New Release + Review: Finding Fate by Kennedy L. Mitchell

 

 

Title: Finding Fate
Author: Kennedy L. Mitchell
Genre: Romantic Suspense
 Release Date: September 25, 2018
Blurb
Three men hunt her. Two determined to harm, one desperate to
save. Who will get to her first?
FINDING FATE is a sexy, standalone romantic suspense where
love grows in the most unlikely of places.
Master hacker Fate Haley has one objective on her mind –
vengeance. A year after an unthinkable tragedy destroys her family, Fate has
the two men responsible in her sights and a plan in place to ensure they won’t
slip through the CIA’s fingers again. At the edge of insanity, Fate’s prepared
to risk it all until he slips in one dark night set on saving her.
Nash Bartley enjoys his new gig with the Contract Special
Operations team. The constant travel and dangerous missions keep distance
between him and any potential long-term relationship. He’s done that before and
swore he’ll never do it again. Until the woman he’s sent to rescue blindsides
his heart, altering his outlook on love and the future.
Attraction sizzles the moment the two meet and affection
blooms during the long humid nights in the African jungle. When the evil zeroes
in, Nash is forced to sacrifice a piece of himself to protect the woman he’s
grown to love. But will it be enough to save them both? 
Can this unlikely duo abandon their wounded pasts and let go
of their secrets for a chance at a happily ever after?

 

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Julia’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:

When you are trying to survive and live, can love blossom in the most dangerous situations?

Finding Fate is a action packed and heart pounding journey for revenge for one and love for the other. Fate is a hacker, she’s good at what she does. Really good. After a devastating loss she seeks only revenge. Getting this revenge may cost her life, but she’ll do anything to make sure these scum get taught a lesson. Fate is one brave chick. The life she’s lived has been hard, the life she chooses to live for revenge is harder. After getting set up in her new accommodations, I’m trying to be so vague here so I don’t give too much away, we really see the determination and grit Fate has. A failed rescue brings her Nash. Nash is funny and tries to keep their spirits up and before long feelings develop. Feelings you may or may not expect in their situation. Some terrible stuff goes down, like for real. Fate has only Nash, and Nash has only Fate during the hell they face together.

Kennedy L. Mitchell knows how to tell a story. I was completely swept up in the mystery and intrigue and later the romance throughout the entire book. You are constantly kept on the edge of your seat waiting for the other shoe to drop. And when it does you are shocked. So many secrets and lies it was hard to figure out the truth before it was in your face. Fate and Nash have so many obstacles in front of them and yet they persevere. I fell deeply in love with Fate and Nash, both are so brave.

Fate wasn’t a victim, she was a survivor.

 

 

Purchase Links
$2.99 for release day ONLY!
AMAZON US / UK / CA / AU
Author Bio
I live in Dallas but I am not a Texan by birth, I am a transplant from Tennessee and married a true Texan so I had to stay. We live in a older home in Dallas proper with our son and goldendoodle (who is roughly the size of a pony).
 
Writing isn’t my day job, however it is my joy and favorite hobby. I enjoy sending my friends new chapters nightly and hearing their reactions the next day. That is why I write, being published is just a bonus really. My real job is the same every day, but at night I get to be someone else and write about all these fun adventures and sexcapades:) When I’m writing you can find me on the couch, earbuds in and a full glass of wine beside me. Music inspires my stores, at the end of each book I list the playlist that helped me through writing the novel.
 
When I am not working or writing, I am reading. I go through about 3 books a week and I am 100% sure that I’m that annoying person at book-club that gets on to people when they are not keeping up with the monthly readings or suggest the movie is as good as a book (Sometimes I wish I could vote those people out of book-club like they do on Survivor. “The tribe has spoken”).
 
My favorite authors that inspire my writing are: Colleen Hoover, Sarah J. Maas, Sandra Brown, and Rainbow Rowell.
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