Fate brought her here, but will her choices destroy her dreams?
Quincy Priest made all the right choices in her small town, black-and-white life. But being perfect is tiring. So. Very. Tiring.
Wanting desperately to step out of her sister’s shadow, Quincy jumps at the opportunity to attend college with her best friend. The quiet bookworm with family secrets comes out of her shell. But when Quincy meets not one, but two perfect guys, she has to make a choice. In doing so, she might forfeit the relationship she secretly longed to find.
Declan. Sweet, handsome, and perfect. He makes her feel cherished for the first time in her life.
Brody. Sexy, hot, and irresistible. He could tear down her carefully built walls.
Before she can become the woman she wants to be, Quincy will make mistakes. And suffer one unimaginable loss.
This book pulled at your heart strings in so many ways. Quincy has had a hard life. Not in the way you usually think but with her older sister having Bipolar disorder and needing so much of her parents attention and teacher at school comparing her things haven’t always been easy. Quincy doesn’t really have much experience in the dating world and now off at college she is pulled by two very different yet equally compelling men.
Declan is all that is good. He has a strong faith, he’s a good listener, and he wants only good things for Quincy. When they are together she is happy and content.
Brody is like a fire. He ignites things in Quincy that she never knew existed. She is drawn to him and he to her. When they are together everything is perfect, but when they are apart they both let there past and their insecurities come in.
I laughed, I cried, and I couldn’t put it down. Quincy’s story with her sister rips your heart out but it is so much more. This is a book that you really should read.
Word of Warning: If you haven’t read Choices and Do Not want to know who Quincy ends up with do not read any further!
I’m used to getting what I want. I’ve always taken what I wanted. No apologies. No excuses.
I know what it feels like to be betrayed, when someone else is calling all the shots. I’ve been down that road, and I’m not going there again. I’ve got my family, my friends, and the brotherhood. That’s all I need.
I believe in Fate. Everything happens for a reason. But what do you do when Fate kicks you in the gut, plays a cruel joke on you?
When I met Quincy Priest, she was a flame I couldn’t put out. A freakin’ wildfire. She blew in to my life, blazed a trail of destruction, then left me standing in the ashes. Gone as suddenly as she came. I’m not sure if I should love her or hate her… But I don’t hate her. I could never hate her.
What do you do when the person who broke you may be the only person who can put you back together?
Can you run from Fate?
Do you even want to?
This is Choices but from Brody’s point of view. Is it possible to love a book more? Hearing the story from Brody’s prospected was everything I hoped it would be and more. I enjoyed Brody’s character in Choices and hoped that Quincy would end up with him, in Fate I absolutely fell in love with him. Probably because he reminds me of my husband.
Brody’s been burned and struggles with his own guilt. As a result he is having fun because he knows he hasn’t met the right one. Enter Quincy. The passion that ignites in these two when they are together is incredible.
Brody is drawn to Quincy in a way he has never been drawn to anyone and as you watch his internal struggle over a girl he knows should be his but his “Brother”, friend, and roommate is very much into you can’t help but feel bad for him. Ultimately he can’t stay away. Thank goodness!! Quincy and Brody are met to be together! Poor Declan never stood a chance.
You can not read Choices without immediately following up with Fate. It opens your eyes to so much more of the story!
About the Author:
Sydney Lane lives in Nashville, TN with her husband and children. Growing up in Smalltown, USA, Sydney dreamed of being a writer. After spending an outrageous amount of money to go to college, Sydney finally decided to follow her heart. With her babies in bed and husband neglected, she worked by the light of her laptop and wrote Choices. Sydney is very active in charity work for anti-bullying and depression awareness groups.