Freeing Destiny (The Fate Series Book 2)

Book Description

Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. Don’t break the rules. I’d managed to fail at both by fraternizing with the enemy’s brother. Guess I’d followed in my mother’s footsteps by ignoring all the rules when it came to love. 

Mom was marrying a man only six years older than me. A man who was also her student. But the biggest surprise that came out of their wedding wasn’t my new stepdad’s academic status or his age.  It was Jack Davis—my stepfather’s best friend. 

Jack was the guy who could change the whole game. He was quite possibly my soul mate. But time and circumstance were against us—there was no easy way around it. I was moving back to New York in two weeks and his sister, Aubrey, was the one person my family hated most in this world. How would his sister—the enemy—deal with another Edwards girl claiming what she believed was hers? The idea of letting Jack go crippled me. Would I have to cut ties with the only man I’d ever let into my heart? 

Book Review

This is the second book in the series and tells the story of Stella and Jack. When the two of them meet at her mother and his best friend's wedding, there is a lot of mutual attraction. However with Stella leaving to move across the country for college and Jack being firmly grounded in town, they both know that there's no future here. In a very adult like practical decision they decide to take one day at a time and enjoy the time that they do have together. 

Unfortunately life seldom has a way of sticking with the plan you made up. Stella falls hard for Jack and decides to stay back while her family moves till college actually begins in fall. Jack knows he loves her, but they have a deal and he does not want to hold her back from fulfilling her grand plan. That's when his psycho sister steps in to the picture again. With some really twisted ideas about why people are not taking her side, Aubrey decides to take matters in her own hands. 

The resulting drama makes both Jack and Stella realize what truly matter to them. It was a nice read, but in some cases the genuineness of the the relationship was a little frustrating. No one can be that perfect and that clueless! I found the first book better. 

Freeing Destiny (The Fate Series Book 2)

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