Genre: New Adult
Series: Here and Now #2
Length: 234 pages
Publisher: Lexi Ryan Books; 1 edition (May 29, 2014)
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?
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REVIEW (contains spoilers):
I enjoyed the first book in the series, Lost In Me, but this one sort of gave me a headache.
Fall To You is told from three—yes, three!—first person point of view. We get to see flashbacks of what happened between Max and Hanna, how their relationship developed. And we also get Nate and Hanna's relationship. I don't mind flashbacks and such but this one made my head spin.
Almost everything comes to light as to what broke Max and Hanna apart. Hanna is recovering bits and pieces of her memory as she's trying to get the last eleven months back. Max and Hanna were getting married but she finds out that Max may not be in it for the right reasons. Hanna then meets Nate, who in turn falls in love with her. Then they get all down and dirty with each other. Surprise! There's a little bundle of joy. Max is willing to still marry Hanna but Hanna is all confuzzled with her feelings. Urgh. It's like the freaking Thunderdome. Two guys go in, only one gets the girl. Or something like that.
You have to read this series from the beginning or you'll get a little lost if you just jump in. If you're looking for a super angsty read where each character mentally wallows in guilt, this book is for you. I'm actually looking forward to the conclusion of this series just to see what the hell happens next with Hanna, Max, Nate and a little bundle of joy.