Fate. It can be both a blessing and a curse, as it very powerfully demonstrated to the heroine of this novel, Megan. Megan grew up a twin with her older sister Morgan, and both girls had a very normal life in Southern California until Morgan wins a competition that flies both girls to Italy for the summer. Both girls go, thinking of the fun Italian adventures they will have, only to return home in the fall. But fate has other things in store for the girls, and upon landing in Italy, their fates are revealed in gut wrenching twists and turns. Can one change the plans that fate has in store? That is a question for the ages. Megan must learn to embrace her fate in order to save not only herself but humanity as well.
Toss in some vampires, a few angels and cherubs, and a few other supernatural beings, and the story takes a very interesting and exciting turn. At once heartwarming and delightful, but also sad and heartbreaking in turn, Fate’s Design is a brilliantly crafted novel that, once the other novels are completed, will be a great adventure for any reader. My one complaint is minor: I have to wait for the next book to continue the story!
A summer vacation in Italy with her twin sister, Morgan, is just what Megan Romano needs. But instead of fun, wine, and relaxation, she finds unexpected romance. Alexandros DiPiero, a sexy and mysterious Italian businessman, falls for Megan the minute he lays eyes on her, but Megan knows it’s too good to be true.
Increasingly haunting dreams that warn of danger and destiny plague Megan’s every sleeping moment. As her nightmares become deadly and her love life heats up, Megan will come face to face with her worst fear.