Galena Margolis, a brilliant scientist with a tragic past, is determined to fulfill her destiny and develop the vaccine that could save millions. Yet when Galena's test subjects meet with foul play, it's clear that someone is still determined to stop her and that Galena herself is a target. As the Ferry empire forges a plan to keep her safe, Declan Ferry, the politics-hating black sheep of the family, steps forward to protect her - but the emotional cost may be more than either of them is willing to pay.
As unknown enemies close in, it becomes terrifyingly clear that they threaten to destroy not only Galena's lifesaving work but also the very fabric of fate. As Galena and Declan race to uncover the traitor, they also forge a special bond that could save both Galena and those she's sworn to help. Torn apart by the past and hunted by those she trusted, can Galena find room amid her fears for a passion that could make her stronger than ever? And even if she and Declan can find their way together, will it be enough to keep the future from coming apart at the seams?
©2015 Sarah Fine (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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She was acceptable as the voice of Galena, but I really wish they would have had a guy for the voice of Declan.
I’m going to nit-pick something in this series so far that really irritates me. The constant references to their smells, they just sound like they smell icky, like she’s trying to glorify the stench of BO. It always threw me off, because there isn’t anything sexy about BO. Not to me, anyway.
This dystopian-like world that Sarah Fine has created in The Servants of Fate series is so hypnotic, the intricate and diabolical elements have hooked me. I really enjoyed Marked. And Claimed left me underwhelmed, so I hope Fated will step up and blow me away again. I am intrigued by the thought of Aislin and Moros as a couple.
A rollercoaster, the best description for this book. I ate it up from start to finish today. I just found book one last week and was chomping at the bit for book two. I feel for those who have waited to ride this coaster longer than I, waiting for three will leave me in the very long line to follow one of my new favorite series!
Dialing down the sappy dialogue and the insanely weak-willed female main character. And a narrator that uses different inflections, rather than the same up and down monotonous flow of every single sentence in an attempt to make it seem dramatic.
Unfortunately, because of my OCD, it will be the third book, Fated.
The performance was poor. Emily Foster uses the same inflections for every sentence, trying to create a sense of drama. Very annoying. Also, she CANNOT do any kind of accent realistically.
Boredom and an overwhelming wish that it would finish quickly.
Interesting take on Fairies and Carrion and their relation to death. Lots of drama. Explicit content. Lack of trust. Plenty of conflict and death. Story held my attention from the beginning. Good character, storyline, and plot.
"Poor content great narration"
Pretty poorly written but great narration , easy listening story pretty tedious and gets quite smart.
Good portrait of a rape victim over coming fear of intimacy
I wasn't sure I was going to like this book, but I found it gripping some well tender moment to, it had everything just hoping another soon. Wendy
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