Highland Destiny (Highland Destiny #4) By Laura E. Harner
Highland Destiny: A tale of betrayal, murder, and magick spanning two continents and hundreds of years.
Although Professor Andi Cunningham knows Druidry and magick are real, her dream to recreate a twelfth century Scottish castle is destroyed when the Druid who claimed her heart wards her from the land. Now Andi’s deeply hidden Druid powers have been awakened by her new husband, Liam—Ian’s descendant and the son of the Master of the Bresal Etarlam, who wants her untapped power as his own.
Ian Worthington, the ancient warrior displaced by time, knows sacrifices must be made for the good of the order, including his own heart. However, as prophesies are revealed, he discovers sending Andi away for her protection may prove too costly for them all. When Ian convinces her to return to finish her work on the castle, both sides in the Druid conflict are pleased.
With both Ian and Liam keeping secrets, Andi must uncover the darkest secrets of her Druid heritage and the connection to the past, before the upcoming battle destroys the balance of power forever. All that’s at stake is the fate of the world.
Review by Paulina Woods
WOW!!! This is the series that broke me for a while. I had no idea where it was headed or when I could catch my breath. This was a perfect ending to a story line but I know that there is so much more around the corner.
This was the story of all for all. Each couple had a chance to tell their story. Babies were born and magic was mixed and some very powerful connections were made. I finally understood why some couples had to come together and others had to leave.
I loved how the couples not only connected on a physical level but a magical one took. Masters were created, Masters were taken and through it all good pulled a new member and took down an old enemy.
Sometimes I didn’t know who’s side some of the characters were on and other times I didn’t really care. The finally showdown was nothing short of spectacular and in no way was I let down.
This was an emotional rollercoaster I would willingly ride again.