He was the perfect gentleman, and my parents adored him. In time, I learned to adore him too. I married him. He was my forever.
Until the day he hit me.
Five years went by with the speed of a ticking clock, counting down my life one painful second at a time.
Until Danny. Danny saw me. Danny was my hero.
Danny was the one I was supposed to be with. But now I’m broken, shattered into pieces too jagged to fit back together.Isn’t that what fate is? Puzzles fit together by an unseen hand to form a life worth living. So when fate makes a mistake, who fixes it?
Brandace Morrow is a full time mom of four, and currently stationed overseas with her sexy soldier. Her recent obsessions are Maroon 5, Luke Bryan, The Pretty Reckless, rum and coke, and reading, in no particular order. Despite being terribly awkward with social media, she’s everywhere. Frequently subjecting the public to pictures of her minion’s messes, and everything that is momdom in the Morrow house.
A heartwarming story of growth and learning to trust again, with wonderfully written characters and unexpected twists that keep you on the edge of your seat.
Kinley is damaged in a way that anyone who has ever been in an abusive relationship can identify with. Her escape had me holding my breath, praying she’d make it.
Danny is an unlikely hero with a loving, though unconventional, extended family.
I absolutely loved Lu. A pushy best friend is sometimes exactly what you need, and she plays a pivotal role in this story.
Once I started reading Fate’s Mistake, I couldn’t put it down. Morrow created a story that pulls you in, and holds you hostage until the very last page. The end had me in tears simply because it was the end.
Review by Jai