Found by Fate
by Lynn BurkeRoane Publishing
Will two men be Tessa’s ticket to freedom – or her one way trip to eternal damnation?
Tessa’s life beneath the strict rules of her parents’ cultish church leaves her longing for independence. Her boring, small-town checkout lane job barely covers the bills, let alone fulfill her wants and desires.
Until the weekly visits of god-like Trent and Brody have her dreaming of a Tessa sandwich with both sensual men as her bread.
Fantasies may be a pastime of the wicked, but when Trent asks her on a date—with both him and Brody—Tessa decides to take a chance, knowing the purity of her soul is at stake. Will these two men be her ticket to freedom – or her one way trip to eternal damnation?
DISCLAIMER: I received an e-ARC of this book, via giveaway, from RoanPublishing. Also, I am technically still on hiatus, but decided to get this out of the way.
My Review: This is the second book in the Found by Fate series. This is an erotica novel, which brings me out of my usual comfort zone, just a bit. The cover is a great picture of the situation, not to mention look at the men. I went in and out of the book with quite a few restrictions. I was not completely blind going into this novel. I knew what to expect and even then I was shocked.
Since this is an erotica, you can expect the steamy, smutty details to be in there. Do not try to make me choose between Brody and Trent, because I do not know which I prefer. Tessa is described to be quite the catch, it is no wonder these two men are smitten with her.
My Rating: 3.5 of 5 Stars.
This was a a very quick read, in spite of my latest hardships to get a book finished (not going into detail). I gave this rating because I feel it was a bit too much steam and smut for my taste, and there was quite a bit language (also a personal preference). But all in all, a good quick read, if you are looking for something to tickle your fancy and craving. I will say that I kind of wish I had read the first book, perhaps I would have a better feeling about the plot, unless this can be read as a stand-alone.