Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Review: Vision of Destiny by S. Moose

Publication Date: 9/28/2014

Series: Infinity #2
Rating:  5 Stars

Official Blurb:

Falling apart. Barely breathing. How can I go on without you?
Karly Erikson’s fairy tale ending comes to an abrupt halt as she slowly adjusts to life without being in the arms of the man she loves.

Nicholas Hayes makes a decision, which changes his entire life. Living with the decision he’s made, every day is a struggle. His heart only knows one love-Karly Erikson.

When Karly returns to Wilmington, the choices she makes will put what’s left of her heart on the line. Is she ready to fight for what's truly hers?

As if I couldn’t ugly cry anymore after the heartbreaking ending to Vision of Love… S. Moose had to kill me all over again in Vision of Destiny. I cried this entire book and just when I thought my eyes couldn’t leak anymore… you broke my heart so much harder.  There’s honestly not a lot I can say in this review without giving this great plot and its deeply emotional twists away.  I was literally emotionally exhausted after binge reading the first two books in this series that I contemplated calling into work so I could cry myself back to sleep.   My view of Nicholas drastically changed at the end of Vision of Love and it took me quite a while to handle his level of stupidity.   He’s another one of the male characters on my list that I would have beaten with a baseball bat had they been real for his decisions.  I seriously mean that. Baseball bat to the brain.  He needed the sense knocked back into him. 

Vision of Destiny may be the ending to Karly and Nicholas’ story, but you need to stick around for the next one. Another heartbreaking character from their story is getting his own book. S. Moose you’ve made a lifelong fan out of me with this book.  Holy flipping cow, I still have a book hangover from this book!!

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