Tuesday, September 29, 2015


Well, I did not get my errands done.  I will try again tomorrow.  My throat is so sore.  I think my father has given me his bug.  I am just upping my fluid intake.  At least chocolate still tastes good! We have had some new visitors this last week to my blog!  I want to say welcome and thank you for visiting!  You can become a member by clicking the box on the right hand side or signing up via email.

Fated by Sarah Fine is the third and final book in the Servants of Fate series. Aislin Ferry is the Charon and Jason Moros is the Lord of the Kere.  A war is coming and they will have to work together to prevent it and the complete unraveling of the loom of fate.   Moros’ knows that one of his sisters, Eris has turned against him, but he is not sure if any others have or not.  What can be done to stop the rise of Chaos?  Aislin is also experiencing mutiny within the Ferry family and company.  It is going to take everyone working together against their enemies to protect themselves and humanity.  But will everyone make it out alive?

I am sure that the above summary does not make a lot of sense, unless you have to have read the other books in the series.  If you have not read the other books, you will not understand what is happening in Fated.  I did like seeing a different side of Jason Moros (a softer side) as well as Aislin.  Eli, Cacia, Galena, and Declan all return in this novel to help with the ultimate fight.  I did not enjoy Fated as much as the first book in the series.   The ending was not unexpected or surprising.  I give Fated 3.75 out of 5 stars.  It is an interesting series, but it did not live up to its potential.  Fated contain some explicit sex and extreme violence.  Fated is available on Kindle Unlimited (if you are a member or you can enjoy the 30 day free trial).  

I received a complimentary copy of Fated from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

I am currently reading Anna's Healing by Vannetta Chapman (which will be out on October 1, 2015).  If you enjoy Amish fiction and cozy mysteries, check out Murder, Plainly Read by Isabella Alan.  It will be out on October 6, 2015!  Have a great evening.  Take care, relax, and Happy Reading!

The Avid Reader

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