When Georgia Kentley breaks up with her long-term boyfriend Darren over Christmas, she really can’t wait to return to work on the 27th of December.
The excitement dies when she meets her new boss, Walker Trent. DCI Trent is a misogynistic pain in the arse. Being a young police officer, Georgia has met her fair share of men who don’t understand that she can hold her own. Every single time she has proven them wrong.
Will she be able to prove to Walker Trent just how capable she is or will she get herself into a heap of trouble, danger and chaos? And when chaos ensues who will be there to save her?
One of the things that first drew me to this book was the cover. There was just something about it that called to me and made me want to seek out the synopsis for it. And once I read the synopsis, I was hooked. I knew I just had to check this book and I was pleasantly surprised by it.
Inescapable Fate follows the story of Trent and Georgia. When Georgia’s boyfriend breaks up with her on Christmas Day, it totally turns her world upside down. No one saw it coming and no one was more surprised by it than Georgia. She needs a distraction and can not wait to lose herself in her work. However, when her new boss enters the scene, her drive to return to work leaves. Trent is difficult and doesn’t think that Georgia can hack it. And that just makes Georgia want to prove him wrong….
Inescapable Fate is a quick and easy read. It is fast paced and the plot is intriguing. I loved getting to know the characters and I loved the way that Georgia’s co-workers supported her and wanted to protect her. I wasn’t a total fan of Trent in the beginning, but he did win me over in the end. I loved watching him discover just how amazing Georgia was and just how well she could hold her own. I also really enjoyed the chemistry between Georgia and Trent. They had a great pull and certainly burned up the pages together.
Overall, I thought this book was an enjoyable read. I devoured it in just one sitting. I can not wait to get my hands on the next book and see how things play out for Georgia and Trent.
*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*