The Master: A Novel of the Sons of Destiny

The Master: A Novel of the Sons of Destiny

by Jean Johnson

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Overview

The Sons of Destiny series continues with the third sizzling romantic fantasy.

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 the Isle of Nightfall, where women are forbidden. But when the abducted third-born brother is taken by a powerful and beautiful mage, he wonders if she is his own Prophesied Disaster, his foretold wife-to-be...

Kidnapped from the Isle of Nightfall and taken captive by slavers, Dominor is sold to a lovely mage who promises freedom. But Lady Serina has plans for him; she needs another powerful mage to re-enact a mating ritual, to help reverse a Tantric spell cast centuries ago. Agreeing to help her, Dominor doesn't suspect the secret she holds back from him: there is more to this magical mating than the Arithmancer has revealed.

When that secret finally shatters, Dominor is determined to retake possession of the woman who is his destiny.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780425217061
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 09/04/2007
Series: Sons of Destiny Series , #3
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.10(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

The best part about being a writer is the joy of entertaining others. Whether it’s sad or scary, silly or sexy, I love knowing that one of my stories has given someone a good time. I hope this is one of those stories for you, too. Currently I live in the Pacific Northwest. Feel free to drop by my website for a chat.

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Master (Sons of Destiny Series #3) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 83 reviews.
Supernatural-Chick More than 1 year ago
I loved book #1 and book #2 in this series however, this book was horrible. It was so slow and very repetitive. This book was more agonizing to get through than it would have been for me to drop an anvil on my foot. I'm glad when it was finally over so I could stop my suffering. I forged my way through the book only because I am anxious to read Flame and Storm. I hope they are much better.
Reads-Alot More than 1 year ago
The first book of this series was really good. The second and third were weak in the overall plot. With the second and third Johnson spent the whole book writing soft porn. Totally ruined the book. Will not finish the series. What a let down.
nightdweller20 More than 1 year ago
The Master by Jean Johnson is the third installment in her series of The Sons of Destiny. This book is about the third brother, Dominor. Dominor was captured by the Mandarites, an anti-feminist people. The Mandarites' ship ends up being captured by their rival country, a country ruled my magic weaving women. Dominor ends up on the auction block, and Serina, a powerful foreign mage, saves him from being a slave by bidding on him. She needs him to help her with an experiment, and Dominor agrees. I won't go into any more details so I don't ruin it for anybody, but I love this series! It's one of my favorites. The cover is pretty awesome as well. Hello, man candy! Go out and buy this book, for sure! You won't regret it :)
Guest More than 1 year ago
Hot kamasutra potions and WOW...its so cool and enchanting.
thehistorychic on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
The Third of Sons shall meet his match:Strong of will and strong of mindYou seek she who is your kindSet your trap and be your fateWhen Lady is the Master¿s mateThis book was pretty good and the matching between Dominor and Serina was good. I like series books cause you get caught up on the past characters. So we got to glimpse into the other brothers lives and it was pretty funny at times :)
jjmcgaffey on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Nice. It takes a lot of tropes - some standard, some stupid, and some both - and clothes them in very interesting people and situations to make them actually (more or less) make sense. Male slave bought for sex, secret child, both believing they're the only one in love...Dominor, who was kidnapped, ended up as a war slave; Serina, a powerful mage, needed a powerful male mage to share a Tantric (sexual) ritual with her, and thereby produce a child, to complete some very high-level magic. Misunderstandings, my absolute least favorite trope, are rife - but even that is made almost reasonable. And a happy ending, of course. But this "ending" is the beginning of a lot more. We also learn quite a bit about this world, outside Nightfall Island and its inhabitants; and the author managed to keep track of who knew what when, as many fail to do. So - excellent story, both as a romance and as the next step in the series; this review is on my second or third read, so I already know the rest of the series is also great, but it definitely lured me along on the first reading too. And this is my second or third read (I forget if I reread it when I found the last books in the series); even though I knew the story, it was definitely still worth reading. And I expect I'll read it again. No disposable romance here!
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Great characters and lots of hilarious moments in the whole series.
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LadyPirate59 More than 1 year ago
Jean Johnson's Son's Destiny series is excellant.......8 brothers/4 sets of twins.....awesome.....I finish one book and move right on to the next...can't wait to see what happens next
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Jane_tx More than 1 year ago
Like her preious books, Jean Johnson has done a fantistic job. It places you there with the characters and their magical lives. You become part of it. I love all characters; all the eight brothers and new sisters-in-law. She a great writer. There is really not much more to say except if you have read any of her books you should.
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