Scion's Destiny

Traci Douglass
Scion's Destiny
Click the button for the HTML codes

SpinTale Publishing
Release Date
May 2018
Book 1 of Seven Seals Series
Paranormal Romance

Love Conquers All, but can it save the world?

After centuries of lonely, faithful service in the heavenly realms, Kagan is tired of watching the world go by from the sidelines. He longs for an earthly mission, to break free and feel the wind on his face, but he cannot leave his eternal Scion duty—to guard the mortal host of the first Seal of the Apocalypse. But when he senses a new call, he seizes his chance for freedom, only to discover the summons came from the very woman he's sworn to protect, a woman who awakens in him the long-dormant, darkest desires of his heart.

Mira Herald is shocked when a gorgeous, buff Adonis shows up at the bar where she works in Chicago, claiming to be a legendary, immortal Scion sent to protect her and carry out the vengeance she craves against her cheating ex. But when the attraction to her handsome guardian grows too strong to resist, and her ex turns out to be far more dangerous than she ever expected, can Mira believe in Kagan and what they have together, no matter the cost?

***This book contains characters originally featured in the book Seal of Destiny, which is no longer available. The story has been completely updated, edited, and reimagined for 2018, though some of the basic elements are the same.***

Book Review by Merissa (reviewer)
May 03, 2018   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
80 people found the following review helpful
SCION'S DESTINY is the first book in the Seven Seals series. In this one, we meet Kagan, who has looked after the host of the First Seal for eons. The trouble is, not only does he concern himself over the current host, but he is also getting bored and wants to visit earth. A summons comes, and he arrives on earth, only to find out it wasn't Divinity who summoned him, but the host.

This is a nice, relaxing read, with no particular angst and an easy enough plot to follow. Although this story focuses on Kagan, his other brothers are mentioned. With plenty of brothers - and hosts - I can't wait to see where this series will go next. There were no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow, and the pacing was perfect for the story.

For a quick, laid-back, paranormal romance, then I can definitely recommend this one.
Was this review helpful to you?   


Follow The Romance Reviews
Send us an email: carole @
Ⓒ 2010 - 2021 The Romance Reviews. All rights reserved.
October 20, 2021 02:48 AM ( EST )