Nicole Austin – Scandalous

{January 6, 2009}   Threads of Destiny by NJ Walters

Tapestries series, Book 4


Marc Garen knows and understands the laws of his world. On Javara, women are scarce and brothers must share, although only one can be her husband. But he is lonely to the depths of his soul and longs for a woman of his own. Suddenly the tapestry hurls him into a violent world…to the woman who has haunted his dreams.

Kathryn is a scientist, fighting to save two genetically enhanced super soldiers from termination when the man of her fantasies appears and magically transports them all to safety. Now three men share Kathryn’s bed, all bent on satisfying her every desire. But Marc is resolved to make her his alone. He has three days to convince her…before the tapestry returns.

Nic’s Recommendation:

The books that truly touch us, draw us in, make us feel connected and invested in the story are few and far between, and are treasured all the more for their rare beauty. I like to call them my comfort books. They are books I cherish and hold dear. They are the ones residing on the top row of the bookshelf in my bedroom. These editions are not pristine and certainly do not appear brand new. Nowhere close. They bear the wear and tear of well loved books that have been enjoyed time and again.

As soon as it becomes available in print, Threads of Destiny will claim a spot on that shelf as a prized part of my print book collection. Hands down, it is the best book I’ve read in a long time.

A close friend and I have grumbled endlessly over the past year about how few really good books we’ve read. I’d almost forgotten what it felt like to be so wrapped up in a story that I refused to put it down and dragged it with me everywhere. Marc and Kathryn’s story held my rapt attention from the first sentence to the last. I laughed, cried and at times burned so hot I expected to go up in flames. I delighted over a wonderful surprise of the book Kathryn cherished and her thoughts of the author. And catching up with other well loved characters from the world of Javara was priceless.

N.J. Walters is an amazing storyteller and I’ve loved all her books. Until now, Katie’s Art of Seduction and the hero Cain were my undisputed favorite of all her wonderful tales. Once I’ve read Threads of Destiny a few more times I’ll decide if this is my new favorite. Right now I can’t make up my mind as I’m still riding the reader’s high of a fabulous read.

Go out and get Threads of Destiny as soon as it releases on January 14th from Ellora’s Cave Publishing. It can be read as a stand alone, but if you haven’t read them yet, pick up all of N.J. Walters’ Tapestries series. You can thank me later, just get the books now so you can be a satisfied reader too! Enough said.


valery says:

This article very interesting!!

I will come back again. 🙂

Oh, this sounds like a hawt read!

You’ve given me the best compliment an author can receive. Thank you so much.


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