Fate is exactly what the title indicates. It is about fate. This is not your usual kind of fate, like being in the right place at the right time. This fate is the kind where your imaginary boyfriend is real, and has entered your life.
Dakota is a bit of a plain girl. She has no friends, no boyfriends, and is picked on at school by the mean girls and tomboy type of girl. When confronted in class to write and tell aloud what they did on holiday break, she decides to tell a little white lie. She met a boy and he is now her boyfriend.
Any smart girl will go out of her way to solidify her lie with a fake Facebook page, a status update, and tell your best friend so that it seems real. What you wouldn’t expect is to meet him in real life the very next day.
This is where everything in Dakota’s life changes. Her world is turned upside down with her mystery man. Fate, has mystery, suspense, and romance. It doesn’t hurt that her leading man, Santiago, is gorgeous and all about her.
Fate has more twists and turns than I’ve seen in a long time, so hold on when you read this book, and pay attention.
I bought FATE BOOK (a New Adult Novel) based on the author, I had no clue what the book was about, and was pleasantly surprised.