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4.0 out of 5 starsThe last of the "Falling" series hits a home run!
Reviewed in Canada on May 3, 2015
I loved that all of Jasinda Wilder's books have a theme. This one deals with abandonment as a child ( and its repercussions in life) and recovery (through love) from grief after the death of a loved one.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 29, 2015
Reading this book was like visiting an old friend. Having not read much from Jasinda this year I turned to this book that had been sitting on my kindle for a while.
This book is part of the Falling series. The first two books focused on Nell and Colton and their friends Becca and Jason and how all of their lives changed with the death of a beloved friend/boyfriend. The story was then picked up further down the line and focused on the foursomes children, mainly Colton and Nell's daughter Kylie, at the end of Falling under Kylie's best friend (Ben) left heartbroken that Kylie had found love with someone else. All of us readers desperately wanted Ben's story and finally we have it, and it does not disappoint.
Having left to the tune of Passengers song "Let Her Go" Ben goes on a journey of self discovery, he plays the field and moves around the country until finally he settles down to play football. Just as he seems to settle he has a football related injury and his life takes another turn.
"A career-ending injury left me down-and-out, scraping the bottom of the barrel, hating myself and hating life. And then I met Cheyenne Leveaux, my physical therapist, who became my one and only friend, the one bright light in the darkness of my messed up life.
But of course nothing is ever simple, or easy.
Tragedy struck, and the rug was swept out from under me yet again, and this time the guilt, the doubt, the secrets, and the old heartbreak may threaten my one chance at true happiness, my one shot at my own happily ever after."
Yet again this story is emotionally charged and I could not put the book down. It was a great way to end the series and to start a new one (I'm really looking forward to reading about new characters introduced in this story) . This was a classic Wilder story.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 17, 2015
Jasinda, take a holiday, recharge your writing batteries! This series got steadily worse as it continued. The first book was great, the first book I read of Jasinda's. Second book was quite good but last two.... This last instalment was meant to be Ben's story but turned into a girl (with a questionable name) story! Echo?! Isn't that the margarine you use in cooking? Her story was uninteresting in fact there was no story at all. My bug bear with self published books are the glaring mistakes. Like Echo shrinking in height. Ben's eye colour changing. Sorry but this was awful .
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 20, 2015
This was a wonderful ending do the falling series . I'm so glad that Ben found his love and that he had so.done to catch him when he fell and echo she is a complicated girl.in herself but knew who would look after and help her when she needed it. Loves it