Review: Fate & Fortune by Maz Maddox

Cover for Fate & Fortune by Maz Maddox

Title: Fate & Fortune

Author: Maz Maddox

Series: Stallion Ridge #6

Pages: 224

3 stars out of 5
3 stars – I liked it

Sky has been troubled with dreams of a dark fate for the town of Stallion Ridge. The only man who seems to be able to help him figure out the dreams is Victor, a carnival performer who is also phoenix. 

This was an interesting one. Sky has been the aloof and alone warrior throughout this series so I was glad to see he was finally getting his own story. His past was heartbreaking and I just wanted to hug him. Victor was a fascinating shifter and wonderful partner. He supported Sky and was determined to give him a family. Also, I loved that this book was centered around the idea of  found family and how it can sometimes be better than blood. 

The dreams and omens discussed in this were very interesting but also murky at times because they are dreams. I was very surprised by where the dreams led them and I really can’t wait to see how that plays out in the next book. Overall, I enjoyed this story and was so happy to see Sky finally find love. Now to see what is in store for Stallion Ridge next.

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Previous books and reviews for the series:

#1 Heartache & Hoofbeats
#2 Claw Marks & Card Games
#3 Suspects & Scales
#4 Rocks & Railways
#4.5 Mimics & Mayhem
#5 Runes, Ruin, & Redemption
#5.5 Dates & Disasters

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