Inevitable

Goddess of Fate, Book 1
Narrated by: Lucy Emerson
Series: Goddess of Fate, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 7 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The future is not ever in motion.

It's all a lie: the thought that the future can be changed. Jayne knows. She's been cursed to watch how the people around her will die, and no matter what she does, she can't change it. That includes Aaron, the handsome English boy who transferred to her school mid-semester and has eyes only for her.

But then a serial killer takes up residence in Jayne's town, and she's on his list.

Finding a way to alter the future has never been more critical.

The first book in the Goddess of Fate series, Inevitable is a suspense novel with a hint of the paranormal. Fans of Bella Forrest will enjoy this new take on an unfamiliar mythology. Romance, magic, suspense - the perfect book to escape into!

©2013 Tamara Hart Heiner (P)2018 Tamara Hart Heiner

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Wonderful!!! The author has a well written and flowing story, I almost didn’t want to go to bed because I wanted to find out what happened next. You have Gods and monsters for sure in this book. The main characters had the ups and downs that teenagers go thru and make it to adulthood. The killer in this book has a few things up his sleeve that will surprise you. I don’t know why she tried to keep secret what she could do. Law enforcement in this day and age use physics a lot, and mediums are on TV. The narrator did an awesome job with each character showing excitement where appropriate. I love books like this that explore the paranormal that can be found in normal people. Throw in a goddess or two and you have a great adventure.

I received a free copy of this audio book from StoryOrigin for an honest review.

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Loved it

This story was amazing! Excellent narrator and great characters, with a lot of action. Stunning.

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Great book

The story was amazing. Living through death with other people and then finding a serial killer that is coming after you and trying to catch him brings so much suspense and wanting to know what happens.

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Inevitable Death

Wonderfully narrated! I cannot wait for the rest of hte series!
The story flows well and it was good.

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a coming of age story a mystery with hope

First this story is one of the few I would recommend a young women should read. It is a good mystery and great coming of age story and like all the Tamara Hart Heiner story I have listened to or read its focus on the story, keep you interest without the graphic sexual scenes which dominate so many books of this genre. It is refreshing to tell my young team that she should read or listen to this story. I applaud the author for her story telling skill and being able to weave a compelling tale without the distracting sexual interludes which are so out of place in an interesting story like this. Please share it with you your young teens it a great clean listen or read.

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Power to see death

Jayne has the power to see deaths. But as far as she knows she cannot change things. It was a charming coming of age tale. I wish book two was already out. I got this book through stoeyorigins and this is my voluntary and honest review.

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Great read

This book was a pleasant surprise. I enjoyed the storyline, and how the author maintained the characters and perspective throughout. The curse and happenings were unique and interesting. The relationship between Jayne and her boyfriend was fun to read, and not overbearing. The magical abilities and build up to events was detailed and well written. I was given a copy of this audiobook for free and chose to review on my own.

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Becoming

High school, coming of age, dealing with boys--and paranormal psychic activity. She doesn't see dead people, she sees DEATH! Narrator Lucy Emerson's excellent voicing of the various characters (including a lovely English accent) added intensity to the action and verity to the teens in this well-written tale. I was debating calling it a thriller or a mystery (both elements pertain) but it begins to take on the aura of saga, too. Lovely that most books these days don't quite fit a single category, making them much realer and far more interesting.

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Entertaining

I got this story via audiobook boom and this is my voluntary review. The story kept me entertained throughout. I got lost once but was quickly brought back into the story. The tension between the characters was well brought out by the narrator, which means it was there in the first place. Loved how the story twisted around itself.

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Interesting story

I am new to Tamara Hart Heiner’s books. I have a few of her books but hadn’t read isn’t if them yet. So this audible book was my first experience with her writing. I very much enjoyed the book. Although I picked up on a few clues through the book there was still a lot that was unknown until the end. It kept my interest.

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  • Enda Mcloughlin
  • 06-07-20

Great young adult murder mystery/ supernatural book

Young adult fiction, suitable for about 15|18 years approx. Good suspense, interesting story line on fate. Well performed in the reading.

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  • J. Allen
  • 05-28-20

is Fate inevitable

I absolutely loved this read / listen. By the end I could hardly stand to pause it to do anything else. Incredibly well written paranormal, YA read with a touch of romance thrown in for good measure. I really liked Jayne is some regards but poor Aaron, she was so wishy washy with him - it was driving me nuts - I can't image how he must have felt and then for her to act all confused (really?!?) but such is the life of a teen girl. I remember being crazy too so I don't blame her too much - plus, she has to deal with her "sight" on top of it all and a local murder is on the loose. Emerson does a fantastic job with the narration of these characters - tones and accents are incredibly well done. Overall this book grabbed my attention and wouldn't let go - this is one of those reads / listens that you tell people about thinking they should know what your talking about cause - how could they not! I love it when a read captures me fully and this one did just that - I hope there is more!

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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  • ChaosKay
  • 05-24-20

Really good.

I received this book free and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

Sometimes when Jayne touches a person she can see their horrific death that includes her Sister and the new English boy at school who she is falling for. She has a premonition about a girl who is killed by a serial killer and she goes to the police and somehow he finds out and now he’s after her too.
Although this book is in the YA category I really enjoyed it and I’m 57 . There’s a few twists and turns and it keeps you guessing however I guessed a certain person had links to the serial killer but I won’t spoil it for future listeners.
Lucy Emerson did a great job with the narration and I commend her on Aaron’s English accent.

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  • Jodie
  • 05-21-20

Good start to the series

So i would probably put this at a 3.5*
The story starts of well, with a varied amount of action. We are brought into this girls life, who if she looks into someones eyes she see's visions of there death. She has a warning first as the visions are accompanied with the smell of lemons so she try to avoid their eyes if she doesn't want to see their lives their life in small flashes up to the moment they die. This book had some really good plots i think (spoilers alert) as she tries to avoid her little sister's eyes not wanting to see how she dies. A new boy at school who she falls for instantly and likes her back but she avoids his eyes and appears cold not wanting to see his death either. But in the end its inevitable that she will eventually have the visions. She has no one she can tell about these visions, her family don't believe her and in the past medicated her and wrote it off as a mental health disorder, with her father telling her to never speak of it again to anyone.
The story is quite slow going, several times in the book i found myself wishing they would just get on with it. It was pretty obvious that her teacher was somehow involved and towards the end the story picks up pace and ends with a interesting twist.
The narrator was good and brought the characters and the story to life.
This is a good young adults story with a good message about trusting the people most important in your life and following your intuition.

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  • miss
  • 03-22-20

great

what a great book, totally enjoyed it from start to finish. looking forward to finding more from this author xxx

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  • Mac
  • 03-18-20

Awesome

I really loved this book great storyline and amazing characters.
The narrator is pretty good too. I highly recommend this audio book.
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