Reader Review: Oh the angst - does Rydan fall for Trevan's wife-to-be? What secret does Rora hide? Why doesn't she like to be touched, just like Rydan? Love story full of woes and anxiety - quite different from the gung-ho style of most of the previous books. Very good.
Sixth in the Sons of Destiny series from this national bestselling author.
Rora isn't a normal girl. She can see past the prickly exterior of Rydan of Nightfall, and only she can persuade him to put right what torments him before it destroys him. But Rora has her own secret...
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|Title of eBook: The Storm||Series: The Sons of Destiny, , #6|
|Release Date: 09-02-2008|
|Publisher: Berkley||Store Sales Rank: 4067|
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Title: The Storm April 29, 2009 Jean Johnson has a wonderful attention to detail. This book is kind of a companion to the previous novel in the series (The Cat). OF the eight brothers in the Sons of Destiny series, Rydan is by far the most interesting and Jean creates a very fitting and singular bride for him.
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Number of Comments: 5 Rating(s) 5 Review(s)
Jean Johnson has a wonderful attention to detail.
Reviewer: A reader from Madison, WI US
April 29, 2009
Jean Johnson has a wonderful attention to detail. This book is kind of a companion to the previous novel in the series (The Cat). OF the eight brothers in the Sons of Destiny series, Rydan is by far the most interesting and Jean creates a very fitting and singular bride for him.
In book 6 of this series Rydan, the isolated mage
December 27, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from uk
In book 6 of this series Rydan, the isolated mage who cannot tolerate to be around others (even his own brothers) is reluctant is meet his destined mate; aware he will probably lose his Guardianship of the powerful magical Fountain beneath Nightfall if his prophecy is interpreted correctly. Running in conjunction with book 5, it is of course no surprise who his destined match will be; Arora (Rora) a living Fountain who uses her magical abilities to "see" a safe haven for her and her shape shifting sister (who is matched to Trevan in book 5).
Despite their initial rather embarrassing meeting (Rydan is drugged, attempts to seduce Rora and is left filled with self disgust at the thought he has violated his older brother's destined wife) Rora is determined to help Rydan. Able to magically see what drives him to such reclusive behaviour, Rora is the only person aware that emotions (even happy ones) attack Rydan with physical force. So how to you handle a man who understandably shuns all contact when he can and also develop a physical relationship when any intimate contact may be literally explosive due to the immense power Rora contains within her?
As Rydan and Rora begin to tentatively explore their deepening feelings for each other, Nightfall's Fountain is attacked by a rogue mage; the brothers of Nightfall uniting with other Fountain Guardians to thwart a hostile magical take-over. The search for more information to re-invoke the Convocation of the Gods also continues; whilst some of the Nightfall residents begin a new investigation into how Rora can safely extract the Fountain inside her.
JJ has again created a fantastic fantasy romance with plenty of imaginative ideas and an action packed, absorbing plot line, leaving me eagerly awaiting the release of the final two books of this series; "The Flame" (available shortly) and "The Mage" (due for pub. May 09).
Oh the angst - does Rydan fall for Trevan's wife-t
December 9, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Silverdale, WA US
Oh the angst - does Rydan fall for Trevan's wife-to-be? What secret does Rora hide? Why doesn't she like to be touched, just like Rydan? Love story full of woes and anxiety - quite different from the gung-ho style of most of the previous books. Very good.
I was very eager to know the story of the "fall" o
September 22, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Almada, PT
I was very eager to know the story of the "fall" of Rydan, known as the Storm.
In the previous books, we've known that Rydan is very reclusive and lives during the night, interacting with his family during dinner and breakfast, for some "socializing".
He's a very dark character and one can see that there's something tormenting him.
Rydan doesn't want to find his destined bride, because of the verse that refers to him in the Song of the Sons of Destiny.
What Rydan doesnât know is that Rora can see what is wrong with Rydan and that she is the only one that can help him.
When we read this book, we get a better understanding of the conversations that already happened in the previous book.
What I can say is that this is the best book of the series. I need to read the remaining two to see if either surpasses this one, but it's going to be very difficult. If it does, that means that they will be excellent stories.
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