Book Review: Destiny’s Dream by Delia Latham
by Joanne Troppello
From the moment I began reading Destiny’s Dream (Book One in the Solomon’s Gate Series), Ms. Latham captivated me with her intriguing plot and engaging characters.
We meet Destiny May when she is at a low point in her life, with the passing of her mother. She meets Clay for the first time when he shows up at the wrong funeral, her mother’s.
I love the chemistry between these two characters, even from that first edgy encounter. Ms. Latham truly understands how to weave a story full of likable characters that you instantly become friends with.
Through God’s leading, Destiny begins a Christian dating agency in her town, and she has to deal with Clay’s initial negative reaction to her venture, as well as being threatened by an anonymous caller who does not approve of her line of work.
Ms. Latham’s attention to detail draws you into the small town of Castle Creek and you are swept up in intrigue, romance and God’s protective hand. By the last page, I found myself wanting to read more about Destiny and Clay and was sad I finished the book. You don’t want to miss Destiny’s Dream. It’s a must read!
About the Author
Delia and her husband Johnny live in East Texas, where their pampered Pomeranian, Kona, kindly allows them to share her home. The author enjoys multiple life roles as wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend, but above all, she loves being a princess daughter to the King of kings. She admits to a lifelong, mostly unbattled Dr. Pepper addiction, and loves hearing from her readers.
About the Reviewer
Joanne Troppello is a published author of 3 inspirational fiction novels and the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Mustard Seed Sentinel. She has experience as a freelance writer in topics such as marketing, retail marketing, health and wellness, SEO and social media, travel and lifestyle, website content, recommendations for apps, and content for blogs. Visit her Amazon Author Page for more information regarding her books. Connect on Twitter. Read more about Mustard Seed Sentinel here.