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Fate (A Choices Novel) by [Lane, Sydney]
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Length: 229 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1564 KB
  • Print Length: 229 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Sydney Lane (20 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #541,079 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Wow... I loved choices but this mates it so much more interesting and heartbreaking. I heartily recommend that you read Fate if you enjoyed Choices but wanted to know more.
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5.0 out of 5 stars "What the heart has known, it will never forget." 25 Nov. 2013
By lori Smith - Published on Amazon.com
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I came across Choices as a freebie a while back, read it recently and loved it. When I saw Fate was being written and it was going to be in Brody's POV, I was excited ! I LOVE the male POV of a story. As a woman, I usually have the same feelings as the female POV, but it know and "understand" the male POV is exciting to me. I was always for Team Brody, cuz I love the "bad boy", but I loved Declan too. I was hurt for him during the whole book because from the first glance of Brody Quincy gave him, I knew that Quincy would choose Brody. I was angry at her for playing Declan and using him to "balance" her mind. Brody deserved her whole heart, not just a piece. When Quincy got the phone call during the middle of the night about her sister while in Brody's arms, I wanted to reach in the book and strangle her when she asked for Declan. Really?! Wtf. She had chosen Brody, but now she can't let him be the one to console her? So damn wrong! I cried with Brody after he closed the door and started crying. I don't like to spoil a book for someone who hasn't read it yet, so I won't say more than this, Brody has really grown up after this point in the book. He couldn't be any hotter, ok yes he could. Lol. I love the ending and hope we might see I little more of Brody and Quincy in the future ( hint hint Sydney. :).

"What the heart has known, it will never forget."
5.0 out of 5 stars A great read 25 Mar. 2017
By Brandi Schoenheit - Published on Amazon.com
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I loved choices and to read this from Brody's point of view was even better. I'm always skeptical about books redone from a different point of view. I'm afraid they will be the exact same book. But this was far from that. This was as if I hadn't read choices yet it was that good. I'd love to read more about Brody and Quince and their life though. I can never get enough of the characters in stories. This book was told beautifully and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
5.0 out of 5 stars Fell in love with Brody 26 Jun. 2014
By TIFFANY - Published on Amazon.com
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Let me just say it was nice to have the male perspective on love because we all know men don't share their feelings like we do. Even though this book picked up where Quincy's story left off I was glad to see Brody's journey through his eyes. And his struggles to deal with his feelings for her even though there was a consequence they both had endure. It took the loss of a loved one to bring them back to one another "fate". I also loved a lot of the sarcasm Brody had. I was also happy to see that they get a happy ending of their own. I wish that wasn't the end of their story because I have fallen in love with Quincy and Brody.
4.0 out of 5 stars Sweet Brody 12 Aug. 2014
By ANJasper - Published on Amazon.com
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I was so into Choices that I had to buy this to find out what happened. Sydney left me hanging and wanting more and boy did I get it in this book.

This book takes us back and tells the story from Brody's POV. While writing the same story from a different perspective doesn't always work, here it does. While there were times that he came of sounding a bit girly (he is not girly at all), it worked. Brody is actually a very deep character and it was refreshing to get his take on the whole thing.

He was enraptured by Quincy from the first time he met her but did his best to stay away because of how he knew Declan felt. However, there was something about her that he knew was worth the risk. My heart broke for him when it got back to the part of Katie and Q's reaction to it. I wanted to reach into the book and hug him better.

Whew, I let out an audible sigh when he ran to Q in the bar. I could just picture their reunion and it made me so happy. I was rooting for those two. They were both suffering but found a way to heal themselves and each other through their love.

I enjoyed the interactions between Brody, Seth, Eric and Declan. We even got to find out about why Eric made him & Jenna wait...
All of the characters give the story much more depth and meaning but don't detract from the main focus. They make the story more believable and easier to relate to the main characters. I can not wait to ready more from Sydney Lane. I want Seth's story (I know there is one there) and of course I have to know what happens with Declan.
5.0 out of 5 stars When FATE Intervenes 21 Nov. 2013
By CDB - Published on Amazon.com
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Author Sydney Lane takes her first book Choices (Quincey's story/POV) and turns it around 180 and gives us Brody's story (POV) in her new book Fate.
Genius...I say...I have read books with BOTH POVs in it but I don't recall ever reading a series written this way...Hers #1, His #2...I like it.
Follow Brody's journey as FATE intervenes on his behalf and puts the beautiful Quincey within his grasp. This couple has their share of ups & downs, anxiety & drama....but don't forget the most important...they are full of love for each other....watch as their future unfolds before your eyes.

"Fate steps in and does whatever she wants to. Yes, I said 'she'. That's because only a woman could be so damned temperamental yet so effin' right all the time."

(Quincey)"But we always had to do things backwards, didn't we?"

No, not backwards. Not even sideways. Fate just got it right....

Just like Sydney got it right...can't wait to see what she has in store for the rest of the group in the Choices Series.
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