Dreams of Destiny

Dreams of Destiny

by May McGoldrick

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BN ID: 2940012411570
Publisher: Signet
Publication date: 02/11/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 187,258
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

USA Today Bestselling Authors Nikoo and Jim wrote their first May McGoldrick romance using historical figures that Jim researched while earning a PhD in sixteenth-century Scottish and English literature. Nikoo, a mechanical engineer, is a born storyteller. She is all about characters and feeling. Jim is about action and sense of place. Together, they have crafted over forty fast-paced, conflict-filled historical and contemporary novels and two works of nonfiction under the pseudonyms May McGoldrick and Jan Coffey.

Their stories have touched the hearts and minds of millions of readers all over the world. Their work has been translated into over a dozen languages, and counting. Because of their success, they have been frequent guests on local and national radio and television. They travel regularly, speaking at writers’ conferences, libraries, classrooms, and book group gatherings.

For the past decade, Nikoo and Jim have been conducting workshops bringing 21st century collaboration and writing skills to students and teachers.

These popular and prolific authors write historical romance, suspense, mystery, and young adult novels. They are four-time Rita Finalists and the winners of numerous awards for their writing, including the Romantic Times Magazine Reviewers’ Choice Award, the Daphne DeMaurier Award, three NJRW Golden Leaf Awards, two Holt Medallions, and the Connecticut Press Club Award for Best Fiction. Their work is included in the Popular Culture Library collection of the National Museum of Scotland.

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Dreams of Destiny 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I didnt get the second book of this series. It didn't seem really necessary and after reading this book I don't feel like I missed anything important. I really liked the first book and this one was really good too. I liked the fact that in this book by reading about memories of different people from past, Emma transformed from a selfish woman to really an evil one. My only problem was that after all the talk of how in love David had been with her, the author didn't try hard enough at the first of the book to convince us he loved Gwen. He followed her home to make sure she is safe and later years he followed her so she wouldn't get married to a fortune hunter but I didn't feel his heart in it. Overall it was an excellant and satisfying end to the story. Just wished she would have let us know what was the sex of Lyon's baby.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ah the answers of Emma, mystery solved. Never saw it coming, I should have. Romantic, funny, erotic. Great story. Now on to their new series. Thank you for the wonderful reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book is good, I did skip of Walter's letters though. It seemed to take away from the story, but thats my perspective. The book was great and had many twist!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So much mystery and misunderstandings are revealed and forgiveness as well as justice are delivered in this final book of the series. I was amazed to read the whole twisted tale of selfish manipulations that Emma had brought to many a good man that fell to her lies. Finding that the apple did not fall far from the tree was not too suprising with what was hinted at and revealed throughout the series. It was good to see the many couples that came together and the return of sweet Violet made this story even better. I would like to read more about these couples please write an update for we readers to enjoy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Should read in order. Enjoyed this book and series
Guest More than 1 year ago
In 1771 heiress Gwyneth Douglas writes adventure tales under a pseudonym. Her life seems fine though she frowns at the licentious behavior of her older married cousin Emma, who she once adored as a role model. However, tragedy strikes the family when Emma is found dead having fallen from the side of a cliff. Though her husband survived the same fall, everyone including his two younger siblings assumes Lyon Pennington killed his spouse............................. A few years later, a desperate Gwyneth has decided to elope with a friend Allan Ardmore to escape her aunt and that of a blackmailer. Lyon¿s brother David, just returned from military duty, intercepts her. He accompanies her on her trek to Scotland and the passion that had been at the surface when Emma died, erupts as they fall in love with one another However, her aunt blames his brother for her daughter¿s death and rogues like Allan and the blackmailer want to gain control of Gwyneth¿s loot so that killing David is quite acceptable........................... Fans of Georgian romance will take immense delight with the entertaining DREAMS OF DESTINY that completes May McGoldrick¿s fine trilogy. The story line is action-packed, but at its best when the lead couple banter and try to trump one another. The villains don¿t match up to the heroic duo, but provide enough diverse tension so that the audience receives a wonderful historical tale of love conquering all....................... Harriet Klausner