Flirting With Fate

By J.C. Cervantes

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Title: Flirting With Fate
Author: J.C. Cervantes
Publisher: Razorbill
Release Date: Apr 19, 2022
Genre: Young Adult
Fantasy/Paranormal Romance
Pages: 384
Format: Ebook | Hardcover | Audible
Purchase:
https://www.amazon.ca/Flirting-Fate-J-CCervantes/dp/0593404459
https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/flirting-with-fate-j-c-cervantes/1139874632


Synopsis:
Ava Granados will never forgive herself for being late to her beloved
nana’s deathbed. But due to a flash flood that left Ava in a fender bender
with a mysterious boy, she missed her grandmother’s mystical blessing—
one that has been passed between the women of her family upon death
for generations. Then Nana’s ghost appears with a challenge from
beyond the grave. As it turns out, Nana did give Ava a blessing, but it
missed its target, landing with the boy from the night of the storm
instead. Was it fate? Ava refuses to believe so.
With the help of her sisters and Nana’s rather bumbling spiritual guide,
she’s determined to reclaim her share of the family magic and set Nana
free. For guarded Ava, befriending some random boy is the last thing
she wants to do. She’s gotten along just fine protecting her heart—
keeping people at a distance is a great way to ensure no one ever hurts
you. But as Ava embarks on her mission to retrieve the lost blessing, she
starts to wonder if getting close to thunderstorm boy is worth the risk.

In her swoony, heartwarming young adult debut, New York
Times bestselling author J.C. Cervantes weaves an unforgettable tale
about family, fate, and finding love where you least expect it.
LITERARY BOUND TOURS
IG: @literaryboundtours

Review: I absolutely fell in love with this book. The family relationships, the witty banter between sisters, and the magic infused in to the story sucked me right in. The plot was so well written, and these characters stick with you long after reading. The sisters dynamic is so well done reminding me of my own three sisters. I was laughing throughout all of the scenes with Nana and the Saint. I laughed, I cried, and all inall just did not want this story to end.

I loved the twist with the boy she hit, and the twists kept coming. I loved every bit of it. There were definitely some emotional parts to this book dealing with death, and abandonment. So if those are triggers for you I would maybe go in cautiously. I really hope to get to read more from this author because I absolutely adored this book.

Author Bio:
J.C. is the New York Times best-selling author of books for children and
young adults. Her books have appeared on national lists, including the
American Booksellers Association New Voices, Barnes and Noble’s Best
Young Reader Books, as well as Amazon’s Best Books of the Month. She
has earned multiple awards and recognitions, including the New Mexico
Book Award, and the Zia Book Award. She currently resides in the Land of
Enchantment with her family, three spoiled dogs, and a lifetime collection of
books. But she keeps part of her heart in Southern California, where she was
born and raised. When she isn’t writing she is haunting bookstores and
searching for magic in all corners of the world.
SOCIAL LINKS:
• Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/authorjcervantes
• Twitter: https://twitter.com/jencerv

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