The Consequences of Fate
Mary E. Palmerin
Publication date: December 1st 2020
Genres: Contemporary, Young Adult
When I was little, I wanted to be a superhero to fly over the moon. Then I found a suitcase with a photo of the brown-eyed angel. The bad man changed me. I became lost and unlovable. After the consequences of fate reared its ugly head, I decided I would be the master of my ultimate plan.
I am not a good boy.
I watch people.
I hurt them.
And I destroy the truth.
Lita T’s Review: 5 STARS
The Consequences of Fate (Heartless series book 2) by Mary Palmerin. I am so over the moon that she is back. The author had taken a break and has come back with a vengance. This book is Fletcher’s story. Before I read this book I had to reread About a Girl which was book one. I know I loved the book and I wanted to refresh the story in my mind. Loved it still, so I was so looking forward to what was Fletcher’s story. I knew he was a truly damaged soul who had experienced something terrible that had left him in the mess we saw. What was his experience with Olive’s dad and how did he got hooked to H were answers I needed. His story was even more dark, twisted and grittier than Olive’s story. We get to see Fletcher’s perspective of his role in About A Girl with Olive as well as what was going on with him when he wasn’t with her. At the end of About A Girl, we saw what happened to Fletcher but there is more to his story and what the author did was why I have missed her style of storytelling. No unicorns, rainbows or riding off into the sunset. A story that pulls you in, turns you every which way but loose and by the end you are not sure how you are supposed to feel. Sad, angry or plain old dumbfounded you know when you finish the book you have been on the ride of your life and you are unsteady on your feet. Enjoy the ride! 5 stars
Mary E. Palmerin is an internationally bestselling author of The Monster Series, Redeeming Rhys, and half the madness behind The Red Market Series. She currently resides in Indiana with her husband and two boys. She enjoys writing raw, taboo tales that strike various emotions in her readers. When she isn’t busy writing, she usually has her nose in a good book. Mary loves spending time with her family and friends, being outdoors, cooking, art, tattoos, red wine, traveling, and anything that makes her laugh. She loves to connect with her readers!