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A. N. Busch (Aimee) was born in Huntington, West Virginia and is currently a stay at home mother of three in the Metro Detroit area of Michigan. Growing up with a love of reading; she set out in 2008 to write a novel of her own, Tempting Fate, which she self-published in 2012. Her second novel, Love on a Killer Cruise was released in Aug. of 2013. When she's not Momming,writing or reading she can be found gardening, canning, crocheting, or taking on a new craft project.
She is currently writing The Seven Saviors, a YA/Fantasy novel, as well as two other Romance novels, and has plans for a series of Mystery Novels.
on Nov. 10, 2014 :
I'm a sucker for stories about soul mates and Tempting Fate by A.N. Busch didn't disappoint. It was a unique, clever and thought provoking read and not the typical soul mate love story. I don't do spoilers but the end had my mouth hanging open - and that's a good thing.
The main characters, Westly and Abby meet in college and it's love at first sight. It ends in present time. I really enjoyed the sequence in which the story was written. It was a smooth and easy transition to each time period. Ms. Busch did a great job going from college to the present, and back to college via dreams, then to the here and now, thirteen years later. The story was sprinkled with a touch of magic, the supernatural, and humor, which I loved. The characters have hard life decisions to make and we angst with them over every choice they make.
The characters are believable and make you care about them. All in all Tempting Fate is a well rounded and a great read.
(reviewed 30 days after purchase)
on May 18, 2012 :
I don't even know where to start about how much I enjoyed this book. This book tore at my emotions, from warm fuzzies to complete melt down of tears! The only thing I found wrong with the book, the story ended before I wanted it to.
Abigail never knew that dreams could be so surreal, until the ones she recently started having. They were so real, she started to feel guilty for having them, considering that the man in her dreams were not her husband. As the dreams continue, she begins to wonder if they really are just dreams. Has she actually experienced these events, is her dream man real? Abby finds herself facing fate head on, but what plans does fate have planned for her?
I highly recommend this book to anyone that has found love, lost love, and to those that believe love conquers all. I can only hope to see more work by this author soon!
(reviewed 36 days after purchase)