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No Perfect Fate Kindle Edition
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Cleo Anderson had never been good with people, and she sometimes argues with a voice in her head. She thought she found the right man, ignored the warning voice in her head, married him, only to realize the guy's actually bi and only used her to put himself through law school. Cleo bought a camper and traveled the US alone, and ended up at a fishing camp in the wilds of the Okefenokee Swamp, Louisiana, where you get to see bears, gators, and snakes as practical neighbors. The owner was kind, the camp pace slow, and things are okay, then Cleo met Fletcher and his goddaughter, Katie, dying of cancer. Fletcher is a lawyer who's taking time off to deal with Katie's terminal illness... Katie knew the end is coming soon. Cleo's heart went out to the brave little girl, and Fletcher made her feel all gooey inside. But her voice is still doubting. When a swamp fire threatened the camp, and Katie's illness took a turn for the worse, it will be up to Fletcher and Cleo to get everyone out alive... and deal with the doubts in their hearts, even as a threat from her past made an appearance...
At first, I thought Cleo was schizophrenic, but the way the author dealt with it was the voice basically went away "You don't need me anymore" after Cleo and Fletcher got married, in the final page of the book. A little melodramatic, and the part about Katie struggling with her condition was heart-wrenching, but it's *almost* a distraction from the romance itself. The twist later however made up for it, and the voice... is almost a separate character. And the way that ended... was kinda sad, but satisfying ending.