Two witches. Two souls that are inescapably intertwined. What will they do when they discover their destiny
Once upon a time, I was the heir to my family's seat on the High Council of Witches. After one horrific night, the Council was no more and all the families went into hiding. The likelihood I would ever find my mo shíorghrá, my soul mate, was gone. But by fate or luck, I've finally found my other half. Tobias Wyvern was destined to be mine, but we're discovering that's not all destiny has in store for us. I need to find out if our future will be our own, or if it will be determined by a prophecy that was written before either of us were born. I'll do whatever I have to do, go wherever I have to go to find a way for us to be together.
I invited my next door neighbor, Arthur, to a family dinner to get them off my back, but what I'm finding out is that my whole life has been a lie. I was always told we were the only witches left in the world, but that's because my family was too frightened to tell me the truth. They signed a marriage contract when I was a child, but had no intention of following through. The Wyverns and the Blackwoods would never be united if they could prevent it. When all hell broke loose, they were able to disappear. Now fate has brought Atherton Blackwoods into my life, and we come to realize we're made to be together. But it's not that simple. By coming together, we'll set into motion a destiny neither one of us could ever have predicted. Are we willing to put our lives on the line to break the cycle of destruction?
Discovering Destiny is a story featuring an adorably awkward witch who can talk to plants, a protective witch who can cause lightening strikes at awkward times, questionable art, strange dreams, a prophesy (there's always a prophecy, right) and cat and magpie familiars who can't seem to shut up or get along.
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I really enjoyed this story when I read it but man, the voice the narrator gave Toby just gets on my nerves, literally. It's like nails on a chalkboard. *shudders*
If it weren't for that high pitched whiney voice it would have been a mostly enjoyable listen, but I just can't get past it.
I'm really hoping either the narrator does a better job in book 2 or they replace him completely.
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Can't wait to get into more of this series. I loved the interaction between Tobias and Atherton. This was a cute and magical story overall and the narrating was awesome! Cameron Elliott did a great job with telling it and I loved how he portrayed each character! He made each voice distinctive and gave a great performance! Will definitely be following up!