But not all of them don't you worry after all there is book three. Hanna is the worst heroine ever. Someone, please name someone worse than her!
I dare you! She just can't make up her mind. Well, I read it so the joke is on me.. View all 3 comments. Drama, drama, drama. Back and forth.
The angst and indecisiveness is killing me! However, I still can't hang it up, no matter how frustrated I am. So, on to book I love this series! Hanna's story is gut-wrenching and frustrating at times, but so sexy.
Especially, Nate. There were so many unanswered questions at the end of Lost In Me that I couldn't wait to get my hands on this book. I devoured it in one sitting. I was surprised by some of the twists and that one of the major question was left unanswered.
How did Hanna end up at the bottom of the stairs? Who was involved? I thought for sure we were going to find out. And he did that somewhat, but my heart is still with Nate.
Did I mention I'm Team Nate? Apparently, Hanna doesn't see things the way I do because she is still torn between the two. She made some questionable decisions toward the end of the book that left me really frustrated. I can't wait to find out how this series is going to end.
View all 5 comments. I am loving what Lexi Ryan is doing with this series. I experienced such a huge range of emotions while reading Fall to You that I've been going crazy waiting to have someone to talk about it. There are so many different scenarios I can think of for the conclusion of this series. I'm not sure which will happen, but I do know which outcome I want! The timeline was a little disappointing at first. I was expecting Fall to You to pick up right where Lost in Me left off.
I obviously was anxious to ge I am loving what Lexi Ryan is doing with this series. I obviously was anxious to get more details about THAT cliffhanger but I loved all the extra back story so much that I really didn't mind waiting for more info. The story flowed really really well and I never felt lost or confused. Lexi masterfully gave us the right amount of information at just the right time to keep the story moving along in a very captivating way.
I really couldn't put it down. If it weren't for life's commitments it would of been a marathon read for sure! I'm thankful that the wait for the conclusion of the Hear and Now series, All for This, isn't far off. Its expected out in August Let me tell you Fall to You ended with a doozy of a cliffie! Talk about making the readers sit on the edge of their seat in anticipation of book 3.
I was enthralled by the tale Lexi Ryan has spun here; work, text messages, emails, hungry children See our full review of this title at Reading Betwee 4. See our full review of this title at Reading Between the Wines Book Club Fall To You should not be read as a stand-alone, you must read the first book Lost In Me to understand anything that is going on, and you'll be dying for the third book, All For This!
I know I am! This book!! It has me in knots!! Nate, Hanna and Max. Decisions, Decisions! Normally in a romance book, you have a clear ima This book!! Normally in a romance book, you have a clear image of who you want your heroine to be with and even in a love triangle, you at least have a cloudy view of where you want the story to end and most times are slanting one way to the other by middle way of the book. But in this book? All of this is a testament to how well these books are written.
The first book opens up with Hanna in the hospital, battered and with no memory of how she got there or the last year of her life. It was easy to follow and it explained so much. I loved getting the full story of how Nate and Hanna met.
Those two are sweet together even though most of their relationship was based on escape. They were both running from something but it turned in to so much more.
About middle way, the book practically picks up where the first ended and as the story unfolds, more pieces fall into line and the fallout from book one is slowly being worked through even as new problems arise. Max, Hanna and Nate are all in a tough situation.
Nate was broken and tortured by things he thought were true about himself and his fear of hurting the one person he wanted to protect the most, his son, had him walling up his heart to any potential love or future family. In this second book, we see how Hanna breaks down those walls and he comes to want more. Max would to but Hanna is so twisted up about her looks, she never lets her guard down around Max. Nate enables that freedom Hanna wants and needs.
My heart broke for her but I also just wanted to smack some sense into her. She let Meredith's manipulative ways keep her from the happiness she could have found and her heart strayed.
Who knows what book three will reveal. Hanna has two wonderful men, both accepting her for herself, both wanting her to choose them. And that ending.. The mother of all cliffies. It was predictable and I saw it coming from a mile away but it broke my heart and had me cheering all at the same time. At this point, it could go either way. This book was edgy, revealing and super sexy.
I am so ready for book three! View all 4 comments. Initial reaction: I don't know what to think about this series still. More formulaic than the first book, but at least I got to know Max and Nate a little more in this book than the last, and it kept me reading. It backtracks to the timeline before Hannah's memory loss, so I was glad for the answers.
But I didn't like the switching of POVs that much, the sensual scenes overtook the potential development of the story, and I felt like reading this dragged me through the mud too much. Still thinking Initial reaction: I don't know what to think about this series still. Still thinking about the rating on this one, but it'll likely be 1. I'll finish out the series, though. Full review: "Fall to You" did keep me reading, but what made me angry is that it falls right into the typical, cliche NA storyline with heavy melodrama.
Too much of this book was hampered down by superfluous sex scenes that made the read longer than it should've, plus so much headhopping that the pacing slowed to a crawl. But I'll admit I appreciate Lexi Ryan's writing and attention to the character emotions. Hannah backtracks through her past up until the five days before she had her accident. Much of it had to do with her body insecurities and emotional challenges which led her between relationships with Max and Nate.
Max and Nate felt less cardboard in construction in this novel, that much I appreciated. Forgotten your password? Email address. Get the best experience with our premium plans.
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