Up until three days before her eighteenth birthday, Farris Landry's life fit neatly into three categories: consuming, troublesome and downright tricky.
Consuming because of the unnatural passion (obsession) she had for writing 'stories'.
Troublesome for the mother who descended into the realm of the insane right before her eyes.
Tricky when she found herself on her own, forced to carve out an existence by the skin of her teeth.
Farris quickly discovers that consuming-troubling-tricky is nothing compared to the Chaos that ensues after a visit to her grandmother. Determined to go on with her life, Farris finds out the hard way that sometimes, Fate has other ideas. In the blink of an eye, her life gets turned upside down: a tornado rips through town, her loft catches fire, and an explosion decimates her workplace.
A stranger, Emerson Ferrera, inserts himself into the violence, becoming guardian and protector. Farris begins to suspect her grandmother's warning of impending death might be more serious than she thought.
Tragedy and betrayal follow, throwing Farris into a tailspin. Will she be able to trust the stranger she's become close to, or will his deception tear them apart?
Find out if Farris' writing obsession is just a unique gift or a clue to a talent with a more supernatural twist in The Fate of Destiny, book #1 in the Fates series.
Fate of Destiny
Enjoyed the story but the abrupt ending was very irritating...
Really nice book it's so addictive !! I couldn't put it down :)
Cannot read it
I'll be honest, this might be a decent story, but I can't get past the title to even read the story. honestly, what author would choose "The Fate of Destiny" as a title??? while I understand that fate and destiny have some different connotations and associations, today they are used interchangeably, so technically the title makes no sense. it sounds like a poor attempt to sound mysterious and dramatic.