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Reviewed by Stephanie Chapman for Readers' Favorite
Joanna Grace presents Divine Destiny, the second book of The Divine Chronicles series. The story opens with Ryse carrying Avery away from her home as it was being consumed by flames. Avery doesn’t know what to believe after losing everything, including her best friend Frank. Ryse assures her he is taking her somewhere safe, and Avery breaks down into a catatonic state. Ryse has a dilemma, though. Somehow he has to prove to Avery that she is a Divine Grace and that his feelings for her are genuine. Avery rejects his overtures, believing she was just part of a mission for him. Avery accepts her role and learns more about the Elite team members. She also learns how to harness her aura. Hayden, Ryse’s brother, discovers Avery while an unknown threat prowls through the Palace.
Joanna Grace’s attention to minor details creates a dynamic world easy to envision. The inner turmoil Avery has with her feelings is apparent. Imagine learning that everything you thought was true had all been a cover-up, especially one so life-altering. I cannot imagine losing a friend, then landing in a place where everybody is a threat. Who could I trust after that type of tragedy? Jealousy is a full-blown characteristic manifested by Ryse, and interestingly, a basic touch could mean more than Avery intended. I thought Hayden’s humor brought light into the story, which depicted every character of the Elite team in vivid detail, making their personalities stand out in the way Avery regarded their actions. The conclusion of this book leaves the perfect opening for a sequel. The unpredictable turn of events shocked me. Readers of romantic fantasy stories will enjoy Divine Destiny as they watch Avery discover her true self.