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Sunday, November 11

Review: Fate by Elizabeth Reyes

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Title: Fate

By: Elizabeth Reyes

Series: Spin off of The Moreno Books Series

My Copy: Ebook from Author

BookWhisperer Rating:

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When Rose tagged along with her big sister to a baby shower the last thing she expected was to meet a guy. But this wasn’t just any guy. This was the exciting, sexy as sin, way out of her league black sheep of his family--Vincent Moreno. Even more surprising, this heart-stopping bad boy seemed interested in her.

Fate always had a way of interfering in Vince’s best-laid plans. His forced attendance to his annoyingly perfect cousin’s baby shower was no different. He was sure to be bored out of his skull, but instead, he met sweet little Rosie Zendejas.

What begins as an unlikely friendship between two very different teens turns into one of the most intense and passionate relationships that neither ever saw coming. But just like it had so many times in Vince’s troubled past, Fate steps in once again, threatening to take away the one thing he can’t seem to even breathe without now—Rose.

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When I found out that the next spin off of would be about Rose and Vincent, I was apprehensive.  While reading about Sal and Grace, Rose and Vincent just didn’t seem like they would have a good love story.  But I was wrong!

Reyes can do no wrong in my eyes.  I have never been disappointed in any of her wonderful books; Fate is no exception.

Vincent’s character is very much like his Moreno cousins’ characters.  Once Reyes introduces him and you get to know him, nothing in the world can stop your love for this character.  Rose’s character is just the same as Vincent.  I found that absolutely loved them together! 

But, just like in life, bumps in the road knock everything off of course and in this book you feel every emotion that each character experience. Reyes throws the reader for curvy balls throughout the story but it will keep you hooked.

If you loved everything that Reyes has written (and I have), you will no doubt love the story between Vincent and Rose.

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