At first, Fate’s Betrayal started out pretty good. I liked the pacing of the story, and the storyline was pretty interesting. The first few chapters kept me reading. Unfortunately, as I got half way through the book, I lost interest. There’s nothing wrong with the story itself or the writing, it’s just that I lost interest in the story, which wasn’t for me. Even though I did finish the book, I didn’t enjoy it like I thought I would in the beginning.
Brooke, who is very fashion savvy, meets Riley, a very handsome musician. At first, Brooke really dislikes Riley because of their personality clash, but as she delves into Riley’s world she can’t help but be attracted to him. What they have together is very beautiful and amazing. Can they stay together when life gets complicated?
Desire and despise. Two insanely contradicting emotions that the dark haired, well-built, irrefutably handsome musician Riley evokes in simple but attractive, fashion savvy, Austinite Brooke. Initially unequivocally turned-off by the brash but striking Riley she develops a fascination for his seductive charms as Riley reels Brooke into a world of ravenous love she never knew existed. What they create together is oh-so-much more than beautiful music. It's a roller coaster ride of awe-inspiring and heartbreaking emotion, passion, hidden secrets and an ending that will leave you utterly breathless. The way they become eternally bound sets the heart afire when fate unleashes the ultimate betrayal.