Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Review: Fighting Fate by Linda Kage

Fighting Fate by Linda Kage

Forgiving your brother's murderer may be noble, but falling in love with him borders on betrayal.

When Paige Zukowski enrolls at Granton University in honor of her dead brother, she has no idea fate will land her on the same campus with the very guy who killed him. But Logan Xander isn't quite the murderer she's always believed him to be.

A day hasn't passed since the tragedy that Logan doesn't wish he could go back and undo everything. It doesn't take Paige long to realize he's suffered as much as she has. Forgiving him for ruining her life might not be so impossible after all. But when she actually starts to like him and realizes he likes her in return, their true anguish begins.

My Thoughts:
I adored this book. It was sweet, heartbreaking, tragic, and wonderful. One event three years ago changes both their lives forever. Logan is responsible for the death of Paige's brother and she wants nothing to do with him but they keep getting thrown together. They each have all these feelings that make complete sense. You hurt for both of them and wonder how they could possibly get past things to be together. There were parts that were funny also. This line made me giggle because I had a roommate like this: "She didn't like to judge, but she was a little scandalized her roommate could be such a ho-bag and act so proud of it." Well written with intriguing characters. An all-around great book.

My Rating: *****
Steam Factor: !!!
*Notes: Some strong language, attempted rape.

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