{Arc Review} A Ruinous Fate by Kylie Smith


Fate does not choose the weak. Fate chooses the ready.

Calliope Rosewood is a witch with a long streak of bad luck. Like all witches in Illustros, her fate is directly tied to Witch’s Dice—powerful artifacts that have blessed her kind with limitless magic but also set them on a path toward destruction. Cursed with unspeakable powers that terrify even the most dangerous witches and fae, Calla deserted her coven four years ago and has been in hiding with her two best friends since. But Calla is also hiding a grave secret: She is only three Rolls away from becoming the last Blood Warrior and starting the Final War that will decimate her people and eradicate their magic.

After a betrayal from her ex leads her one step closer to fulfilling that age-old prophecy, Calla is desperate to do whatever it takes to reset her fate . . . even if that means journeying into the deadly Neverending Forest with said ex and his enticing, yet enigmatic older brother to find the one being who can help her forge her own path. As Calla ventures farther into the enchanted woods, she finds her heart torn between her past desires and the alluring new possibilities of her future and learns that choosing your own destiny may come with deadly consequences.

My Review:

A Ruinous Fate was such a magical read. I really love the world building and the magic system. There are lots of characters to love or hate. Mostly, everyone in the book is stubborn. Plus, there are some fun killer creatures after them. This new fantasy book comes out on January 3rd, so add it to your tbr.

Calla and her two best friends are on the run from her coven. She is very unlucky with her fate and love life. After she almost got auctioned off, she ran into her ex. Now, she forms and unlikely allies with him and his crew to change her fate.

This book was very fun, beginning until the end. Everyone has such trust issues and is just always fighting. Which was funny at times. The magic system with dice was totally different than any other fantasy read. The romance is kinda love and hate going on. Which i don’t mind since I just love the storyline.

A Ruinous Fate is perfect for fantasy lovers out there, Check it out next year.


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