TitleFate of Perfection 
Author: K.F Breene

Publisher: 47North

Publication Date: 1st January 2017

Page Count:  330

Rating: 4/5

Genre: Sci-Fi Fantasy 

The Blerb

In a corporate-controlled future where the ruling conglomerates genetically engineer their employees, Millicent Foster is the best of the best.
Physically perfect and exceptionally intelligent, Millicent is granted the uncommon privilege of breeding. But her daughter inherits more than superior genetics…little Marie has a rare ability that the world has never seen, and her conglomerate, Moxidone, will stop at nothing to have sole possession of the child.
Teamed with Ryker, the formidable master of security, Millicent must risk everything in a life-and-death struggle to tear her daughter away from the ruling force who wants to own them all. The odds are stacked against them, but Moxidone will learn that the pursuit of perfection comes at a perilous cost—and that love can’t be bought at any price.

Review

It took me a good few chapters to get into this book, it just wasn’t sticking. However I am really glad I persevered with it. Once I got past that initial pelart I couldn’t put it down. 

I really enjoyed the overall storyline. I also really liked the character development especially in Millicent as she started off not a particularly enjoyable character but as the story continues she develop a humanity we can all releate to.

I am looking forward to reading thw sequel to see what will happen next, it’s clear from certain things in the book that Millicent and Ryker discover that show things won’t remain as they are.

The rating reflects the fact that I did struggle at the beginning, I know that it would have been far to easy to just put the book down and not continue with it which would be a massive shame.

If you fancy checking it out then you’ll find the link above.

Thanks for reading. 

The Stationery Geekette x

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