Review

I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

I always love a good second chance romance. Most of the time, I get that kind of story in contemporary romance. However, it’s also great to read that trope in paranormal romance novels. That seems to be the arc for Master Of Fate. The main characters were in love a long, long time ago until circumstances tore them apart. They both endured their individual pain and suffering as a result of that separation.

After a long time, they are once again brought together by fate. I like that both characters didn’t dick around on their feelings. They both had experiences that changed them and made them into different people from who they once were. However, beneath all that, it was obvious right away that they still loved each other. Now, it’s just a race against time in figuring out who was trying to hurt them. Also, their journey now included being able to heal each other.

This isn’t my first Linsey Hall book, and I have to say that I truly enjoy this series. I don’t have a long list of PNR authors that I know I can depend on, and she is on that list. The last time I reviewed a book from this series, I resolved to read this series from the beginning. Now, I resolve to look out for more books from this series. It’s just a good PNR story that’s fresh and really easy to get into.

Reading Order [book-series]

Book 1 – Braving Fate

Book 2 – Soulceress

Book 3 – Rogue Soul

Book 4 – Stolen Fate

Book 5 – Fate Undone

Book 6 – Master Of Fate

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