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Book Review: Fate Interrupted: (Moonstone Cove Book 3 (of 3) by Elizabeth Hunter

Fate Interrupted: (Moonstone Cove Book 3 (of 3)
by Elizabeth Hunter
June 8, 2021
Pages: 314
She had her life all planned out; fate had other ideas.

How did an accomplished Southern businesswoman, wife, and mother end up living on California’s Central Coast, working for a stubborn wine-maker, newly divorced, and wrestling with sudden psychic powers?

Megan Carpenter asks herself that same question nearly every day.

She’s working her way back to the business world and starting her own event planning business, but fate keeps throwing her curveballs. Her ex has an unexpected new girlfriend, her telekinetic powers keep short-circuiting, and her self-control—at least when it comes to her boss, Nico Dusi—is slipping.

Thank goodness she has the two best friends in the world. With Katherine and Toni at her side, Megan is determined to keep her plans on track, even when at unexpected theft at the winery threatens the new business she’s building.

When Nico asks Megan, Toni, and Katherine for help finding the thief, life in Moonstone Cove gets even more mind-bending. Experimental grape clones, industrial espionage, and bizarre blood stains. Even for three psychic friends, this mystery may be more than they can handle on their own.

Fate Interrupted is the third book in the Moonstone Cove series, a paranormal women’s fiction series by USA Today bestseller Elizabeth Hunter, author of the Glimmer Lake series and the Elemental Legacy.

Megan has been working independently at the Dusi Winery event, planning and rediscovering her life after being married for 20+ years and now single. She finds Toni’s cousin Nico, who owns the winery, delicious. But she’s not one to mix business and pleasure even if technically he’s not her boss. As Nico steps up his interest, Megan tries her hardest to focus on her new event planning business and not her libido.

When a thief hits, Nico hires Megan, Toni, and Katherine to help find the thief because what was stolen is irreplaceable, not to mention it was a work in progress for the last three years. Henry is less than pleased that Nico wants Toni to work when she is very pregnant, and her due date is fast approaching. Toni isn’t one to take orders and, if nothing else, needs a little distraction from her very large, uncomfortable belly.

Hunter has done a fantastic job creating a paranormal series with women over 40 with psychic powers and some romance to stir things up.

Review: Runaway Fate: (Moonstone Cove Book 1)
Review: Fate Actually: (Moonstone Cove Book 2

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About the Author:
Elizabeth Hunter is a contemporary fantasy, paranormal romance, and contemporary romance writer. She is a graduate of the University of Houston Honors College and a former English teacher. She once substitute taught a kindergarten class, but decided that middle school was far less frightening. Thankfully, people now pay her to write books and eighth-graders everywhere rejoice.

She currently lives in Central California with her son, two dogs, many plants, and a sadly dwindling fish tank. She is the author of the Elemental Mysteries and Elemental World series, the Cambio Springs series, the Irin Chronicles, and other works of fiction.

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