May 13, 2014

ARC Review: King's Throne (String of Fate #2)

Title: King's Throne (String of Fate #2)
Series: String of Fate 
Author: Bianca D'Arc
Pages: 232
Publisher: Aspendawn Books 
Source: NetGalley
Edition: eARC
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A woman living in secret, hiding her true nature...

Gina is a medical doctor living in the city. What nobody knows is that she’s also tiger-shifter royalty, living in exile. Keeping her secret has kept her safe, but all that is about to change.

An injured soldier who heals in a way that makes him more than he ever was before...

Mitch is injured. Out of the action. He wakes up in a strange place, with a beautiful woman. Normally, not a problem, but this woman is special. She’s a white tiger. Daughter of the lost tiger king. Too good for the likes of him, but there’s an undeniable spark of attraction drawing them closer and closer.

A love that will make the very earth tremble beneath their feet...

When evil Challenges, Mitch will fight to keep Gina safe. A harrowing journey to the side of a living volcano brings secret knowledge and a power none of them ever expected. Will it be enough to prevail?

Only victory will keep his lady safe. And only victory will allow Gina to claim the man she truly loves.

ARC from Netgalley for an honest review

So, let me first start with the cover, it's so pretty which is actually why I chose it to review (yes, I judged a book by its cover) But I was not disappointed. This is the first book that I've read by Bianca D'Arc and it won't be the last. I was so impressed with this book. It has a very thrilling storyline that just reels you in.

We meet up with Gina who is a medical doctor and princess to the Tiger shifters. She is in the pursuit to help Mitch, a golden tiger who was previously guard to the Panther queen and was caught in an attack with his friend Cade at a local dojo. Gina's blood is special in that it has healing capabilities but  she had given Mitch another concoction from the tiger clan which is dubbed as Nectar used to heal as well. But with Mitch there was an altering affect. She then transports to her father the exiled king land in the mountain to find help for Mitch. 

And that's where it all begins... 

Soon they find that Mitch is actually an important part of their Clan's salvation to rid them of the evil that has been ruling them for almost a generation. The plot thickens and Mitch is forced into a role that he has never seen himself in. Their savior. 

I know this is a second book in a series, but seriously, it was so good that it could actually be a stand alone. I highly recommend it to those who enjoy reading supernatural genre.

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