Monday, May 13, 2013

Book Review: Destiny's Shadow

                                                      Today's review is on Destiny's Shadow by Ann Gimpel

Trying to keep up with the number of books Gimpel has out there is a hard job, but someone's got to do it. This prolific author can weave a tale; short or long, that makes you wish you were there with her characters. Specifically the male characters. I think I too, along with the female characters, have fallen in love with most, if not all of them.

Moira and Tim have known each other since they were children and had even become a romantic couple. But their romance only went as far as kissing and Moira wants a little bit more. Tim however, is bound to his Druid heritage to remain celibate until marriage but he cannot tell her that. He is sworn to secrecy. And when he chooses the order over her, she ends their relationship.

Later she marries an Native American shaman, but when she comes home and finds him having sex with another woman she files for divorce and throws herself into her work as a U.S. Park Service Ranger.

Everyone has a destiny and that's no different for Moira and Tim who are given the chance to try again.

3.5 of 5 stars
Available at Amazon

Book Description: via Amazon

Fleeing from her cheating husband, Moira Shaughnessy stumbles across a man she never wanted to see again. A brutal storm and deadly magic open her eyes to the power of the love between them.

A ranger for the U.S. Park Service, strong, competent Moira Shaughnessy is in serious trouble. Fleeing from her cheating husband, a Native American shaman, she stumbles into the arms of a man she never thought she’d see again. He hurt her once by choosing his druid heritage over her. Can she take a chance on him now?

Pursuing very different motives, both men follow her deep into the backcountry. Moira is caught in the crossfire between Celtic magic and Native American shamanism. A freak blizzard compounds her problems, taxing her survival skills to the max. Against the specter of almost-certain death, the sweetest, purest love she’s ever known rises to the fore, engulfing her in unbelievable passion.


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