A Twist of Fate

A Twist of Fate was an enjoyable read. I liked how Arianna and Keldon overcame their difficulties and each other to find love. Arianna's fire and spunk was the perfect foil for Keldon's previous relationship with Annabelle. I did think it slightly problematic about Arianna's memory lapsing in and out, since it seemed to be more of a plot device than realistic. However, the rest of the story was well done and entertaining -- especially Leighton and his perpetual doubt. His skepticism balanced out the story and kept the plot going. Definitively a good read, it'll be interesting to see what Karen Michelle Nutt comes up with next.

Book Blurb for A Twist of Fate

Has a twist of fate sent her back in time? This is a question which plagues Arianna Ward when she wakes up to find her memory in fragments, like a long forgotten dream.

Everyone claims her name is Annabelle. The year is 1814 and she’s married to Captain Keldon Buchanan, a man who despises her. The more she learns about her life, the more she realizes why she’s chosen to forget it. She’s a liar and an adulteress. She doesn’t understand why she wanted to destroy her marriage when her heart tells her she belongs with Keldon.

Keldon harbors his own secrets. He's the Highland Pirate and secrecy is the difference between life and death. He doesn’t trust his wife, but he finds his heart softening to the woman his wife has become. If he didn’t know better, he’d swear he's married to another woman and he’s fallen in love with her.

Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2008 3.00