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Falling Into Fate by [Dragon, JM]
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  • File Size: 619 KB
  • Print Length: 232 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Affinity E-Book Press NZ Ltd; 2 edition (February 6, 2012)
  • Publication Date: February 6, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00772YS3O
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Do you believe in spirits? Lorna Hirste does and it put her in a mental hospital.

Lorna believes she hears voices that tell her which tombstones are going to be desecrated and she has to go to cemeteries to protect them. Unfortunately, that led to an accidental killing and Lorna being unfairly confined for fifteen years. Jenny Price donates time from her law practice to correct cases like Lorna's and, when she is able to obtain Lorna's release, Jenny feels responsible for helping her client to readjust to regular life. Susan Stark is a newspaper reporter and simply wants to write what appears to be an interesting story, if she can just get around Jenny's protective instincts. Susan and Jenny are drawn to each other despite their constant sparring and find themselves involved in an investigation of Lorna's abilities. When Susan has an opportunity to report from the frontlines in Afghanistan, the forced distance makes Jenny and Stark reassess their relationship. Both of them have been robbed of their ability to trust in other people and what happens to Stark in the war won't help.

Falling Into Fate has a number of interesting threads in the story. It starts with an investigation into the paranormal, but it doesn't stop there. Other threads include the responsibility of the press, the damages that can be done to people in relationships and the tragic costs of the war in Afghanistan. The threads twine together to create a story that is engrossing and well told. It's not that one part of the story is more compelling than another or that the characters are more unusual than in any other book. It's the way the pieces blend to tell the story that makes the book worth reading.
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The story begins as Lorna Hirst is released from a mental institution where she has been incarcerated for the last fifteen years for murdering a man in a cemetery. Jenny Price is Lorna's lawyer and has worked hard to obtain Lorna's release back into society. Entering into the story is Susan Stark a journalist who has been assigned to tell the story of Lorna, who was previously nicknamed the Gravekeeper. Jenny and Susan feel an attraction between them, but are constantly at loggerheads. They join together with a professor, Andy from the university to try to solve why Lorna is hearing voices telling her to keep graves safe from vandalism. Then Susan is given the opportunity she has been waiting for to further her career. But the assignment is in Afghanistan This gives both Jenny and Susan the chance to step back and look at what they want from each other.
A really well put together story that kept me rapidly reading through to find out the ending. It's on my to read again shelf.
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A good story. A little touch of paranormal (just a little), then a little touch of harsh reality (war) which was unexpected but welcomed. I've liked the characters, especially Susan. Good read.
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“Falling into Fate”, is another wonderfully written and gentle romance by JM Dragon….. you will enjoy it, it is a must read!!
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