Can they change their destiny?They kissed only once—and it was electric, like the air before a storm. But Corinthe and Luc broke the rules of the universe, and learned too late that their love would have consequences. In the dizzying aftermath, Luc refuses to accept his destiny—not if it means a life without Corinthe. As a fire rages through the Crossroads that connect worlds, Luc must find a way to turn back time and save Corinthe once and for all.Meanwhile, Luc’s 15-year-old sister Jasmine starts to realize things are not as they seem when time begins stuttering, sending her everyday life in San Francisco spinning into chaos. She’s thrown into the path of Ford, a troubled soul with a secret past, who helps her unravel the mysterious threads that connect them all.
Two breathtaking romances interweave across time in this story of what lies on the other side of Fate, as both Jas and Luc discover the incredible lengths they will go for love.
Tell us about the mythology behind your story and any fairy tales or myths you used.
Its a broader look at fate based out of mythology. Instead of having three sister Fates, there is a group of girls who oversee the general direction of everything in the universe. The Fates aren’t the ones who go out and made sure that destiny unfolds as its meant to be though, that job is up to the Executors. So while there are bits of mythology that inspired the books, its only at its most basic free will verses fate level.
If you could visit a hidden world or fictional place where would it be?
Narnia! I want to open an old wardrobe and step into another world!
Favorite writing music and snacks?
It depends on whether I’m writing contemporary or fantasy. For books like FATES and CHAOS, it has to be “big” music, think movie scores without words. I love chocolate, so mini anythings are pretty nice motivators! Chocolate truffles come out when I’m doing a really good job!
Lanie Bross was born in a small town in Maine, where she spent the next 18 years dreaming of bigger places. After exploring city life, she and her husband and two young sons ended up coming right back to the wilds of Maine where they now live just one house down from where she grew up. Fate, perhaps? She loves chasing around her rambunctious kids, playing tug-o-war with her 95 pound Lab, and writing for Young Adults. Chaos is the sequel to Fates.
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