Rewriting Destiny

Rewriting Destiny A magnetic attraction Someone I started to love long ago But our destinies are pulling us apart gay sweet wholesome college romance No explicit content Focus on slow burn true love and character build

  • Title: Rewriting Destiny
  • Author: Meredith Taylor
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A magnetic attraction Someone I started to love long ago But our destinies are pulling us apart gay sweet wholesome college romance No explicit content Focus on slow burn true love and character building No cliffhangers, HEAKyle Abrahams is a wunderkind science geek He has just started doing his masters in engineering, the youngest student ever accepted intoA magnetic attraction Someone I started to love long ago But our destinies are pulling us apart gay sweet wholesome college romance No explicit content Focus on slow burn true love and character building No cliffhangers, HEAKyle Abrahams is a wunderkind science geek He has just started doing his masters in engineering, the youngest student ever accepted into the program at Ridgemont University He graduated high school at only 15 years old and finished his undergrad degree at the age when most other students were only starting theirs In his research at the Academy for Experimental Science and Technology, Kyle has developed something that might seem impossible a window into the future, a device that can calculate probabilities and predict events with amazing accuracy He realizes how dangerous the machine can be and doesn t know if he should go public with it, but while he figures that out he uses the machine for his own benefit to profit from the stock market, to apply for research grants and to finally impress people at parties with his new psychic abilities.Unfortunately, the device predicts something terrible will happen in the near future Marshall de Villiers, the Ridgemont rugby champion and high school friend of Kyle s, will suffer a devastating accident during the championship final rugby match Kyle decides that, since it was his machine that predicted it, it s his duty to save Marshall Besides, maybe for once the geek can be the hero It s up to Kyle to get close to Marshall, not giving away too much about his device but somehow making Marshall trust him, and to convince him to drop out of the match.Marshall de Villiers is the overconfident, charming captain of the Ridgemont University rugby team Marshall is loved by everyone, and he s always the center of attention, but there s a side to Marshall that no one knows Deep down, Marshall is wondering whether being the rugby legend is all that he is, and whether fulfilling his father s dreams is all that he s destined for His father had mapped out Marshall s life since before the day he was born Marshall would be everything that his father never could by becoming a professional rugby player But Marshall wonders if he can change his destiny and pursue his secret dream of being a songwriter Of course, no one will even entertain the thought of Marshall doing anything besides rugby.When Marshall runs into childhood friend Kyle Abrahams again, the guy who was such a genius that he skipped two grades in high school, Marshall is intrigued by someone who is so fearlessly himself Marshall finds himself drawn to Kyle maybe this is finally someone he can show all of the parts of himself to, someone he can trust to accept him for who he is But when Kyle starts talking crazy, telling Marshall to drop out of the championship game because something terrible is about to happen, the trust between them is tested Marshall wants to believe that he is in charge of his own destiny, and nothing is meant to be, no matter how sure Kyle is that his computer program s prediction is right Will Marshall listen to Kyle s ramblings and trust the program that Kyle seems to place all of his faith in Or will he follow his father s wishes and be the man his father believes he was meant to become Kyle and Marshall soon start to realize that their destinies are intertwined, and that the feelings that are starting to develop between them might be written in the stars But if Marshall goes through with the rugby match and the program s prediction is right, their journey might just be cut short It s a conflict of science and faith, brain and brawn, self determination and predestination in this tale of love, trust, and being who you truly are.Medium heat, medium angst Emphasis on sweet romantic moments and character driven, slow burn true love.

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    1. Probably 2.75I am not quite sure why this series does not thrill me much, so far, but I will persevere. In this there is a lot of story-the synopsis is detailed enough without me saying more. There is some angst, a bit of generational conflict, some guilt and a love affair with just a little sex.It is reasonably well-written.( Two errors: "discrete" should be "discreet" and "deers" is not the plural of "deer", the word remains the same, singular or plural.)I just found it boring. It lacked spar [...]


    2. This is a book that is full of angst that involves Kyle a science nerd and Marshall, a rugby jock. Brains and brawn except that Marshall is actually pretty smart and gentle with the soul of a poet and singer trapped in a life that everyone else controls. Kyle has finished an algorithm for his professor and it is a program that predicts the odds on information fed to it. This is a busy story with a lot going on. A story full of angst, emotional turmoil, feeling trapped in a life you don't want, w [...]


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