Wednesday, December 25, 2013

It Must Be Fate Review...


Sometimes the past becomes the future. 

Sandy Collins hadn’t thought about him is years. Not since their engagement had been broken. She’d built up her life and was a successful nurse. She didn’t lead the most exciting life, but she was happy. However that all changed at one staff meeting.

After the passing of his grandmother, Daniel and his daughter Keri have moved back to town and take up residence in her house. Things are looking up after several rough years, and on his first day of work at his new job, he gets an unexpected surprise—in walks a nurse he could never forget.

When Sandy comes to face-to-face with the man who tore her heart apart all those years ago, she finds herself in a mix of emotions. As much as she tries to fight it, the attraction is still there. Daniel makes it’s clear that he’s sorry and he wants another shot, and he’s willing to do whatever it takes.

Can Sandy resist when it seems as though fate is stepping in?


Lacey Wolfe has done it yet again in It Must Be Fate.  This is a companion novel to Bidding Wars that came out earlier this year but is twice as good.  This book will stick with me for a long time.

Daniel moves to town and becomes the new Doctor at the office where Molly (from Bidding Wars) and Sandy work.  He is a widowed father who wants to move on and Sandy just wants a normal life and to find a good guy to start a life with.  They both work in a busy field with her as a nurse and him as a doctor.

The struggle and emotion in this book is just wow...like blow your mind wow.  The characters, plot and thoughts emanate through the pages and you feel like it is you in this situation.  If you loved Bidding Wars then this book is a must read!  I thought Bidding Wars was intense but this one was ten times better.  This has got to be one of the best books I've read this year...so good I can barely put it into words obviously!

If I could I would give it infinite gold stars but we will stick with a 5 out of 5 shiny gold stars.