They say, once a hero always a hero and nothing could be more true for Jimmy. When Jimmy receives a call from an unknown number, he wastes no time in saving the damsel in distress.
Emma has made one bad decision after another. When a man 20 years older than her saves her from her latest bad decision, she wants to stay safely wrapped around him.
When the world throws them together then rips them apart, they must decide if what they feel is worth taking a chance on.
Fate is the third book in the series. I liked the premise of the former SEAL helping about his friend’s sister and him being so much older than she was. I wanted to love this book because it normally is something that I would have enjoyed. But I think some of the secondary characters just took over and took away from my enjoyment of the story, for me the twin tornadoes (if you read the book you will understand) were annoying and I didn’t like them, and no it has nothing to do with their relationship either. I liked both Jimmy and Emma and they are what kept me reading their story, the chemistry between them is apparent from the start even when Emma just goes through something horrific. Over all Fate was an okay read for me, but I am not sure if I will continue reading more books in this series or not.
Raised all over the country, I'm a interesting mix of East Coast meets West Coast with a little bit of Southern thrown in, just for good measure. I married a sexy man in uniform who let me spawn and am now raising a mutinous army of hell raisers that I created myself, all while he defends our country. I drink too much coffee until it's late enough to drink too much wine and am sexually frustrated for your freedom. If you see me online, I'm probably sitting in a closet, hiding from my kids.
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Fluent in sarcasm, Supernatural, and song lyrics, I like talking to people and finding what makes them tick, though that probably has to do with the Psychology degree. I’m up before the sun because my kids don’t sleep, chugging tea and coffee to keep my eyes open and my brain semi functional. Being married to a man in uniform means I’ve lived a lot of places, survived seeing my husband for half the amount of time I’ve been married, and spent a lot of time raising my kids alone.
I love to write messed up psychos with lots of angst, happily ever afters that have to be worked for. Women with sass and backbone, men with a twisted hero complex and the need to control are my favorite to read as well as write.