A bit cheesy, but at least Mozzarella

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Just from the title, I knew this was going to be a bit on the cheesy side. Flirting with Fate? Okay, a bit cliche, but maybe some good laughs will make up for that.

100 pages in... whelp, okay. Still smelling all this parmesan.

The book starts off with a prologue (who would have guessed) where a storm rushes in on Southern California. Accordingly, it claims "One life, two hearts, and six destinies".

The one life is Ava Granados's grandmother, her nana. Unfortunately the flash flood renders her unable to attend to her deathbed, where Nana would have blessed Ava. BUT BUT BUT, Ava's grief lasts about five pages because Nana shows up as a ghost to tell her... that she DID bless her... but the blessing MISSED her, and landed on the boy Ava met earlier, who (surprise surprise) becomes Ava's love interest.

Okay, so it was nothing original. I didn't really get anything out of it. But it didn't suck. It was good enough to go on top of pizza, anyhow.