From the Blurb:
Some people are born lucky.
My gift has followed me my entire life—the ability to see the threads of fate. I can see the red thread tying together two people destined to love one another.
But my gift has another side to it. A darker side.
I can also see a simple black thread tied to the fingers of those who aren’t aware of it, connecting them to the person destined to kill them. And when I look down at my own finger, I can see the red thread stretched over to Bishop King. The man who is my soul mate.
But then why is the black thread also wrapped around our fingers?
Bishop is sweet and caring, and I can’t stop my heart from loving him. I just need to thwart fate before it separates us forever.
I swore to never let myself be drawn back into Alex’s world, but the man is funny and charming and the moment we’re together I fall back into the familiarity we shared as teenagers.
I know this time is different; he’s hoping that I can help him walk through his dreams to figure out how an innocent girl is going to die.
While his dreams tell of the future, mine allow us to find the truth. But what happens when we save a life and change fate–will it affect our own future? I can’t keep myself from falling for Alex, but what if helping him leaves one of us dead?
Unravelling the Threads of Fate is a standalone romance with action, mystery, humor, and a happy ending.
Unravelling the Threads of Fate asks, what would you do if you could change fate?
For me, I'm happy that this is a standalone since I loved where it left off. It gives the reader a highly satisfying ending.
Alex is a fantastic main character, we really get to know each MC with the dual pov. He's got the trademark Winters humour but it isn't wacky or ott. He's also more of a morally grey character having done things in his past to survive. It's easy to relate to him for it. I adored how much that he loves his sister and just wants to give her everything that he didn't have.
Bishop is adorable. He's very sheltered and lonely in the flashback chapters and even though he's rich, that loneliness makes him easy to understand. We don't see his pov for the early chapters but his connection then with Alex is strong so it's sad when they part.
Their connection isn't reliant on the threads, with Alex only confirming it after they've reconnected.
I really enjoyed the flashback chapters and side characters like Alex's sister, Cali and Bishop's dad, Edward.
Rating: 4.5 Stars