Bound by Prophecy

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Aern's only job is to protect the chosen. Things are tricky enough, but when her sister shows up to take Aern hostage, all bets are off. He discovers she's working toward her own prophecy, and he's got no choice but to keep her safe.

When the opposition descends, their only hope is to stick together, but the truth unravels, and together might prove the biggest complication of them all. More
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About Melissa Wright

Melissa is the author of more than a dozen YA and fantasy novels including The Frey Saga and Between Ink and Shadows. When not writing she can generally be found talking with an author friend about a book, painting something from a book, or tucked between headphones listening to a book. It’s kind of a theme. She loves reasonable heroines in unreasonable situations, noble--if brooding--heroes, slow burn and sweet kisses, a lot of havoc, and a little magic. Stay updated on works in progress at Instagram or contact her through the web at

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About the Series: Descendants Series
She's the Chosen. He's her protector. Together, they'll take on destiny.

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Reviews of Bound by Prophecy by Melissa Wright

Alysa H reviewed on Dec. 2, 2014

Main character Aern's snark on the first few pages was quite promising, but one is then instantly thrown into the deep end of a world about which one is given to understand so very little. The characters are equally opaque and difficult to care about.

I kept expecting the second chapter (then the third, and so on) to start with some meta "Okay, now might be the time to explain a few things" statement. But it never happened. This book is a real slog, and I couldn't get very far with it.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
M.M. Gavillet reviewed on Aug. 18, 2014

This book was a page turner, but I wish it would have given a little more on the history at first on the organization called the Division. It doesn't end in a cliffhanger, but I still want to read more on this novel!
(review of free book)
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