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Winner, 2012 RWA Silken Sands Award for Best Short Story

"An e-book gem. This novella has it all: Greek mythology, sexy gods and a rekindling that cause e-readers to spark." - Jessie Potts, USA Today

"A fast-paced story filled with love, loss, vengeance, and guilt of the past." - Romance Junkies

From the Author

Much is known about the Greek goddesses of fate, yet much of that knowledge is a dichotomy. While the Fates are often depicted as lame hags, they took part in many battles as warriors. The more I learned about these influential goddesses, the more I craved their stories to be told. And so Unspun was born: a series of three novellas, each giving a Fate her love story, and each written by a different author. I found it to be an intensely enjoyable effort with fellow paranormal romance authors, Rachel Firasek and Elle J Rossi.

In Stealing Fate, you'll read the story of Lachesis and Phobos, the Greek god of terror. There is no mythological evidence to support Lachesis and Phobos hooking up. But, there is also no evidence that they didn't, and so their story begins...

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  • File Size: 1395 KB
  • Print Length: 78 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Surprisingly Adequate Publishing (February 1, 2014)
  • Publication Date: February 1, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008ACMLUC
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  • Lending: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #776,869 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lydia Perversius on September 9, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
“You are only a prisoner in the sense that if you run, I will follow. I’ll be right behind you, doing everything in my power to earn your forgiveness. I love you too much to let you go.” – Phobos

Don’t you just love when, between books that really make you want to bang your head on the wall, you get stories that feel like a breath of fresh air? Stories like this one, for example…

Lachesis – who lately answers to the name Lacey – had to betray the one man she ever loved in the past. Add to her regrets the fact that said man has been hunting her around ever since, and you get why she’s not so eager to meet up with him again. Phobos, on the other hand, is out for blood – particularly that of a certain Fate’s. Problem is, when he finally finds her, he’s not so sure he wants her really dead after all. And Lacey is getting tired of running away already…

Seeing as this was a short story, there is not much to say. Other than compliments, that is! Because – God bless you, Mrs. Rae – I really needed this kind of story lately, especially after all these books focusing on a collection of the most annoying heroines ever!

Lacey was a sassy, funny heroine, sarcastic and witty despite the danger she was in. She was feminine in her affections towards Phobos, but she also had strong survival insticts. So her heart and mind were always at war – though they didn’t make her act like a bipolar teenager like the women I’ve been reading about lately…

Then there was Phobos, one of the most delicious fictional hunks I’ve ever had the pleasure of “meeting”.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By April Reynolds on March 24, 2014
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thisstory is about a fate that crossed terror even though their love is great his need for vengeance is greater, but what happens if you kill someone you love? This story has a few twists but is pretty good all in all. the characters are well defined and the story is well written. Thegods as always must intervene but whati s the cost? What is one person willing to do to save their own soul?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By anastasia on March 19, 2014
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The story is quite interesting right from the start. The only problem (for me at least) was that the characters’ appearance, all dressed up in leather, reminded me of some old series about Ancient Greek heroes and Gods(see Xena warrior princess). Apart from that, the story continues with a twist and ends even better. My favourite character I must say was Phobos, who shows both the cruel and the romantic side of a dreamy man. In general, it was a pleasant book to read, with both romance, revenge, and a humorous touch at times.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Myrt on March 11, 2014
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Lachesis is the middle sister of the three Fates of mythology. She is the one who determines the lifespan of each being. Carrying such lofty responsibility, a girl can use a break once in awhile which is how we find Lachesis or Lacey as she prefers to go by, hanging out at a Goth bar in the Mortal Realm looking for a good time. What she finds instead is the god of war's son, Phobos, also known as Terror, a good-looking badass with a personal grudge against this particular Fate.

This is a steamy adventure with the two immortals using epic fighting as foreplay before diving into a passionate and intense romance. This short novella is one of three novellas focusing on each of the three Fates. It's a sexy and fun look at a major figure in Greek mythology.

I received this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Roger Hawkins on March 8, 2014
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This is my first time reading Rachel Aukes. I enjoyed the blending of Greek mythology into modern day characters. I liked the romance, but my favorite part involves a plot twist that I don't want to disclose. The characters were very likable and well defined. I can't wait to read her next book.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S'KaraBear on January 6, 2013
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Five stars for stealing my heart! It was amazing and I couldn't put it down! You can literally feel their love for each other and their inner conflict with their feelings. I honestly and truly can't find a thing wrong with this novella. I recommend this for older teens to adults who have a love for Greek Mythology and romance like myself. A truly satisfying novella!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 5, 2012
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When I heard about this series of novellas in the works I was very excited that I would be introduced to two new authors. This is the first time I've read Berinn Rae, and I loved what she brought to this series! These are the stories of the three Fates; life, destiny, and death. This is the the story of Lachesis aka Lacey, the Fate of destiny and Phobos the Greek god of terror.

Centuries ago Lacey betrayed her one true love Phobos, after which time Phobos was banished from Olympus along with his twin brother Deimos also known as Fear. They were stripped of their godly gifts and sent to earth. Phobos swore vengeance against Lacey for her betrayal. Over the centuries the two have engaged in somewhat of a game of cat and mouse, and Lacey always slipping away. This time it wouldn't be so easy, Lacey is sent to earth, and dropped right in the middle of a night club practically face to face with Phobos. This time Phobos' prey won't slip away so easily.

Berinn Rae did an excellent job with this story in setting it up, and the writing was clean, and the character development was great! I really enjoyed Lacey who is sassy, strong, and quick witted. I loved the contrast between she and her sister Chloe, and I think that's one of the things I really enjoy about this series, is that each author brings something different to the table, and I have really enjoyed them so far. I also thought Phobos was presented very well, he just oozed dangerous sexuality from the moment he appeared in the story, YUM! I was kinda sad when this story was over, I found myself invested in the characters very quickly. Berinn Rae has a great voice, and I really look forward to more from her.
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