Title: Destiny’s Way (Destiny’s Series Book 3)
Author: Victoria Saccenti
Published Date: July 28th 2017
Genre: Historical Romance
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Destiny can show the way home…if it can navigate the shadows of Fate.
Brian McKay’s love for Marité Muro burns with the heat of an eternal flame. But when he catches her cousin, Michael, forcing an unwanted kiss upon her, Brian’s jealousy comes dangerously close to flaring out of control.
In a moment of despair, he packs his bags and boards a plane for Round Rock, convinced Marité will be better off with anyone else. Someone younger. Someone who isn’t dragging around a crippling load of baggage—and PTSD-fueled demons.
Anger tears at Marité’s heart as she flees to her Abuela’s home. Anger at Brian for abandoning her so easily. At Michael for trying to reignite their past infatuation. Mostly, anger at herself for realizing too late that it’s past time to grow up, take responsibility for her own part in the debacle, and fight for the only man she’ll ever love.
But Fate has a few more tricks to play before Brian and Marité find the strength to reconcile. Some that haunt Brian’s war-torn mind. Another threatening from Michael’s dangerous ambitions. And one tiny, fragile miracle growing under Marité’s heart, with the power to heal their past and seal their future. If it lives long enough to draw its first breath…
In this installment of the series we continue with the main focal point. Destiny!! Two souls who are destined to be together despite the hardships, pain, trials and tribulations they must endure. This entire series is a true testament to true love. It will turn all you skeptics into believers by the time you finish the book. This I promise you!
The story centers around so many different elements, but the author ties them all together perfectly to tell yet another vivid and tremendous story. We touch base with so much in this book. From Marite’s personal struggles. To Micheal’s breakdown and dark journey within. Even Brian’s own dark personal struggle and of course the epic love revival of Brian and Marite!! Yay!! (I say as I am jumping up and down like a giddy school girl!)
I absolutely love how Victoria touches base on so many underlined issues in today’s society. PTSD, Drugs, personal growth, jealousy, dysfunctional family dynamics as well as the dynamics of a normal every day relationship. No matter the scenario one thing stands true…. True love can conquer all!!
The one thing I HAVE to praise about this entire series (not just this book) is the writing itself. Not only does Victoria have a unique and simplistic writing style, but it’s also honest and complex. She has a way about her writing where she can beautifully articulate each detail and make each era she is writing about come alive. As if you were watching a movie instead of reading a book.
Not many authors can comprehend let alone portray that immensely fulfilling type of writing. She may leave you wanting more story, but she NEVER leaves you wondering what she’s talking about. So many authors get caught up in the descriptive words that they loose sight of the entire scene they are trying to portray. NOT Victoria!!!
Over all.. if you haven’t read this book or any of the others in the series then shame on you! You are missing out on so much and my heart weeps for you!! I HIGHLY recommend this book. THE ENTIRE SERIES INFACT!! Again Victoria…. 10 STARS AND BRAVO!
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