About the Book
Book: Child of Destiny
Author: T.E Bradford
Genre: Christian YA Fantasy
Release Date: May 26, 2020
Across the Divide, a storm is brewing.
In a world where power determines position, word is spreading of the girl who possesses all three factors of magic. Some feel her existence heralds a new era. Others cling desperately to old traditions. The struggle will pit neighbor against neighbor in a conflict poised to spiral into civil war. At the heart of the maelstrom an adversary thirsty for domination wields a weapon of untold magnitude. When power can be harvested like wheat, no one’s magic is safe—even the Trine’s.
Is it her Destiny to save them, or will her power be used to destroy everything and everyone she loves?
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About the Author
“Life is hard enough. I want stories to transport me to another place. A magical place, where I can stretch out my hand to touch the wonder of this vast universe God created. A universe more extraordinary than we can begin to comprehend. These are the stories I love best, and the ones I love to write. Welcome to my worlds!” –T.E. Bradford
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Thanks so much for stopping by to hear a bit about Child of Destiny, book two in the Divide Series. I’m so excited to share it with all of you!
In this second book in the series, one of the characters enjoys a special treat. This yumminess goes by the name of Hazelnut Delight. It’s a simple, but fantastic recipe that only a very select few will receive. Shhh!!! It’s a family secret!
HAZELNUT DELIGHT RECIPE
What you’ll need:
2 homemade (or your favorite store-bought) pie crusts
1 jar of hazelnut spread
1. Roll out (or unroll) pie crust.
2. Using a spoon, coat the crust in a thin layer of hazelnut spread.
3. Start at one side and carefully roll the pie crust up (leave it resting on the seam to help seal.
4. Pinch the ends to close and seal them.
5. Cut the roll into slices (approx 1/2″).
6. Set the slices on their sides on a baking sheet. These will get gooey/sticky as they bake, so you may want to use a silicone baking liner.
TIP: If you like crunchier, flakier crusts, let the rolls loosen as you set them down, opening up the pinwheel shape a bit. If you like more solid, dense treats, leave them tightly rolled. Or, like me, let them land however they will and get a bit of both. ;-)
7. Bake at 375 for approx 20-25 minutes – until they are a deep golden brown.
Let cool a bit, and enjoy! You’ll be amazed at the yummy flavor. And as you read, you’ll be able to appreciate the scent and taste right along with the character. Happy Reading (and eating)!
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To celebrate her tour, T.E. is giving away the grand prize package of a themed basket with a one-of-a-kind natural gemstone necklace, a musical instrument, a print copy of The Song of the High King (a Bradford original), and additional books and items!!
Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.
Child of Destiny is the second installment from the Divide series and my first introduction to the talents of T E Bradford. Since this is the first book I have read of hers and is part of a series, I feel I was able to get enough information to be able to read it as a stand alone. I thought it was a good read and worth reading. I enjoyed getting to know Nova and her friends. It was full of action and adventure that I liked.
Child of Destiny is getting three and a half stars from me. I recommend it for readers who enjoy reading from the clean science fiction and fantasy genres. I would like to read the first book from the Divide series, Child of Prophecy, to see what had happened previously to this one.
I received Child of Destiny from the publisher. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.