Vidal Mar 31, Dakota Star rated it liked it. The Best Books of Not a bad read but not one of anm better books in my opinion. Other books in this series. It was romance and mystery.
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Start your review of Twist of Fate Write a review Shelves: romantic-suspense , nerd-girl-gets-the-bad-boy Nothing burned more fiercely than the white hot fire of revenge. The fire of revenge for the various players in this story is so consuming that it destroys everything in its path, including innocent by-standers. True revenge does not leave room for anything else. This is precisely why Hannah Jessett is so weary of involving herself with Gideon Cage, who has been locked in a battle of revenge for Nothing burned more fiercely than the white hot fire of revenge.
This is precisely why Hannah Jessett is so weary of involving herself with Gideon Cage, who has been locked in a battle of revenge for nine obsessive years, and is now himself the target of it. Hannah does not want to end up a victim of this cross-fire but little does she know that she is being targeted herself for entirely different reasons by someone just as bloodthirsty for revenge against her. I found parts of Twist of Fate immensely enjoyable.
The banter between the protagonists had the kind of dry humor and sexual tension that makes me anticipate the ultimate coming together of the characters. Hannah Jessett is not a wholly likeable character but her spirit, intelligence, and her quirky nerd-girl eccentricities make her a delicious foil for ruthless corporate raider Gideon Cage.
Being inside of his mind was my favorite part of the book. She made him a living, breathing, human being with layers and complexities, not just a cardboard cut-out of a cold shark intent on winning at all costs nor did she make the inevitable sob story that makes up his background an emotional ploy for the reader to connect to him.
My problem with Twist of Fate was that the "mystery" part of the book was so transparent, it was easy to guess within the first few pages who was after Hannah and why. The ending also left me underwhelmed because it consisted of tedious, long dialogues and monologues explaining and dissecting each and every action and motivation for the villains, as well as how the protagonists ultimately got their ending.
Still, overall, a very different kind of romance book, which definitely held my attention to the end, a rare feat these days.
Twist of Fate
Twist Of Fate
Twist of Fate