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    Fate brings them together at the perfect time

    Fate brought these two together at just the right time. The mystery of who is sending the money brings them closer and leads them answers they didn’t expect. You’ll never see who is behind the threat to the school coming or any of the surprises that pop up. Their love is a strong one that can withstand anything thrown at them. Kate just wants to teach the local children and be happy, but fate has other ideas. I loved her from the start because she didn’t back down from anything. She didn’t run when she realized her feelings. Joshua lives to help people and helping Kate is at the top of his list. I loved the work he did and how he treated everyone like family and friends. He wasn’t going to let her do anything alone. Copy provided for an honest and voluntary review.
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    Awesome Historical Romance

    Fortune's Final Folly by Christina McKnight is a fantastic historical romance. I do suggest readers read Fortunes of Fate (free at the time of this review) before starting this book. Ms. McKnight has produced a well-written book furnished with an excellent cast of characters. Katherina Elliott is the daughter of a vicar and his wife, serving the poor and teaching children alone since her parents are both dead now. Joshua is the second son of a duke and a solicitor and works part of the time for the poor. Joshua and Katherina's story is loaded with drama, humor, action and suspense. I enjoyed every page of this book and look forward to reading more from Christina McKnight in the future. Fortune's Final Folly is book 10 of the Fortunes of Fate Series. It can be read as a standalone but like I said, I do suggest reading the prequel. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received from Bookfunnel. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    Romantic and suspenseful

    Romantic, suspenseful and a mystery to be solved, this well-written novel keeps the reader riveted from the opening chapter through to the end. Katherina Elliott always wondered why she was different, despite having grown up in a loving home. The quarterly allowance that is delivered by the solicitor across the road from where she has her home and her school raises her curiosity, but Kate is not one to look a gift horse in the mouth. Joshua, the second son of a Duke, has found his way in the world as an attorney and chooses to help those in an impoverished area rather than serving the rich members of society. When Kate's life is endangered, Joshua comes to her aid, resulting in the process of unraveling her past and the surprises just keep rolling in. The romance in this novel is sweet and clean, but the mystery is well thought out and the book comes to a very satisfactory conclusion. I received a copy of this most enjoyable novel as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    A Life About to Change!

    I rate the book between 3.5-4 stars for this read. I really liked Kate and how she knew what she was doing with her life and such. Joshua was a sweet, sensitive guy in the story. I liked how he watched out for Kate and how they both had feelings for each other that they had never spoke of. Their histories were well explained and you got a lot of information about why the characters were acting like they were and who they were! I disliked the inner monologue that seemed a constant throughout the story. I also disliked how after the Kate started learning things about her past and started thinking about her future, she almost became wishywashy and needed Joshua's guidance to tell her what to do. His response I loved, was always he'll do whatever she needs him to and will be there for her. I felt the ending was rushed a little. You spend the whole book with the heroine asking herself all these questions, and suddenly All the questions are answered in the last little bit of the book! I liked the characters, but didn't Love the characters, although Joshua remained constant throughout the whole book. Thank you for the advanced copy, the read was enjoyable!
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    3 1/2 Stars!

    Book 10 in the Fortunes of Fate series. Can be read and enjoyed as stand-alone, but it is better if you have read the Fortunes of Fate: Prequel story first. The prequel really sets up this book well. Sweet and clean historical romance with some mystery. Kate is left with many questions after her parents passing. After her home is damaged in a fire, she apprehensively accepts help from her solicitor neighbor. They work together to unravel the mysteries of her past while fighting their mutual attraction. I would have liked more romance and less hesitation and reluctance from both the H & h
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