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Creating Fate by [Firasek, Rachel]
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I hope you all enjoy reading Creating Fate as much as I did writing it.

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  • File Size: 267 KB
  • Print Length: 86 pages
  • Publisher: Naedge Publishing (June 1, 2012)
  • Publication Date: June 1, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0088ENQYM
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This novella speeds along with sexual tension, danger, a hot ass hero with secrets to spare, and the woman he meets on the bus who trumps his secrets with a mega ton of her own.

Chloe and Dane's chemistry sizzles and their story will carve a place in your heart. From meddling parents who happen to be gods, drug dealing baddies, and the baggage the two main characters carry, this novella pack a punch! Excellent world building and use of Greek mythology.

Seeing Zeus as a father and not just as the guy on Olympus hitting people with random lightning bolts or seducing maidens was fun....seeing Chloe talk back to him was even better.

Thoroughly enjoyable read. I'm excited to see the installments in this trilogy from the other two authors.
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As a rule, I try to avoid romance novels. First of all, they're just not my bag. Give me action, blood and guts, sci-fi ... hell, give me a restaurant menu, and I'll probably enjoy it more than a romance novel.

Second, most romance novels aren't written for me. That's fine. I'm not the target audience and I don't feel slighted in the least. Well ... perhaps a little ... but that's neither here nor there. I'm sure if more men purchased romance novels, there'd be a whole slew of books written for them. Until then, nothing's going to change.

Most of all, though, I avoid romance novels for one big reason: the little voice in my head that insists I could teach that male character a thing or two about romance in the `real' world. But since it isn't a fair competition--he's in the book and I'm not--I'm going to take my ball and go home.

LOL

The truth is, I picked up this novella for one reason: I love Rachel Firasek. No, I don't mean "love" love (we're both married to other people, so that would be kinda awkward ... although it's probably been the storyline for many a romance novel, huh?) I mean love love (which is not to be confused with love "love" or even "love love" and don't get me started on italics).

Anyway, Rachel is several hundred kinds of awesome and I've been dying to read her stuff--but there's one problem: all that frakkin' romance. It literally makes my skin crawl. No joke. I just typed the word and I'm itchy and twitchy and scratching like a meth addict. (Apologies to meth addicts everywhere for the humor at their expense.)

I believe in the power of stretch goals, so, when "Creating Fate" was released, I said "f**k it" and bought the damn thing.
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This is my first time reading anything from Rachel Firasek. Man was it good! Better than good! I read it so fast I think I got whiplash! I could not put it down for a second. I love anything and everything about Greek gods, the fates and any and all that is Greek history. She wrote us a fun, mysterious, sensual, surprising and exciting story that leaves the reader craving more.
I'll be following this series like a hound!
4.5 rounded to a solid 5 read. By the way... Dane is HOT! Just thought you should know that ;)
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I liked it a lot, better than I've liked most books on Greek mythology lately (I feel it's the go to mythology therefore overused). Easy to fall into and I can see myself reading more of her work.
Also, love the cover.
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I was so excited when I got the request for the three Unspun books in my inbox. They are novellas from three different authors who have each written a love story about one of the Fates. I love reading various authors spins on mythology. Creating Fate did not disappoint. Clotho who is going by Chloe is the bearer of beginning. She creates new life for her role as a Fate.

Chloe has not been happy as of late. She has lost her love, a mortal man whom she was deeply in love with. As a Fate it is something that she would have thought her and her sisters would have seen coming and thus prevented it. This is not the case for Chloe, but her father Zeus sees an opportunity to test her and get her out of the funk that has been bringing her down for far too long. He sends her to the mortal plane to find her sisters and bring them home.

Dane is not what he seems on multiple different levels. There are also many different facets to his personalities. His tender caring side is the first side that Chloe sees when he sits next to her on a bus. He is desperately trying to cheer up the beautiful woman who is crying next to him. His attention to her also brings the attention of some very bad people. A hastily made decision soon finds them fleeing drug lords and running for their lives.

I really liked Dane. He is very intense. He is exactly what Chloe needs to get her back to a better happier place. She has to put the past behind her and learn to trust again. Dane makes this both difficult and easy for her. He is caring and compassionate, yet he also is exactly what put her through the sadness that she is currently experiencing. I liked the heavy contrast there. It made for some intensely emotional reading.

I'm looking forward to reading the next Fate.
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