Servants of Fate — Boxed Set
All three stories from the Servants of Fate series in one place!
As servants of Fate, Father Time’s sons must sacrifice a mortal’s lifetime on behalf of humanity before each year ends. It’s simpler if they don’t get involved, as their immortality is a barrier to relationships and to understanding the emotions of those whose lives end in a blink, especially if these time holders have a hand in it. Servants of Fate pass in and out of the lives of those around them, never interacting, until a different type of fate steps in. They can stop time, but love will leave them powerless.
Set contains all three books in this series:
Father Time’s son, Zeit Geist, must sacrifice a mortal’s lifetime to the Fates each New Year’s Eve. Last year—inexplicably, really—he made an 11:59 substitution. The Fates are pissed and they’re after his mortal Hannah. With the year ending, he ought to figure out why he’d saved her—and why he keeps doing it.
Following an unlucky year, Hannah Lyons needs a week’s holiday in a lodge to unwind. What she gets is near-death experiences and a sexy immortal who can’t avoid kissing her, but might have to kill her. After all, even Zeit can’t hold back time indefinitely.
Tempus fugit. Time flies…unless you’re Tempus Halt, Father Time’s son. Day in and day out are the same, except for New Year’s Eve when he steals the life of a mortal on behalf of the Fates. This year marks his first failure to stay the monotonous course. A mortal’s kiss and her insistence on taking the place of his year’s sacrifice stalled out everything. Now, Tempus has to keep her alive for a year so his sacrifice isn’t wasted, but that’s the only reason—definitely.
One of these crazy grim reapers stole Lacey Carpenter’s estranged father’s life two years ago. She’ll give her own life rather than letting it happen again. It backfires when Tempus doesn’t actually kill her, and they have to spend the year together. She’s falling for an immortal who stops time, not just to save her life, but also to ruin her dates and steal her books. This can never work and fate is just not on her side—in fact, they’d really like her dead before Tempus falls for her in return.
When Ruin’s mortal sacrifice to the Fates on New Year’s Eve is already dying, it should be the easiest life he has to take, but not this year. The dying man knows Ruin is there to kill him, but he asks Father Time’s son to look after his twin sister. Ruin can’t stay away from the sweet and sensual Phoebe. His previous interactions with women changed the definition of his name, Ruin, so he can’t fall for her, especially when the lovely mortal doesn’t know he killed her brother.
Phoebe’s brother promised to send her a guardian angel, but Ruin seems too devilish to be holy. He only wants to be friends and keep watch over her, but she can’t resist him. Loving Ruin is a sin tempting her heart. How wrong is it to cause an angel’s fall? Ruin and Phoebe’s time is running out as another New Year’s Eve sacrifice approaches, and Ruin might lose everything for keeping his true hand in fate secret.
Wendy Sparrow is quickly becoming a favorite of mine, and her newest endeavor, the Servants of Fate series, doesn’t disappoint. These swoon-worthy, yet quirky romances race the clock and challenge the fates to find their Happily Ever Afters. Five Glittery Stars.
“Each of these books had a truly meaningful story in them, I wasn’t sure at first but I’m so glad I didn’t pass up reading this set. Each book is well written and had a nice pace. Characters are complex and greatly portrayed. I really enjoyed this set…”
“If you are looking for a great story, with likable characters, and a storyline that is a great and easy read for a lazy weekend then this is a set that you definitely need to pick up.”
“The characters in this story are amazing and I was always rooting for them to be able to have a happy ending. These stories show the power of love and self-sacrifice. This is the first time that I have read books by the author and it will not be the last. She creates stories and characters that I thought about even after I had finished reading. I can’t wait to read more of her books.”
“Each of these stories alone are really fun. All three together are amazing. I truly loved the Servants of Fate Boxed Set of Books. It is a sweet complex collection of stories each with its own set of problems and solutions. The characters all learn and grow throughout these books. I absolutely loved all three stories.”
“Overall I thought this was a great book, I couldn’t help but fall in love with all of the characters, especially the brothers, as they had to re-evaluate what they deemed important in their lives, and what they are willing to sacrifice. I give this book 5 out of 5 stars and highly recommend this book for anyone looking for a sweet romance.”
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Kink Level: Vanilla — much more sweet than heat.