Friday, February 27, 2015

LISA'S REVIEW: Fate: Adam&Evette (Maya James)

The Maya James $0.99 Blog Tour. Fate: Adam & Evette will be $0.99 during the tour!


Fate: Adam & Evette 

Fate is a fast paced novella about two people from opposite ends of the country trying to support each other as friends while denying their instant attraction for one another.

Adam and Evette have both recently ended relationships that were never meant to last. Each of them is longing for something more intense and meaningful, and fate brings them together online in a support system for rebounding daters. The only problem—they’re perfect for each other but too far away to do anything about it.

Will they help each other find love with someone else, or will Fate completely take over their destiny?

- "In 117 pages this little story hits all the right notes. I was laughing out loud, smiling, cheering and sobbing."

- "If you do nothing else this week – put Fate on your list of books to read in 2015"

- "from about the 10% mark, i knew this was a 5-star book"


Well this book was amazing, right up until the end. I am so very pissed and sad about the ending. That being said this book is worth every second! I loved it and I love Maya James. This is so great. I want more of Adam and Evette now! I need it now. I want to know what happens next in Evette's life. I am so on edge. I want more. That is the only way to really describe this book. This book will leave you wanting more than most you will ever read. I love it and I know readers everywhere will love it too. I say go get it now! Don't wait and don't stop until you finish it! A great read from an even greater author!






Indie Author of contemporary romance and suspense novels

such as the Charity Series (Charity's Warrior, Charity’s Secrets, and Charity’s
Passion) and a novella titled Fate: Adam & Evette.

East coast born and raised, I'm married, extremely happily, with 4 kids, 3 of
which are now young adults (not sure when that happened).

I’m a COO in my technology-based "day job,” which requires a mix of
technical and creative writing for both internal and client-facing materials,
but it was not satisfying my artistic spirit. Writing the “Charity” series has
been absolutely fulfilling and exciting.

My favorite writing takes place on my phone while lying on the Southernmost
Beach in Key West, where I try to go at least twice a year.



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