The Outsiders: Book 3
Gabriel Ward has no problem with the fact that he's an Outsider. Hell, he's always known he was different. What he takes issue with is the idea that he has to follow any destiny at all. He's always taken care of himself, and there's no way he's going to start following rules now.
Loraine Peacock can speak to animals. Other than that, she thinks she's just a regular woman making her way in the world. She figures it's not that weird. Many people have unusual abilities.
But when Gabriel and Loraine are forced together by the very destiny he denies, they will both have to accept their legacy and join the Outsiders in their quest to defeat the ultimate evil. That is, if they can survive long enough to find their way to their most important destiny of all: love.
This series is developing into one of those that the only key annoyance is how long to wait for the next one. I started to read this as soon as putting down the previous. Yet again the tale focuses on two of the 18 outsiders as they find themselves thrown together and having to come to terms with the fact that they are part of a bigger destiny.
Exciting twist in the plot as new elements and players are introduced in this book and I am eager to see how they play out in the next installments. Also with the growing number of Outsiders that are coming together it will be interesting to see how the ‘family’ dynamics change.