Rating: 5/5 Stars Review: I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review. I FRIGGIN LOVED THIS BOOK!!!! It was beautiful. I loved the mythology and the suspense. There was action and romance. This book had one of the sweetest scenes that I have ever read in my life, I was tearing up. A Beautiful Fate also had one of the most ginormous cliffhangers ever!! I literally yelled out "NOOOOOOOO!". I need book two stat!!i don't think that I can wait!!, and the mythology is so different, well not different but the characters aren't who you would expect. Oh Ava! I loved her. She had a great life and then it was ripped away from her and I loved watching her slowly try to piece it back together. Se is so strong and brave. We didn't give up when others would have. She would and did do anything in her power to keep her friends and family safe. I could connect with her and her love for reading! I'm. N love with Ari!!! He is so sweet and genuine and sexy!! He is willing to wait forever for Ava if he has too. The romance and sexual tension is off the charts. A Beautiful Fate was an amazing read and I can't wait to grab A Broken Fate. I want to learn more of the mythology aspects. Plus hello? What was with that ending?? I'm so mad!!! I NEED A BROKEN FATE ASAP!!! I must find out what happens. I would absolutely recommend this book, basically to anyone who loves mythology, action, suspense, romance and an amazing read!!! Teaser
Ari and I lay interwoven together in bed. I felt his hand run down the length of my back. I blinked my eyes open. It was only two in the morning. “When is doing something you know is wrong the right thing to do?” he asked. Snuggling deeper into his chest, I thought about his question. I knew what was worrying Ari. Could I do it, could I kill? Everyone comes from somewhere. Some of us come from good and others from bad. The best part about life is that we have the ability to rise above the situation we find ourselves in; we are dealt certain cards, yes, but we don’t have to cheat to win. My father made the wrong choice; Andy made the right one. I hoped I would make the right ones, too. We were at war, a silent war that would not be reported on the news or told in any history books. The first battle was with ourselves as we decided how to deal with our internal conflicts on a day-to-day basis. Should I choose what’s right or should I choose what’s wrong? Unfortunately, the line between right and wrong isn’t always cut and dried. The Kakos came from bad, the lowest of the low, and decided to try to go lower. They are direct descendants of Hades. Their blood is not watered down or tainted. They are literal spawns of Satan. They possess no soul and therefore feel no grief or regret for their actions. The Kakos’ ultimate goal is to live forever on earth. They escaped from hell eons ago, tracked down and tricked a descendant of a Fate, who agreed to allot them more time. They followed this pattern for centuries until finally, the idea came to them that if there were no Fates, there would be no more cutting of their threads, and they would be free to live on earth forever. They then set out to kill every descendant from Clotho, Atropos and Lachesis they could find until they got to my father, the last known Fate on earth. He had made a covenant with the Kakos and then had broken his promise. As a result, the Kakos had declared war on every last Greek descendant. The Greeks could side with the Kakos or they could die. I was the only weapon the Greeks had, but what do I know about war? I’m a seventeen-year-old girl. I have not yet discerned the path my life will take...and I am supposed to go up against the devil’s brood? If I fail, I die. Eventually the Kakos will come for Andy, Aggie and Ari and everyone I love. Andy will have to choose whether to side with the enemy and spare his family’s life, or accept death. In my heart, I knew Andy would never back down and that his family would die a horrible death because of his decision. If I hunted the Kakos down, then I would have blood on my hands. I would be a murderer, a sinner, and a criminal. I decided to refuse to murder anyone in cold blood. I saw myself as good and I did not want to tarnish my soul. Ari had asked me how a person knows when the wrong thing to do is right. And I answered: “If I must do wrong to save someone I love, it is right. I will not murder anyone, Ari...but I will kill to save you.” I will protect my people, but I will not go out in search of blood.
Ava: “I hate death -- it’s so permanent and so unfair.” “Je t’aime aussi.”Ari : ““I love the girl that’s in my bed.” “Your skin is soft and I can’t seem to keep my hands off it.”
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