Review: J Lynn really knows how to turn up the heat in this series. I really had thought after the last book, that things could not get any hotter. Oh boy was I wrong.
I had a lot of fun reading about Roxy and Reece. Roxy is such a hoot and I loved how real she was throughout the whole book. How she struggled with what happened to her friend Charlie, how she tried to bring him back to the present. I just loved that about her, she was very mostly about being morally right. Because yeah if I was in her shoes I would be passed about what happened to my friend and hate the person who did that to them. Also the whole thing with Reece and the things she had a tough time telling him, were what a lot of people have hard times telling others. Well all of the things except the one big thing she did not tell. ( I won’t say what it is, but its a little funny. So now you just have to read the book to know).
Reece. Oh man, on man. He was not at all what I was expecting. After reading Jax and Calla’s book, I just got a little bit of who and maybe what kind of person Reece was. But nope after reading Fall with me, my whole image of him has changed. I actually understand him a lot more than any of the other male characters we have seen in the wait for you series. He was also very hot as hell in this book. If its one thing I know about J Lynn its that she does an amazing job describing the steamy moments in her books. By far the steamy moments in this book between Roxy and Reece have been so of the steamiest that I have read from her.
5 out of 5 stars.
376 pages. Paperback.
New Adult. Romance. Mature Content. Mature Themes. Contemporary.
Published by Avon Books.
Summary: Jennifer L. Armentrout, New York Times bestselling author of the Wait for You series, delivers a new novel of first love, second chances, and scorching chemistry between an artistic bartender and the tough, sexy cop who’s determined to win her.
Roxy’s loved Reece Anders since she was fifteen, so when the straitlaced cop finally surrendered to a steamy encounter years later, Roxy hoped he’d fall for her, too. He didn’t. Or that’s what she’s always believed. But then Reece storms back into her life when the man who injured her childhood friend is out of prison and wanting to make amends—something Roxy cannot do.
The last thing she wants is to go there with Reece again, but he’s determined to prove to her that he’s exactly what she needs. Especially when a sick creep starts messing with her. But what’s more dangerous to Roxy—a psycho after her or the past that refuses to let go and allow her to open up her heart again?
-Summary from GoodReads.com