- Release Date
- March 2019
- Book 1 of Fated
Contemporary Romance, Fantasy Romance, Paranormal Romance
Kaida Galloway has dreamed about him all her life. Her mysterious stranger, a man who's not real, yet knows everything about her—including the weird anomalies she's dealt with since a teenager like her ability to manipulate water. When a letter arrives from a birth mother she's never met, she jumps at the chance to get answers. Heading to Six Fates Island, she discovers she has two sisters who've, apparently, been waiting for her. They seem to think she's a key to unlocking a centuries-old curse. Oh, and that she's a witch. As if that wasn't crazy enough, the man of her dreams is, in fact, flesh and blood. And their chemistry is creating some serious magic.
Destiny waits for no one...
Brady Meath's childhood was steeped in island lore. One of his ancestors killed a Galloway during a witch trial, and for three-hundred years, the two households have been at odds. Legend states when three-by-three from each family are born, the spell that has riddled both lines with the inability to find and keep love can be broken—if they can join forces in performing fated tasks. Brady and his brothers never believed the myth. Until he comes face-to-face with the very woman who's haunted him in sleep. And her powers. Now they're in a race against the clock and fighting a brotherhood of hunters to fulfill their part or future generations are doomed. The first task belongs to Brady and Kaida, but Fate can only take them so far. Can love do the rest?
May 28, 2019 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
67 people found the following review helpful
BEWITCHED is the first book in the Fated series, and we start off with the youngest sister who knows nothing about who she is. Kaida is searching for her family. She has always known she was adopted, and her search has landed her on Six Fates Island. There she finds a great (many times over) aunt, and two sisters. Oh, and she finds out she has magical abilities too!
Brady has shared dreams with Kaida for years, but neither of them thought the other was real. Brady is the opposite side of the coin to Kaida, he has no magical abilities and is from a family of witch hunters.
These two fit like perfect jigsaw pieces. So very different, and so right for each other. I loved how their story was written, with no unnecessary fighting or squabbles. Instead, the focus remained on them trying to succeed at opening their box.
The relationships between all six of our main characters was brilliant--they built up slowly, and definitely leave you wanting to know more.
An easy-to-read style of writing that is full of action and attitudes! There were no editing or grammatical errors that I noticed, and the pacing was smooth with no plot-holes.
Absolutely recommended by me, and bring on book 2!
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