Divine Rivals Pdf/E-Book by Rebecca Ross

Divine Rivals is a real heart-wrenching novel that you shouldn’t miss if you love to read fantasy romantic genre. There were many moments that completely faded me away from my real life and inspired me to rush to read every page like oxygen that I desperately needs. This Book is an amazing read with a 4.5/5 rating from our side.

divine rivals Pdf

When two young rival journalists find love through a magical connection, they must face the depths of hell, in a war among gods, to seal their fate forever.

After centuries of sleep, the gods are warring again. But eighteen-year-old Iris Winnow just wants to hold her family together. Her mother is suffering from addiction and her brother is missing from the front lines. Her best bet is to win the columnist promotion at the Oath Gazette.

To combat her worries, Iris writes letters to her brother and slips them beneath her wardrobe door, where they vanish—into the hands of Roman Kitt, her cold and handsome rival at the paper. When he anonymously writes Iris back, the two of them forge a connection that will follow Iris all the way to the front lines of battle: for her brother, the fate of mankind, and love.

Shadow and Bone meets Lore in Rebecca Ross’s Divine Rivals, an epic enemies-to-lovers fantasy novel filled with hope and heartbreak, and the unparalleled power of love.

“It takes courage to let down your armor, to welcome people to see you as you are. Sometimes I feel the same as you: I can’t risk having people behold me as I truly am. But there’s also a small voice in the back of my mind, a voice that tells me, “You will miss so much by being so guarded.”

“I don’t think you realize how strong you are, because sometimes strenght isn’t swords and steel and fire, as we are so often made to believe. Someimes it’s found in quiet, gentle places.”

“In the meantime, I hope you will find your place, wherever you are. Even in the silence, I hope you will find the words you need to share.”

“I am coming to love him, in two different ways. Face to face, and word to word.”

“I love the words I write until I soon realize how much I hate them, as if I am destined to always be at war within myself.”

“I don’t want to wake up when I’m seventy-four only to realize I haven’t lived.”

Rebecca Ross, Divine Rivals