Tiffany George, riding high on her commission as a fresco artist, returns home for some deserved rest and relaxation.
The drive proves uneventful until she rescues Will Cleaver on the side of a highway. While savoring memories of a kiss and a well-formed butt, her future goals do not include a romance.
Once in town, she discovers the hopes and dreams of her community hinge on the development of a new resource mine and Will’s designed neighborhood. Her parents demand she give up art and resume her working partner role in the family business.
Tiffany finds herself pulled by her community roots and stretched by her newly discovered independence.
Will knows about taking charge of destiny. He models the courage she uses to become the woman she needs to be.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Fear Destiny by Annette Bower is a excellent read and not to be missed by those who enjoy well thought out characters and a unique and vivid settings that take you from a small town on the cusp of change to a boardroom in Toronto and a revitalized mall in Winnipeg. At its core, a clean and heartwarming journey towards love, but also a look into the struggle and tenacity needed for a person with a disability to be given a fair and equal chance to succeed. It’s a look at family and what it means to choose the best for your self and not necessarily what’s popular or expected. While the romance may be a slow and delightful burn, the pace is quick. Fearless Destiny is a colourful journey highlighting Will Cleaver’s concept of a barrier-free community, Apex’s colourful citizens, and Tiffany George’s creation of a ocean fresco. This book is well worth your time!