- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- May 2016
- Book 1 of Mages of the Nether
Action/Adventure Romance, Alternate Universe, Erotic Romance, Fantasy Romance, LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance, Romantic Suspense/Mystery
Aiden Dalrymple, the Medium for his generation, hates the fact he can't practice the Craft normally. He tries again and again to use his family's abilities in the traditional manner, always ending in failure. His parents swear he's destined for greatness, something he highly doubts. What good could summoning creatures of the Nether do?
Daniel Bradford is a Mage, having studied the Craft since he was young. He returns home from college upon being called by his family. His mother, gifted with the Sight, has foreseen a great calamity within the Nether and he is to play a part in bringing balance. Him and one other.
Aiden and Daniel are sent to the Nether to prevent the foreseen disaster. While they're there Daniel must find a way to bring balance to Aiden himself, and make him accept the fact he is the only one that can help them solve this mystery.
Aug 05, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
187 people found the following review helpful
DESTINY'S CALL is the first book in a new series that shows massive potential! Daniel and Aiden are both mages living in the 'normal' world. With a set of rules and regulations that mages are bound by, neither knows what the other one is, although they have admired each other from afar for years. Aiden is the Medium of his generation and everyone tells him it's a gift. However, for his own reasons, he sees it as a curse. Daniel is a prince and heir to the throne. When his mother calls him and his cousins together with a warning, friction and tension abound.
This story is intricately woven, with sexual tension, denial, danger, balance and betrayal within its pages. I loved how Daniel and Aiden helped each other; they definitely balance each other out.
Well-written, with a smooth pace and interesting characters, this is an excellent start to the series and I can't wait to read more. Highly recommended.
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