Friday, May 2, 2014

Fate Intended by Elizabeth Seckman

Trip is the last of the Coulter sons to find love. He’s smart…he’s handsome…he’s a shadow op. He’s a man with all the skills a spy needs. But when it comes to relationships, he misses the target. 

Jane is sweet…she’s beautiful…she’s a cleaning lady. She’s a woman with all the skills a lady needs to sweep a man’s heart right into her hands. She may be wanted for murder, but she has her sights set on Trip. 

Trip sees her every day, but he never really sees her at all until fate and his bitchy girlfriend bring them together. Nothing about Olivia is average. Not her looks, her body, nor her obnoxiousness. 

When Olivia turns her full fury on Jane, it’s Trip to the emotional rescue. For him, it’s an opportunity to make amends. For Jane, it’s an opportunity to make dreams come true…to make reality as it was intended to be.

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Elizabeth divides her time between her beach cottage and her scrupulously clean house in the hills of West Virginia. 
Ooops. That's fantasy Elizabeth. The real Elizabeth spends her days schlepping after her four boys (five if you count their father) and the assortment of pets they swore they'd take care of. 

She does live in West Virginia; the house is clean when the mother-in-law visits; and she does have serious dreams of living at the beach. 
Elizabeth is a Marshall University graduate with a degree in counseling. This has proven very beneficial when dealing with the make-believe friends she hangs out with all day (she calls this 'writing').

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My Review:

I absolutely love this book, all of the books in this series. I fell in love with Elizabeth's writing back when I first read Past Due. I have cried, laughed, and yelled with each book. I love that all of the characters are alive, I can connect with them and their feelings.

In Fate Intended we follow the last Coulter brother, Trip. He is sexy, smart, and you'll fall head over heels in love right from the start.

Jane is a cleaning lady and is secretly crushing on Trip. When Trip's crazy girlfriend verbally attacks Jane Trip chases after her to apologize. His apology turns into a nice little chat which turns into a connection that he just can't pull away from. But their budding relationship just might not survive the secrets that they're each hiding.

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