TITLE - Fate
AUTHOR - Nadine Nightingale
My life used to be simple. I woke up, hit the road, and offed some witches. Yeah, I’m a witch hunter. Killing witches is my fate—embedded in my DNA—and I thrive on it. Or I did...until one of them ended up in my bed…And heart.
Amanda Bishop—infuriating, arrogant, stab-worthy—proclaimed she’d fight Lucifer himself over my soul. My treacherous heart believed her. Then, she ran. Again.
Amanda’s best friend, Bonnie, thinks she’s in trouble, the killing kind. Bonnie works her charm on my brother, and he offers our services to find Amanda, the witch that broke my heart.
The Bishop residency is ransacked—Amanda, her sister, and nephew missing. My new mission? Find Amanda. Preferably, alive. But I get more than I bargained for when secrets are revealed.
“Does one choose their own path or is it predetermined for us? 5 stars”
You know that feeling when you try some killer food and its to die for? Then when you craving it afterwards your screwed because the place with said food is hours away and you have no idea when you will get it again? Yeah, that feeling? That’s the feeling I had at the end of Soulmates (book 2). I literally pestered Nadine to get my hands-on Fate and finally I have and just like with the food I was satisfied.
Fate was everything I hoped for and more. I literally sat down and read almost 500 pages without stopping. Nadine kept me on my toes and I never knew what was about to happen. In Fate Manda is like a bomb, in the wrong hands everything could go wrong. She fights it like crazy but sometimes you can’t beat fate. Alex though, is the steadfast bomb diffuser, he will do whatever it takes to keep Manda safe.. but will his efforts work?
You get to meet old and new characters in Fate. I totally fell in love with Queen B’s family and am crossing my fingers that Nadine writes their stories, because they are needed. You watch Jesse become a bumbling fool around a woman. A friend becomes a foe. We team up with unlikely allies. Lines are crossed and sides are taken. There is so much I could say about Fate, but I don’t want to give anything away, it’s a book you need to read on your own without a review giving you details. Dive in because I can promise you, you won’t be disappointed.
Here are two quotes that I loved from Fate;
“Love, hate, need, want, passion, fear—it’s what we’re made of. And I wouldn’t want it any other way. Because for a destined love, you have to climb some fences, even if they’re spiked with fate.”
“She was the girl my dad had warned me about— a beauty queen, from the horror movie scene.”