Twisted Fate: A Twisted Fairy Tale, Book One

Once upon a time, in a land far, far away... 

Okay, maybe it's not a long time ago, or even very far away, but present day Chicago has it's fair share of heroes and villains. Unlike the tales of old, they don't wear shining armor, golden crowns or even dragon scales - they're human. Gloriously flawed and dangerous humans with an appetite for both blood and lust.

A twist of fate brought Cole Ryan and Elle Laroux together in an orgasmic first encounter, but all too fast their futures became deeply entwined. Being forced together wouldn't be such a bad thing if a dark web wasn't being woven around Cole and Elle - simultaneously taut and tenuous - leaving their very lives to hold on by the thinnest of fate's strands. 

****This book contains graphic sex, violence, uncomfortable sexual encounters as well as M/M/F, M/M and F/F sexual relationships. It's intended for mature audiences, over 18 only****


ellie's $0.02:

This book is deliciously morbid and fucked up.  And so good.  A few times I had to go back and reread and say (out loud of course), "wait... did that REALLY JUST HAPPEN?"

The book starts with being on an airplane and an iPad being slammed and the mile high club ... and then I don't even know.  The twists in this modern day heroes and villains tale kinda blew my mind.  And sex.  SO MUCH FUCKING SEX.  I feel like I had to smoke a cigarette at the end to be honest.

At times I did feel like I was grasping at reality and wondering (and wandering) what the fuck was happening and do people really think this way?  These characters do.  And apparently Ace does too.

Ace definitely has a storytelling style about her.  This is not grandma's story.  This is not for the weak of heart.  I don't know why she calls this a fairy tale.  Dude.  This is beyond a fairy tale.

Oh.  And holy hell cliff hanger.  

Let's just say Twisted Fate is one fucking accurate title.