Friday, June 6, 2014

Book Review - Fall to You by Lexi Ryan

My Thoughts

Hanna is finally beginning to remember her life right before the accident. Unfortunately for Max that includes the whole Meredith incident. Can I just say how intensely I dislike Meredith? She is a grown up mean girl and I wouldn't put it past her to have actually been the one to have pushed Hanna down the stairs. (Mark that down.) She remembers breaking it off with him and about his proposal.

She also remembers Nate. Oh boy does Hanna remember Nate. From their first meeting at the bar when they have their first sexy flirtation to the moment that changes everything between them. The memories come flooding back to her.

So now she remembers. Max now knows about Nate. Nate has made it clear that he doesn't want a relationship. And Hanna still has a few important things to remember and one is REALLY important. Add a little more love triangle drama here...I know it's hard to believe that there can be more than this, but there is and there's a few shockers included. I am so not gonna go spoiler on you though.

If it weren't for Meredith being the added bonus of picking Max, I would totally be teamMAX. She the virus that will infect a relationship and kill it quick. Why Max you ask? Because he believed in her dream and helped her achieve it without a single string attached. I could get on board with the Nate train too though except for that whole I can't give you what you need but now I think I love you and want more deal. Hanna is totally a hometown girl and Nate is a travelling rocker so I am not sure how that can work. I do love their hotness together though, but Max and Hanna can scorch some sheets too. So I am impatiently waiting for part three of the trilogy to see who Hanna picks.

I give Fall to You 5 hearts!


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About the Book

  Fall to You is the second book in the Here and Now series. It is not a stand-alone and is intended to be read following Lost in Me. Hanna’s story concludes in book three, All for This.

  Torn between two men…   

 When I woke up after the accident, I couldn’t remember anything from the last year—including my relationship with Max Hallowell or anything about Nate Crane. Now my memories are returning, but instead of answering my questions, they’re leaving me with more.   

The man who broke my heart and wants to be my future…   

Max is all I ever wanted, and now he wants to marry me. He’ll do everything he can to fill my life with love, family, and security. I need those things now more than ever. But can I trust him? 

The man who stole my heart and wants to let me go…   

Nate never made me promises, and I never asked him to. I’d been on the rebound, looking for a distraction, and he made me feel beautiful and wanted when I needed to feel those things most. He says he has to let me go, but what if I can’t let go of him?   

With every revelation and every passing day, I feel more like Alice down the rabbit hole. I’m falling. Who will catch me?

About the Author 

 Once a college English professor, I now write full time. I live in rural Indiana, where, when I'm not writing, I get to hang out with my husband and two kids--a six-year-old boy and a two-year-old hellion, er, girl. Not surprisingly, reading and writing remain my favorite activities, though both come in bits and pieces these days, not the big hunks of time I enjoyed before I had children. When I'm feeling virtuous, I like to go running (I use that word liberally. I'm really, really slow) or do yoga. Don't worry, I'm always careful to balance out such activities with a hearty serving of ice cream or a chocolate martini.

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