No Perfect Fate by Jackie Weger

No Perfect Fate by Jackie Weger

No Perfect Fate

No Perfect Fate

Cleo Anderson finds herself camping where gators yawn, bears slumber and snakes slither. Her people skills are hesitant and alone is good… until one sun-drenched day, an encounter with a man and a girl will change her life forever.

About the author

Jackie Weger enjoys destination travel–going to new and strange places, meeting the natives, learning their customs, their foods, how they survive good times and bad. She lived part of one winter with trappers in the Louisiana Swamps, volunteered at a sister of Mercy Mission in Panama–and had one of the most interesting conversations in her life with an old man and his dog in the Village of Versailles. Jackie loves books, coffee, tea, cats, gossip and all things Southern.

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Loved no perfect fate
By Sharon Delzer on February 24, 2015
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This is a well written book that is more than a shallow romance novel. I had trouble putting it down before finishing it.

Tears and Laughter
By Arkansas reader on February 9, 2015
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I seldom leave a five-star review. I keep that for really special books–and this is one. A perfect mix of tears and laughter, it is so much more than a romance. You can get a synopsis of the plot from other reviews, but let me add that the author has laid the groundwork for the quirks and actions of the characters. They are well drawn personalities, imperfect people who were formed by their pasts, people who have demons to conquer before they can find peace and happiness. It is sensual without being too much sex. It is sad but you will laugh as the tears roll down your cheeks. Jackie Weger has gained a fan. I’ll be looking for other books by her.

well thought out beautiful romance

By Avtanner on February 5, 2015
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Cleo was raised by a bitter bigoted old woman -her grandmother. She was illegitimate and Gram never let Cleo’s mom forget what a horrible sinner she was-and when she died when Cleo was 11she told her to get as far away as she could from Gram. So Cleo married Peter. Frying pan to the fire- it turned out that he preferred men but he used Cleo to cook, clean, and put him thru law school…

Now at 30 Cleo is traveling in a camper and writing nature stories for children’s school books. She ends up in Georgia where she meets confirmed bachelor Fletcher and 11 year old Katie- and Katie is dying from cancer…

Katie knows she’s dying and her strength and purpose crack open the wounded heart Cleo has. Fletcher is already in love with her but the past just has her under its control- but experiencing Katie and learning love can be good from Fletcher breaks Cleo free….to love and be loved.

This book brought me to tears but it was uplifting too. Katie made lists of people to tell hello to when she got to Heaven and insisted on having holes in the back of her dress for her angel wings….beautiful story…

Five Stars
By Connie Alessi on February 21, 2015
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Loved this book. Read it with a box of kleenex!

Deceptively simple
By nichole coleman on January 30, 2015
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I really liked this book. It’s hard to describe because while it is technically a romance it is more. A story that was sad and happy at the same time. A story about life and death and how we all cope. Deceptively simple but well worth reading.

No Perfect Fate is a winner!
By RP Dahlke on February 27, 2015
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Laugh, cry, laugh again. Cleo and Fletcher are a love story that is woven in and around smart mouth, sassy and sweet eleven year old Katie–who is desperate to earn her wings before she gets to heaven. Jackie Weger has really pulled out the stops with this one. I won’t bother with retelling the plot, only that I was really surprised and pleased at how well this author deals with death of a child.. There’s hope for all of us even when there is no perfect fate. Wonderfully written and Highly recommended!

Truth of how love comes along, even in the midst of grief
By Fiona Greer on February 18, 2015
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I’ve enjoyed other books by Weber. This one was particularly poignant because it was a lovely love story thrown into story lines of love, loss, grief, self discovery. It was honest, and laugh-out-loud funny at times and on point especially in dealing with the loss of a loved one and how it can affect and strengthen love. I am also a fan of how Ms Weger writes romance without all of the details that are unnecessary to understand the passion between two people.



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