Dark Destiny by Mj PutneyDark Destiny by Mj Putney

Dark Destiny

byMj Putney

Paperback | May 5, 2016

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Tory and her friends are celebrating the success of a second mission to aid WWII Britain when an urgent summons calls them back to their own time: Napoleon is on the brink of invading England. Can a handful of young mages stop an army? In desperation, Merlin's Irregulars ask Rebecca Weiss, an untrained telepath from 1940, to come back to 1804 and change Napoleon's mind before it's too late. As Tory and Allarde make a commitment that will cost him his inheritance, Rebecca promises to do what she can to stop Napoleon even though she is unsure of her magical abilities. But Tory and her friends saved the Weiss family from Nazi imprisonment, and Rebecca will risk anything, even her life and her budding relationship with Nick Rainford, to repay them. A daring mission takes Tory and Rebecca and their friends into the heart of the Army of Boulogne, where Napoleon is plotting invasion. But while their success may save England, they must still face the bittersweet consequences of their decisions when they return home.
Dark Destiny is the thrilling conclusion to M.J. Putney's historical fantasy series Dark Mirror.

M. J. Putney is the author of the young adult fantasy novels Dark Mirror and Dark Passage. As Mary Jo Putney, she is the New York Times bestselling author of historical romances. M. J. is fond of reading, cats, travel, and most of all, great stories.
Title:Dark DestinyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 8.29 × 5.57 × 0.9 inPublished:May 5, 2016Publisher:St. Martin's PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0312622864

ISBN - 13:9780312622862


Rated 4 out of 5 by from suprisingly good I picked this up at a chapters just looking for something to help me pass the time till chirstmas. Was 2$ so I figure nothing to loose. Turned out to be pretty good. A little confusing since I didn't know there was two books before but you get into it pretty fast and don't seam to lose to much. It's an original twist on some historical facts and nice to see that magic, kids and mind controle seam to be the reason for Napoleon turning toward Russia and the continant. Also it has 3 love stories as well going on so not always dark. The only thing is it gets long in some places and you think its ends but it doesn't
Date published: 2017-12-05