Twist of Fate
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Ben Hart doesn’t do love. He’d been there, done that. The two times he’d chanced it, they’d both broken his heart. He has everything a Junior studying at The University of Arizona could want; a great fraternity house to live in, his best friend as a roommate, and more girls then he knows what to do with. Life is good. Even perfect at times, until the one girl from his past, walks back into this life, changing everything.
Paige Pearce has one goal - to get as far away from her old college as possible, desperate to forget the one night that should never have happened. Attending school with her older cousin Tommy 3,000 miles away, seems like the safest place to begin a new life. However she doesn’t bank on being drawn to the one boy she left behind years ago, and who just might be able to help save her, if she’ll let him.
This is a new adult book. Intended for audiences 17+
Not worth it
Terrible grammar, slow dull plot
Twist of Fate
I thought the general story line was cute, but the grammar really is awful. There are sentences missing words, but if you can see beyond that, it's an ok story.
I applaud that the author took time out of her life to write a book. That is to be commended . That said, the story dragged on for longer than necessary. I believe it was done to fill pages. The book is filled with errors that became very distracting. The author could use a great editor. I found the characters to be unbelievable. No two people could be that wishey washy and end up together. Furthermore, while I get that Paige had a scary past, no guy would stick around to be emasculated like Ben did. The 'villain' Cameron was cartoon like in his bad guy role and frankly it was silly for Paige to believe a guy that almost killed her was her problem alone and not something Ben could help her with. Better luck next book.