Friday, October 11, 2013

Review ~ Changing Fate (Piper Anderson #3) by Danielle Stewart

To Piper Anderson, fate has always been that unavoidable circumstance that befalls a person. Some people are destined to be happy, and others, like Piper, have a rougher road. Each time she tries to step off her predetermined path in search of happiness, someone or something drags her back to it. Heartbroken after Bobby allows his own past to come between them, Piper is eager to leave Edenville behind.

With Jules as her companion, she heads back to New York, the place where it all began, in search of a piece of her history that isn't tarnished. Although finding the truth isn't nearly as difficult as Piper imagined it would be, she can't shake the feeling that what she has discovered may be too good to be true. Can Piper find what she is looking for and finally change her own fate?
I love this series. Piper, Bless her heart, has been through hell. She had a horrible childhood , with a deranged father whom tried to torture and kill her more than once. I admired our strong she is, she kept moving forward and learned to open her heart again. In book 3 Piper and Bobby started out being broken up because of their of differences of right and wrong. Piper believes there are lots of grey areas where Bobby believes everything is Black and White. Both of their childhoods led them to that conclusion. Bobby found out that his childhood memory wasn't exactly as it seems which makes him even more determined to prove he is right. Piper and Jules leave North Carolina to find Piper' s biological father. Jules has reasons for leaving that I never saw coming. Jules is great character, she is small town girl that is dramatic, but she loves wholeheartedly. She was hilarious to read about. Jules' s mother Betty, was another wonderful character, she was warm, loving, strong, funny, wise, caring, forgiving, supportive and understanding. This was a wonderful book filled with Romance and Suspense. I highly recommend this book.


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