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Switching Fates

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One Lives. One dies. He chooses.

Bryan Rivers will do anything to save his dying girlfriend Courtney—even enlist supernatural help. His ex-girlfriend Rose is a practicing Wiccan, and Bryan pleads with her to use her powers to help. She reluctantly agrees, but like everything in Rose’s world, the remedy is complicated and comes with a serious warning: the kind of powerful m
Paperback, 248 pages
Published February 12th 2021 by Ally Press (first published January 26th 2021)
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Steven Santos
Dec 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I was fortunate enough to read an advance copy of this book and I was hooked from the very first page. The characters and plot are very engaging, and I love the twists and turns leading up to the climax. If you're a fan of Greek mythology, you will get an extra kick over the fates and whether or not one is truly the master of their own destiny. Definitely check it out! ...more
Joyce Sweeney
Dec 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
What a powerful story! Bryan Rivers is desperate to save his girlfriend's life and enlists the help of a Wiccan to get the job done. She summons the Three Fates, who turn out to be not very nice ladies at all...they invite Bryan to play three rounds of a game called Switching Fates. If he can play all three rounds, his girlfriend will live. However, the game gives Bryan the power of life and death himself. In each round he must choose one person to live and one to die. And he is warned...the gam ...more
Kasey Giard
I've been a long-time fan of Stacie Ramey's books, so I was excited to see a new one coming out, and super eager to read it. This one is a little different than her other books-- it's more New Adult genre than Young Adult, I'd say-- but it still has the same complicated characters caught in tough situations and dealing with grief.

The flirty Fates reminded me a lot of the Sirens in Hocking's series-- super powerful, snarky girls that let you know not to get on their bad sides! Most of the story i
Jonathan Rosen
Feb 23, 2021 rated it it was amazing
I've loved all of Stacie Ramey's books, but I thought this one to be the best. A thrilling, fast-paced read, which incorporated elements of Greek mythology. Every page made me want to read the next one. Highly-recommended, and now I can't wait for her next book! ...more
I’d say a retelling of an obscure Greek myth... except with a morally grey smart ass antihero. This one is amazing!
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