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Destiny's Fire - Trisha Wolfe Review from busymomsbookreviews.comDestiny's Fire was a very good start to a new series, in the year 2040 the shape-shifters are nearly extinct and in order to keep the race from dying they lower the barriers and the Narcos are allowed in. Dez has always had to hide the fact that she is part of a failed experiment. Years ago the Shythe and Narcos tried to find out what would happen if they procreated, all of the babies were killed, except for Dez. When the Narcos come Dez finds out that there is another child whose parent was able to get them away. This boy tries to help Dez control her powers and she starts to have fallen in love with him. Her best friend Jace tries to have more than a friendship with Dez and everything gets messed up. The Councils decree that the Narcos and Shythe must mate with each other, while Dez and her friends try to find out what the Narcos are really up to. Destiny is wonderful, while she makes some of the usual teenage mistakes she still is strong and is trying to do what is best for everyone involved. Both of the male leads are strong and try their best to protect Dez. The secondary characters are hilarious, I love Jaces sister, she is Dezs best friend and stands beside her when other people would have abandoned her. The world building is fantastic; I could close my eyes and picture everything that the author was describing. The writing itself was smooth and the scenes shifted seamlessly together. Destiny's Fire was a phenomenal start to the Kythan Guardians series.