Eoin’s Destiny (Fire Trilogy: Book 3)
Title: Eoin’s Destiny (Fire Trilogy: Book 3)
Author: RJ Scott
Publisher: Love Lane Books
Length: 92 pages
Rating: B List
Blurb: Eoin is faced with the end of times.
With his friends at his side, can he rescue the prisoner that might hold the secrets to winning the battle between Cariad and City as well as the key to his heart?
His bond brothers, Kian and Darach, probably hate him for his necessary lie, two-thirds of the Council wants him dead, and the prisoner’s amber Fire is killing them both.
The third book in the Fire Trilogy discovers more old Guardians, ancient Cariad magik, and not least of all the other half of Eoin: Trystyn.
Please note, this book was originally published through Silver Publishing.
Review: A sweet ending to an exciting and romantic trilogy.
Eoin is an interesting mix of strength and doubt. He misses his brothers and feels his isolation keenly. He has always known that he would have strong magik and has been fighting the council since they took him when he came into his power. He’s been working to understand the prophecy and save his people by reuniting the city and the Cariad.
Trystyn is as stubborn and confident as Eoin, and their relationship is intense and very intimate. What has been happening to Trystyn is really bad. We get glimpses, but thankfully it’s mostly in the past when they rescue him. While he was taken when he was fourteen he’s a man now and ready to take his place beside Eoin to fight for their world.
Eoin has hidden his survival from his blood brothers for their safety. When he does reveal himself the reunion is angry and hurt, but after some explaining how could they be anything other than overjoyed to have their brother back with them.
All of the men must work together to fulfill an ancient prophecy and save both worlds from destruction. Only together can they defeat their enemy and create a better world.
An engaging trilogy that I very much enjoyed. The men are all hot and their love is deep with their bond and fire. The magik and world building is fascinating. I liked the parallel world aspect and thought it made the story more original.
Recommended for all of those who like magic, prophetic quests and their men sexy and sweet.
Reviewed by Nina