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The Sword The First Novel Of The Sons Of Destinya Romantic Tale Of Magic, Superstition, And A Love That Transcends Dimensions Eight Brothers, Born In Four Sets Of Twins, Two Years Apart To The Day They Fulfill The Curse Of Eight Prophecy To Avoid Tempting Their Destiny, The Brothers Are Exiled To Nightfall Island, A Land Where Women Are Strictly Forbidden But, When The Youngest Of The Mage Brothers Rescues A Woman From Another Universe, Their World Is Altered Forever Kelly Doyle Had Wanted To Get Away From The World Threatened, Attacked, And Accused Of Witchcraft, Kelly Had Enough Of Her Narrow Minded Small Town And Now She Has Somehow Landed In Another, Magical Dimension The Only Woman In A Realm Inhabited By Eight Men Who Are Desperately In Need Of A Woman S Touch


About the Author: Jean Johnson

Berkley Jove Authors Bio Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. 1 romance author, science fiction authorJean Johnson currently lives in the Pacific Northwest, has played in the SCA for 25 years, sings a lot, and argues with her cat about territorial rights to her office chair She loves hearing from her readers, and has a distinct sense of humor Right now she s living in a home with zone heating decent plumbing, but hopes to some day put turrets and ramparts on it so that it looks like a castle.



10 thoughts on “The Sword

  1. says:

    The Eldest Son shall bear this weight If ever true love he shall feelDisaster shall come at her heelAnd Katan will fail to aidWhen Sword in sheath is claimed by MaidThis is the opening of the Song of the Son s of Destiny 8 sons born, 4 sets


  2. says:

    This book was recommended to me as part of my quest to find solid, well written, feminist romance However, since it s probably unfair to place the expectations of a not really existent genre on an author, I ll try to base most of my review on readin


  3. says:

    hmm, not as good as her sci fi But not as bad as the first half of the book indicates Overall, I m mostly just highly amused that they end up saving the day with housework.


  4. says:

    Review revisited Reviewed for Romance Junkies in 2007The superstitious people of Katan exile eight brothers on Nightfall Isle Afraid that the brothers predicted curse will bring disaster to them all, their hope is to contain the brothers so their prophecy never bec


  5. says:

    I think the first 150 pages were great, but it got a bit boring, then picked up again There were parts in here that had me laughing so hard I had tears streaming down my face For instance, when Kelly is giving the brothers her rules I about died laughing It was a silly, fu


  6. says:

    I m not sure if what I mention in this review would be spoilers to some people, so I ll just hide the entire thing to be safe Now, on to the review Firstly, I did not like Kelly Her ranting on feminism really bugged me not because I don t support feminist ideals, but because she p


  7. says:

    The first of many books in the Sons of Destiny series, and I m not sure if all of them are time travel, but this one sure was Found it to be mostly lighthearted, funny at times , kinda silly most of the time Probably a good idea to suspend all belief prior to reading I didn t think the wr


  8. says:

    Originally Posted At My Blog Addicted To Romance3.5 RatingThe Eldest Son shall bear this weight If ever true love he should feel Disaster shall come at her heel And Katan will fail to aid When Sword in sheath is claimed by MaidKelly Doyle has worked herself practically to the ground to make her s


  9. says:

    I ll be honest I gave this book three stars not because of the quality of the actual book but because i m sucker Firstly, the protagonist Kelly loves sewing and so do I and I m a sucker for people who share my interests And secondly, there s abs on the cover and I m a sucker for abs.As to the actual qual


  10. says:

    A great start to the series This story is about Saber and Kelly Saber, well, he s really not my type, but I love these books because there are so many other brothers to chose from Kelly, slightly insane and demented, especially nearing the end with the pages of feminist dialogue Definitely had to skip through th


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