Born Into Destiny (Forsaken Sinners MC #2.5) by Shelly Morgan (Review by Stephanie – #NerdGirlLuna)


Title: Born Into Destiny (Forsaken Sinners MC #2.5) 

Author: Shelly Morgan

Published Date: August 15, 2015

Genre: Romance


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An uncertain future is all Dani DeChenne ever expected—and she was right.

A woman usually has a sixth sense about being pregnant. But a tattoo artist who never intended on being a mother—not so much. Instead, she passes out at the gym, and her boyfriend, Zane Hendricks, is the first to find out while she is still unconscious.

To say Zane is over the moon would be an understatement. But Dani’s lonely childhood with an absent mother makes her afraid of becoming a parent herself. What if she sucks at it and her child ends up hating her?

With every fear, there’s hope for a brighter future.

Once Dani gets over the shock, her heart is set on the family she and Zane will build together. But the bliss is short-lived as her pregnancy progresses and Zane’s duties keep him away. Depression sets in, and Dani feels more alone than ever.

It isn’t until an old high school friend drifts into town that Dani has someone to talk to. Jax Reynolds is there on business, looking for a permanent job in security. When Zane catches wind of some guy hanging around his pregnant girlfriend, hospitality flies out the window. But by some miracle, the three become good friends, and Dani finally has the stability she always wanted.

Or so she thought.

When tragedy strikes, every second makes the difference between a bright future or a disastrous fate. And beyond the immediate danger threatening to ruin Dani and Zane’s lives, an even more treacherous secret might be the one thing that can destroy it all forever.

Tagline: Destiny isn’t made, it’s born.


***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Stephanie – #NerdGirlLuna’s  Review***
“Born Into Destiny.” Was a glimpse into Dani and Blaze’s struggle about being parents. While I was happy to get a glimpse into Dani’s pregnancy, this wasn’t my favorite book. I feel like we got more of the hormonal fights between Dani and Blaze than her struggles with becoming a mom. The one real fear I got was when she realized she wasn’t paying attention to her son as she should be.
I felt like the book worked more on external dramas rather than the struggle Dani was facing at becoming a mother. Having lost her mother and not feeling sure she could be an actual mother to her children. But, I was glad to see her and Blaze patch their relationship up and to see how much closer the children brought them. We even get to see the twins celebrate their 1st birthday.
My only other thought would be the excessive use of the word “fuck”. For a novella it was used a lot and I felt like it made the storyline stutter. It was very distracting for me, but that could just be a pet peeve of mine.


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