Sunday, January 12, 2020

Review: Touched by Fate (A Brides of the Low Country Short Story) by Preslaysa Williams

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About the book:
Analyn Richards likes life the way she likes her wedding planning business—orderly and predictable. All doubts aside, getting engaged to the successful man she’s been dating is the natural next step, right?

But on her wedding day uncertainty makes an unscheduled appearance. She finds herself deciding whether to go along with her wedding as planned or whether to make another choice.

Will this perfectionist find the courage to take a chance on the unpredictable?

My rating:
1 star
(Didn't like)
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My thoughts:

I really struggled to review this as it was an incredibly short novella and while the story could have been cute, there were several things in the story of which I wasn't a fan...including some sexual innuendos and curse words. I never connected to the characters and maybe that is because there were too many things in the story that I didn't like, so I couldn't get invested in what was going on. Sorry to say, but this one wasn't a story for me and I don't recommend it based on the content.

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Amazon (aff link), Goodreads

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