“Fate’s Design”: Book Review Plus Giveaway Reminder!

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About Fate's Design

Fate Series Book One: A summer vacation in Italy with her twin sister, Morgan, is just what Megan Romano needs. But instead of fun, wine, and relaxation, she finds unexpected romance. Alexandros DiPiero, a sexy and mysterious Italian businessman, falls for Megan the minute he lays eyes on her, but Megan knows it’s too good to be true. Increasingly haunting dreams that warn of danger and destiny plague Megan’s every sleeping moment. As her nightmares become deadly and her love life heats up, Megan will come face to face with her worst fear. Buy on Amazon and Barnes and Noble

My Thoughts

I was very intrigued by this book. Everything from when Megan would get the eerie feeling someone was watching her to the excitement of being able to travel to Italy with her twin sister. There are plenty of twists and turns that kept me interested enough to continue reading. I am a huge fan of romance as well as the notion that someone's "fate" is predetermined. Both of these elements were well-developed within the story. I also appreciate how the author, Lola James, ended the book: with the answer to one "mystery" while leaving the reader hanging in anticipation of a major event which was about to happen. I am very much looking forward to the release of Book Two in this series!

Giveaway Reminder!

Last day to enter to win is May 31, 2012. Prize package consists of:

  • Nook Simple Touch OR $100 Amazon OR $100 Barnes & Noble Gift Card
  • Silver Love Knot Necklace
  • eBook of "Fate's Design"

Good luck!

Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. However, I did receive a copy of the ebook to read in order to facilitate the review.


  1. What a great review of this book! Love the sounds of it!

  2. Lola James says:

    So glad you liked my book! And your review rocks!!!

    • MatterofCents says:

      You’re welcome and thanks for stopping by! I definitely appreciate your feedback. 🙂

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