Angy’s Audiobook Review: Fate and Forever by Sophie Jackson

Posted May 9, 2016 by angypotter in 2016 Audiobook Challenge, Audiobook Review, Books / 0 Comments

Angy’s Audiobook Review: Fate and Forever by Sophie JacksonFate and Forever by Sophie Jackson
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Published by Simon and Schuster on April 18th 2016
Narrator: Grace Grant
Genres: Romance
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Source: Simon & Schuster Audio

Sophie Jackson’s award-winning Pound of Flesh novels reignite “that feeling of sneaking risqué books under the bedcovers with a flashlight” (RT Book Reviews)! Join her millions of online fans with this irresistible enovella that takes the intimate relationship between a gutsy prison tutor and her sexy bad-boy student to the ultimate level.

When tutor Kat Lane met her brooding, dangerously tempting student Wesley Carter behind bars, she never dreamed of the day she would be excitedly planning for their wedding. It won’t be long before they’re man and wife, and neither Kat nor Carter can wait. But as they settle into the joyful haze of nearly-newlywed bliss, all their friends seem to be one step ahead. Everywhere they turn, couples are becoming parents, and the longing in Kat’s eyes worries Carter. What if she gets baby fever…and he’s not so sure? Carter’s childhood was rough, and his father was no example for how to be an upstanding man—or a good parent. Can Carter create a happy, safe, supportive home for his future children with Kat—the life he never had growing up? He had better figure it out soon…because Kat just told him she needs to take a pregnancy test.

We received this book/audiobook for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect our opinion of the book or the content of our review.

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Audiobook Review: 4,5 stars!


Fate And Forever’s audiobook was as great as the book. For me it was a great pleasure to going back to these beloved characters: Carter, Kat, Max, Grace and especially Riley. Now I’m giddy to go read right now A Measure of Love, because I’m sure I’ll love Riley more than I loved Max and Carter together, and my hunches are always right about book boyfriends.

Grace Grant did a great performance in this short audiobook. Her inflexions for all the characters were very accurate to their personalities, even though I missed Sebastian York when she was narrating for Max. It didn’t really mattered because Max’s chapter was short, so as Riley’s and then the story moved quickly to Carter and Kat’s honeymoon and their first month of being married. They had such a beautiful trip around Europe, a dreamy and romantic time together that melted my heart with their HEA, but then the drama came —yes, there is drama in only 2 hours of an audiobook —their love was tested but they sorted everything out and finally understood that no matter what, their fate is being together, forever.

Beautiful audiobook for a beautiful book. I can’t wait for A Measure of Love and maybe, just maybe, another little taste of Carter and Kat’s HEA.




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