Today is the day of the Indie-Pendence day bloghop, where we highlight a small press or Indie author.
Actually I just had to choose small press for this one, because a few months ago I got a chance to do a review of Waiting Fate, by W.B. Kinnette.
One interesting thing about this book is that it's autobiographical. The author had to publish under a pseudonym. The book is engaging, the characters well developed. It's one of those books that makes me alternately laugh and cry, and trust me I don't cry often or easily. At the same time it wasn't so intense that I had to leave it alone or put it down and come back later. It was a two-read, meaning I read it straight through twice.
It was also sigh-worthy--at the end, I put it down with a satisfied sigh, and I would definitely read it again.
So here it is. Waiting Fate, by W.B.Kinnette.
Sometimes Fate hides in plain sight while you stumble through darkness.
Ivy escapes from an abusive husband, finding peace with her daughter in her childhood home. She’s determined to keep her past a secret to protect those she loves.
Archer has been in love with the same girl since seventh grade. When Ivy comes back into his life—bruised, broken, and haunted by secrets—he knows he can’t lose her again.
But Ivy made a promise to her daughter. No one would hurt them again. She’s afraid to trust, afraid to be wrong again, and afraid that the one man she’s loved forever will break her heart.
Fate might take it’s time, but it won’t wait forever.
Waiting Fate on Amazon