Book Review Destiny’s Mark by K.H. LeMoyne

January 18, 2013 at 12:09 am 4 comments

5.5"X8.5" Post Card TemplateTitle: Destiny’s Mark (Guardians of Eden #3)

Author: K.H. LeMoyne

Genre: Adult Urban Fantasy / Paranormal Romance

Purchase: Amazon or Smashwords

The only difference between fate and destiny is choice.

Tsu Halan, Guardian defense master, has honed his skills and waited patiently over the centuries for the covenant’s promise of a mate to share his soul and a family to cherish. Close enough to taste fulfillment, the dark echoes of the past threaten with danger and death.

Jai Dashkov harbors her own painful secrets of harsh betrayal and tender loss. Her desperate search to reclaim her life doesn’t allow room in her heart to deviate for love.

Together they are stronger than apart, but the promise of the covenant is a perpetual test. One that Tsu and Jai must conquer in time or suffer an eternity for their failure.

A race of beings created in a Sanctum at the far edge of Eden. Co-existing with mankind, they safeguarded human souls and the promise of eternity—until a virus killed all over the age of eighteen. The surviving children fled to the Sanctum for protection, children raising children without the full legacy of their history and knowledge. Two hundred years of solitude have produced a race of semi-immortals fortified with powers and intellect but lacking the mates who will make them whole and allow them to fulfill their covenant with mankind.

Jai finds to find her daughter back. While she was a teenager, she got pregnant, and her Dad sold the child. Now she’s desperately searching for her lost daughter, and willing to risk all her savings to find her back. But that’s harder than it looks, and when the money she was going to use to hire a private investigator is stolen, Jai is at the end of her wits. But knight in shining armor, Guardian Tsu, steps up to help her. Because the moment he sees Jai is when he knows she’s his soulmate, the woman he’s been searching for since his birth, centuries ago. He would do anything for her. But since Jai knows nothing about Guardians, he has trouble making her believe him.

Even though Jai’s more occupied with finding her daughter at first, she slowly begins to develop feelings for Tsu as well. I liked their relationship and how it developed, and I liked Tsu. Seriously. He was one of the most amazing male love interests I’ve ever seen, mostly because he was completely different from the usual suspects. He’s caring and considerate, willing to listen to Jai when she makes her mind up about something, and not going behind her back and playing the hero. That’s what’s so freaking great about him.

Also, the Guardian lore is just pure gold. And I absolutely freaking loved Quan, Tsu’s sister. She has flaws. A lot of them. And that’s what made me like her – she’s flawed, she makes mistakes, and she owes up to them. I wouldn’t mind reading a book with her as main character either.

Apart from that, the romance was amazing. Like I said, Jai and Tsu just click. They’re a great couple, and on their own, they’re great characters as well. I would call this urban fantasy with a heavy dose of romance, at its best.

Credit: Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Tours for a review during a book tour.


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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Christine Dawson  |  January 18, 2013 at 4:54 pm

    This was a great review. Thanks for sharing!

  • 2. Rita Wray  |  January 18, 2013 at 5:31 pm

    Sounds like a great read.


  • 3. KH LeMoyne  |  January 18, 2013 at 8:47 pm

    Thank you for taking the time to read and review Destiny’s Mark.

  • 4. bn100  |  January 19, 2013 at 3:44 am

    Very nice review about the characters.



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