Book Review: Colliding With Fate


Kyrell Knight believes life is a game to be played and thoroughly enjoyed. He rarely takes anything seriously, lives in the moment, and indulges in as much pleasure with women as possible. But the sarcasm, money, and women are an attempt to erase the memories of his past as he tries to forget what he came from. It works until his past wants to be a part of his present.

Kyrell reconnects with Quinn Halifax at their mutual best friend’s engagement party. They spark up a friendship that quickly turns to flames when it becomes a superficial, no strings attached relationship.

Kyrell is struggling with his past while Quinn is trying to secure her future. Neither is looking for more, but fate has other plans.

What happens when two people collide with fate?

Content Advisory: child abuse, death, mentions of suicide

My Review

Wow. I was expecting the heat but author, A.E. Valdez really brought the heat. It was so hot that if I had been wearing glasses, they would have been fogged up from all the steam. So, you could say that I really enjoyed this book. 

It has very developed characters and a strong storyline. It was not all "sex". Kyrell came off as a playboy in the beginning and I was a bit turned off by him. Yet, the more I got to know him and the traumatic childhood that he endured; I felt for him. Luckily, for Kyrell, he had Quinn and Stella in his life. 

Quinn is just what Kyrell needed. She perfectly matched Kyrell. Kyrell's past did play a bit of a part into who he was but luckily it did not define him. 


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