Title: Reliving Fate
Author: Natasha Preston
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Cover Designer: Sofie Hartley, Hart and Bailey
Release Date: 23rd June
Reliving Fate by #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Natasha Preston is now LIVE!
When Bella stumbles upon her dead sister’s diary, she sets out on a mission to find her sister’s killer, but it leads her to the wrong side of town.
And right into the path of Rocco, a loner, a bad boy, who is determined to keep her away. After all, you protect your own, and Bella certainly doesn’t belong with the likes of him.
But it’s hard to move on when you’re chained to the past, and Bella is intent on getting justice for her sister…even if it’s at the cost of her own life
It had been a long time when I last read a book from Natasha Preston. Maybe that was some sort of preparation for her next book.
I don't know how to start describing the story. It was one roller coaster ride. I was laughing at one point then started to feel anxious the next. It was all happy and promising until it wasn't. I haven't felt this strongly about this book for so long that I had a book hangover for days. Natasha ripped my heart off my chest, shredded it into bits and pieces and returned it with big pink bow and the knife still in it. I don't know how to move forward from it. It was full of angst, love and passion. The story was well written that I had forgotten all about the tiny bit of inconsistency at the start of the book. It was as real as it could be. You would want to devour all the details and story it offers.
Aside from having a disregard for her family, I may have liked Bella more than I care to admit. I've been raised to always, always put your family first so it was a cringe worthy moment when Bella doesn't feel that way. But living the way she did, who am I to judge. But I love her passion and dedication with what she thinks is right. It may not have been what was mine, but she pushed until she couldn't push more. Rocco on the other hand is someone to admire. I can't even think of how to put him into words to even give him justice. He was someone real. At least as close to reality as you can get. I loved that he tried even if he didn't want to.
I'd give this a whooping 5 stars. No questions about it. It made me feel do much more. The story made grip my phone so tight I thought it's going to break. I was even scrolling past the acknowledgements hoping there was miraculously a few more pages to mend my broken heart. There weren't.