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review 2019-02-04 19:12
Marked - Sarah Fine

Marked had an interesting premise. Cacy and her family have some supernatural power and the job to ferry the recently deceased to the afterlife they deserve. Since they collect Charon's coin (from the Greek mythology) for each person, they have become unnaturally rich doing so. It also aids Cacy in her role as a paramedic, because she can also see when a person is marked for death and will die for sure so it allows her to prioritize her patients well. Eli and his brilliant sister Galena enter the scene as they move to Boston and Eli soon finds himself more than just the work partner of Cacy as he is rapidly pulled into warring supernatural families.

While it didn't always made a hell lot of sense, I quite enjoyed this part of the story. It was exciting enough to keep me going and considering I have copies of the entire series, it was for the best. Unfortunately was added to that a romance. *sigh* It was love on first sight, obviously because they are both so good looking. Personally, I couldn't care less about them. Hope this is not how the story continues, I would much rather see some more ferrying.

Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!

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review 2016-04-01 16:42
The 3rd time is the charm...
Fated (Servants of Fate Book 3) - Sarah Fine

Book Title:  Fated

Author:  Sarah Fine

Series:  Servants of Fate #3

Genre:  Paranormal Romance

Publisher:  47 North

Source:  Netgalley E-Arc



☆My Pick for Book Theme Song:  Demons by Imagine Dragons



Rating Breakdown

  • Plot:  5/5
  • Characters:  5/5
  • The Feels:  4.8/5
  • Theme:  5/5
  • Flow:  4.7/5
  • Backdrop (World Building):  5/5
  • Originality:  5/5
  • Book Cover:  3/5
  • Ending:   5/5. Cliffhanger: No


Will I read more from this Author?  Yes!!! Link to Goodreads Synopsis.


Overall Rating:  5/5 Stars




I believe, like a lot of reviewers, that this is the best of three books in the Servants of Fate Series.  The action is non-stop and everything that I was confused about from the first two books really came together for me in this final book.  I was apprehensive about reading this because I didn’t think I would like Aislin as a heroine, but she is amazing, actually.  She blew me away.  Moros or Jason (yeah, he has a first name) was quite surprising too.




The world that Sarah Fine has created in this series is intriguing and fantastically thought out.  And while I didn't find it as compelling as the Guards of the Shadowlands series, I did find myself liking it more in this book.


Sex Factor:  Yes there is sex, explicit and actually kind of hot.





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review 2016-02-19 18:21
Fated (Servants of Fate Book 3) - Sarah Fine

The best was saved for last. I will admit I was intrigued by Moros. Aislin was a character I was less interested in, only because she was aloof and didn't come across as the nicest person in the previous 2 books. This book changed my mind. Aislin is kick ass! Great couple. Lots (and I mean lots!) of things going on. Good twists and turns.
This quote was great: "Her sense of herself, her confidence, her power- they all turned him on..."

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review 2016-01-30 22:21
Fated (Servants of Fate #3)
Fated (Servants of Fate Book 3) - Sarah Fine

This is the third in the series and based on the flow I imagine there will not be any additional ones.  That being said, as with the others I thoroughly enjoyed this story.  I started out listening to this one as an audible while doing chores and because it would sync with my e-reader I finished it on my kindle and I enjoyed both formats.


The narrator of the audible did a credible job switching between characters (she was also the narrator of the prior 2 in the series) and in some ways made them come to life in a manner that I am not sure I would have captured had I just been reading the story.  Along those lines I was so captivated by the story that when I finished my chores for the day, I had to pick up my e-reader to finish the book because I just could not put it down.


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review 2015-11-24 00:46
Marked (Servants of Fate) - Sarah Fine

This was a pleasant surprise. So, the Ferrys (last name), ferry the recently deceased to either heaven or hell. Set in Boston, in the near future, the current world is unrecognizable due to catastrophic global warning and the subsequent unrest and disease that broke out. Think of the "lawless west" including Pittsburgh.
Nice twist with betrayal (one of which is guessable, the other more of a surprise). Mythology with with twist. Cacia and Eli are a good fit.

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