When Ruin’s mortal sacrifice to the Fates on New Year’s Eve is already dying, it should be the easiest life he has to take, but not this year. The dying man knows Ruin is there to kill him, but he asks Father Time’s son to look after his twin sister. Ruin can’t stay away from the sweet and sensual Phoebe. His previous interactions with women changed the definition of his name, Ruin, so he can’t fall for her, especially when the lovely mortal doesn’t know he killed her brother.
Phoebe’s brother promised to send her a guardian angel, but Ruin seems too devilish to be holy. He only wants to be friends and keep watch over her, but she can’t resist him. Loving Ruin is a sin tempting her heart. How wrong is it to cause an angel’s fall? Ruin and Phoebe’s time is running out as another New Year’s Eve sacrifice approaches, and Ruin might lose everything for keeping his true hand in fate secret.
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Ruin is my favorite of Father Time sons. I love Ruin and Phoebe as a couple. It was just something about the sacrifice of a brother, his dying devotion and love to a sister. Ruin gradual acceptance of what lay in store for him. Fate has a game going and seems to be stacking the deck in its favor. There was so much more to this third installment of the Servants of Fate that just held me to the end and left me not wanting to lay it down. Ruin has ruined me for all others to come. I believe that it would be fun to see Father Time somewhere down the line get his.