Dreams Of Destiny

Dreams Of Destiny Wounded by scandal and the unsolved murder of his sister in law David Pennington is outwardly insolent and arrogant But nothing will stop him from escorting his childhood friend Gwyneth Douglas to

  • Title: Dreams Of Destiny
  • Author: May McGoldrick
  • ISBN: 9780451212153
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wounded by scandal and the unsolved murder of his sister in law, David Pennington is outwardly insolent and arrogant But nothing will stop him from escorting his childhood friend, Gwyneth Douglas, to Scotland and saving the Scottish heiress from fortune hunters But with their arrival in Scotland comes terrible danger Now, if they ever hope to satisfy their fiery desire,Wounded by scandal and the unsolved murder of his sister in law, David Pennington is outwardly insolent and arrogant But nothing will stop him from escorting his childhood friend, Gwyneth Douglas, to Scotland and saving the Scottish heiress from fortune hunters But with their arrival in Scotland comes terrible danger Now, if they ever hope to satisfy their fiery desire, they will need to thwart the evil that threatens to destroy both their lives

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    1. No SpoilersThis was by far the best book in the series. Wow! So much in one book. I immediately liked David Pennington and Gwyneth. I think the way the story was written and unfolds shows how talented an author May McGoldrick is. The story was excellently crafted. My only issue with this book was it not having an epilogue. The Penningtons are characters a reader grows fond of and having an epilogue would have made it more complete for me. I recommend this book, but as a series. I don't think the [...]

    2. Great trilogyJust finished the Dreams Trilogy. What great writing, not to mention suspense. These novels are so satisfying to an adventurer's mind & filled with wonderful enrichment of historical & cultural embodiment. How i enjoy the passion with which you write. Thank you so much.Alvie Hoffmann

    3. David finds Gwyneth trying to elope and he is determined to stop her or be the bridegroom. Their families have a sad history and much is unknown. Though they love each other Gwyneth feel she owes her former bridegroom her loyalty. She runs from David and runs into three men trying to kill her.

    4. Darn e-book versions and their rampant typos That aside, the story does pretty well distracting me from the worst typos. The pacing was a tad slow for me at times, but then gradually I really got into it. I liked the different perspectives and how the mystery of Emma's death was tied together through all the books. Walter and Violet's perspectives were a little imbalanced though, but I loved the gradual reveal through them. For a third book, it did well tying all three books together, (view spoi [...]

    5. Sorry to say that I was disappointed in the third installment of the Scottish Dream Trilogy, Dreams of Destiny. Although well written, much of my disappointment stems from the lack of development with the relationship between David (H) and Gwyneth (h). (view spoiler)[We know that Gwyneth has worshiped David most of her life and that he was in love with her evil cousin Emma for several years. The H/h run into each other when she is going to elope with a man she does not love. David derails her an [...]

    6. I loved Borrowed Dreams so much that I instantly skipped over Captured Dreams and ordered the third book, where the mystery begun in Borrowed Dreams is finally solved. I should have really liked this book because I was pleasantly surprised by two stories--Daniel and Walter's, which could have easily been strung along to a fourth book. However, in spite of getting two for the price of one I was disappointed. I can't enjoy a romance unless the obstacle keeping the lovers apart rings true and works [...]

    7. I was totally shocked to discover who murdered Emma. After learning more about Emma and how she treated people I have not sympathy for her. She was an awful person. I was glad David got over his infatuation of Emma and was able to find someone that truly loved him. All in all a great trilogy. My only complaint with this series was the editing. There were many grammatical errors that were very noticeable and could be easily fixed.

    8. Loved the story of David and Gwendolyn. Gwendolyn is being blackmailed and the only way she sees of getting out of it is marrying someone in a hurry in Greta Green. On her way to Greta Green she inadvertently runs into a childhood friend David. Even though he is drunk he realizes his friend is up to no good and he wants to find out why!! Loved the story but a little slow in places!! A great end to the trilogy!!

    9. Read the whole trilogy and it was very good. Not predictable at all and memorable. The first and third books were my favorites. I like the attention to detail that built up to complex resolutions. I will definitely read more from this "author" (actually a pseudonym for a writing couple). Well done.

    10. A suspenseful ending to the Pennington brothers trilogy. If I had any complaint at all it would be that there was so much going on in this book that sometimes I felt like David and Gwyneth got lost in the other stories. However I still enjoyed the book.

    11. Loved all 3Was a happy ending. I never would have guessed who really pushed Emma. But I won't spoil it for anyone.

    12. Gwyneth is a novelist in secret, David no stranger to scandal will not leave her side and foils her plans to elope with a baronet.

    13. loved this book the only thing i did not like was to me there seemed a conclusion but it did not give you a epilogue about the family

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