is a banshee who is also part merrow. An interesting mix that not many on the island of Avalon are aware of. Not even the fairy, Duncan, who finds himself saving Cara at a young age, securing a special place in his heart, just for her. Thankfully fairies don’t age, but Cara did. And when she became 28, her life took a turn that forced Duncan to take action, admitting his feelings once and for all.

This review is difficult to write because there is so much I WANT to say, but feel that it would just give it away and I really don’t want to do that. As a PNR lover, I’d hate it if I knew TOO MUCH about a story. So I’ll leave it at this…

You just can’t go wrong with a mythical place like Avalon where Fairies, Banshee, Mermen, Werewolves, Vampires and even Djinn are around. Let your imagination lose for this one, sit back and enjoy being thrust into your dream world of magic and all that you wish “did” exist.

I HIGHLY recommend this book and will be impatiently waiting for the next one.


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