Sunday, April 1, 2012

Review: Dying Wish by Shannon K. Butcher

Synopsis: Jackie Patton has been rescued by the Theronai from her captivity and torture at the hands of the Synestryn. All she wants is to be left alone, but that isn’t possible -- not when she’s a potential match for the Theronai warriors who need a woman to literally save their lives.
Forced to choose, she unexpectedly selects Iain, a cold-hearted warrior who doesn’t want to be saved. Iain is convinced that it’s too late for him -- that his soul is already as dead as his former betrothed, killed by the Synestryn. Still, he is the only man Jackie feels a measure of peace around, the only one she wants. But is Iain indeed beyond saving? (from the back of the book)

Review: Of the six, this is probably my favorite. Iain's character was easy to connect with, the ending was not what I suspected (but perfect) and several of the secondary stories moved forward in huge ways. Again, I recommend this series if you enjoy good characters, excellent story lines and intriguing world building.

Bookmarks: 7 of 10

Awards: None

Date Finished: 3-30-2012
Pages: 386

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