Sunday, July 12, 2015

Glimpses Of Destiny By B. Pine Book Review


The wards are children no longer...

The Academy wards are now full-grown and powerful, but have yet to complete school. And although they have proven themselves more than worthy of their destinies, friendships are now put to the test. Rohen and Jamu's rivalry reaches a critical peak, and Galen is drawn into their conflict. Academy politics drives a wedge between Ben and Jania. Megan's feelings for Yar begin to waver as her heart strays. A spurned love exacts deadly revenge while a secret crush threatens to grow dangerously out of hand. And as the young humans question their relationships and self-identifies, the Draca continue their deadly schemes to woo the wards they can control, and destroy the ones they can't.

The Draca Wards face difficult and sometimes heartbreaking choices during the next few months. And as Rohen and Jamu approach graduation and their time at Espies comes to an end, the wards begin to realize that their adventurous lives are only just beginning.


The book, Glimpses of Destiny written by B. Pine is the fourth series in The Draca Wards Saga. I haven't read the first three books in this saga so I was quite lost on the first two chapters of the book. After that, I began accustomed and familiar to the characters of the book and I can say that I caught on to what the book is about.

The book, Glimpses of Destiny, is a must read for those who love dragons, supernatural and paranormal beings. This book led me to a world of magic, friendship, trust, adventure, love and betrayal. Each character on this book has a different personality and I love the budding romance between Jamu and Galen.

This is a nice read and although I only saw the formation of a stronger bond and friendship between Galen and Rohen, I kind of felt that there was something special in their relationship which I can't wait to see on the next book in this series.

You can purchase the book, Glimpses of Destiny by B. Pine HERE.

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