Sweet Destiny

Sweet Destiny

by Penny Watson

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BN ID: 2940156936816
Publisher: Penny Watson
Publication date: 11/12/2016
Series: The Klaus Brothers , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 370,156
File size: 385 KB

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Sweet Destiny 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
caroldh4 More than 1 year ago
RATING 4.5 STARS Sweet Destiny is book five in the Klaus Brothers series by Penny Watson. I have been wanting to read this book since Christmas and just hadn’t gotten to it. Thanks to my dear friends over at Book Babblers, I won the book in a give-a-way and finally can complete this series. It was every bit worth the wait. Santa has five sons and we have watched four of the Klaus Brothers meet the loves of their lives one by one and get married. Children are being born, and the Klaus family is growing in leaps and bounds. The only brother left who hasn’t found his one and only is Wolfgang, or Wolf. Each brother has a specific job he fulfills within the family business. Wolf’s is Director of Charitable Donations. Wolf has a huge heart but a lifetime of traveling to third world countries or seeing young children stricken with terminal illnesses has taken it’s toll. Not only does he feel alone within his family being the only single brother left, his spirit is spiraling, seeing such disparity amongst the world’s children. One specific event finally sent him over the edge and he gave up. Wolf disappeared from the North Pole’s magic radar. Wolf has lost his memory. Belinda Kiefer is half human and half snow fairy. Except in this world, the fairies are cruel but it’s her human side that Belinda embraces. She is kind and loving but being stuck between both worlds has left her painfully shy. Left unwanted on Santa’s doorstep when she was six, Belinda learned to blend in to the background, never really joining in. But of one thing Belinda has always been certain since she was six years old. The very first time she saw then young Wolfgang playing with his brothers, she fell in love. Now twenty years later, Wolfgang needs her. He needs her to help to remember who he is, and to remember the spirit of Christmas. The Klaus Brothers and Belinda finally found Wolf living in a dilapidated cabin in the woods of Vermont in a little town called Cranville. He has no idea who these four men are and he isn’t the brother they remember either. This one is angry and rude, not at all the brother they grew up with. Belinda refuses to leave Wolf. She will stay with him until he regains his memory while his brothers go back home to prepare for Christmas. “One word came to mind when she looked at this structure. One word came to mind when she looked at this man. Lonely.” The little community of Cranville slowly embraced Wolf and Belinda. Wolf softened with their kindness and Belinda felt accepted for the first time in her life. At the same time, Wolf started seeing Belinda for what she was, a wonderful, beautiful woman who made him smile, who made him want to make her smile. Who made him feel hope for the first time in a long time. “Even without a past, Wolf was getting a clearer picture of his future. It was sprinkled with glittering snow.” But the happiness Wolf and Belinda are beginning to find does not come without a price. Also, back at the North Pole, pressure is being put on Santa to finally choose his successor. He has been planning to retire for some time and making the right choice is not an easy task. “So this is what it feels like to belong. To be part of a community. To have friends. Heaven. It felt like heaven. She felt more at home in this ragged little cabin than she ever had in Glasdorf. It was Wolf. He made this a home. Somewhere she finally belonged.”
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A satisfying and sweet end to the series.