Author: Courtney Cole
Summary (from Goodreads)
What would you do if you held Fate in your hands? 17-year old Macy Lockhart has the weight of the world on her shoulders. For thousands of years, she has been a Keeper in the ancient organization, the Order of the Moirae… and she literally holds fate in her hands. But this is something that she forgets because her memories are wiped clean in every life until it is time for her cycle to start again. For the last two thousand years, this has never been a problem. Until now. And now…Fate, the very thing that Macy was born to keep, is being challenged and she has only one choice: To return to a previous life to fix it; a life where she was Cleopatra’s handmaiden, Charmian. And that’s not all. Unless she interferes with the fabric of time, the very thing she has returned to repair, her soul mate will die leading Marc Antony’s forces against Rome. Can she really stand aside and allow the love of her life to die all over again?
okay so I just finished Every Last Kiss by Courtney Cole...I'm now making it part of my MISSION to review the books I read..so i can blog about it...this would be my first "official" review ever...so we will see how it goes...okay so no surprises here I loved the book (in previous "reviews" that I have done this is where I would've pretty much stopped), but now I'm going to go into why i loved it so much...okay so not your typical book...before this book I would definitely shy away from anything having to do with "history" or the setting be in the past...but somehow Courtney Cole has changed my mind...she put a very interesting twist on Ancient Egypt and gave it a modern feeling while staying true to the setting...it also kept me on my toes...no where in the book could I figure out what was going to happen in the end...not only that but once I got to the end I felt like that book could stand by itself...so I wasn't dying to start reading Fated (2nd book in The Bloodstone Saga) while I was writing this review...and like so many other romance novels I have read I loved the strong, gentle, masculine, chivalrous male role Hasani played...this is something guys should pay attention to...CHIVALRY ISN'T DEAD...girls still love it and shouldn't have to only fantasize about it in books