Feels Like Fate

Lasairiona E. McMaster

Jeremy Lewis
4
Contemporary Romance
After a dramatic will-they-won’t-they slow-burn romance – Jeremy and Chelsea finally have things all figured out and landed themselves their happily ever after. Living together without Chelsea killing him is going so well that Jeremy thinks it’s high time he popped The Question. Only problem is, Chelsea’s not a wedding, kids and happily ever after kinda gal. Will these two ever end up on the same page together? Will Jeremy survive proposing to the woman he’s been in love with since high school? Or will Chelsea’s best friend Lisa get the call to help bury his body after he commits a book lover’s most deadly sin?

This is the final instalment written from Jeremy’s point of view; however, it’s centred around him and Chelsea, the girl he’s been in love with forever. His character has changed a fair bit over the Lisa Miller, AJ Williams and his own series, so it’s hard to describe who he is now.

It’s a short story focused on Jeremy trying to convince Chelsea to marry him because he’s sure she wants to, she’s just afraid to. It feels like he proposes to her like 5 times throughout the book, all in an attempt to get her to say yes.

Until the ring starts disappearing…

Being able to finish off Jeremy and Chelsea’s love story in a little wrap up was amazing. I’d been rooting for them for so long I was wondering if they’d ever get their own version of happily ever after.

While there were quite a few bumps in the short story road, they got there in the end in such a cute way, I honestly wasn’t expecting it! I actually thought it’d go a different direction after all the drama these two have had across all the books in this world.

I actually realised reading this one I hadn’t read the final short stories for the Lisa Miller and AJ Williams series, so I went back and read those. I’ve also released the reviews for that today so make sure you check out all the series and reviews. You can find them either on their individual series pages (links in the review) or on Lasairiona’s author page.

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