Review of ‘Saving Destiny’

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Damien Douglas’s life has been turned upside down. He’s no longer mortal, and must battle the guardian Angel, Zahir, for the fate of Destiny. Zahir, however, is now mortal, which complicates matters immeasurably. All Destiny wants to do, though, is survive to protect her unborn child

In Saving Destiny, book 2 of J. D. Selmser’s Immortan Obsession series, action rises to a fever pitch as a battle of the angels looms on the horizon. In this battle, only one can survive.

The author has created characters, bad and good, that you will remember long after you stop reading, and has used his skill with the language to create suspense, desire, fear, and just about every other emotion you can imagine. One thing’s for sure, after reading this, you’ll never think of angels the same way again.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my unbiased review. I give it four stars.

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