Reviewing and Reading books that were free or are free. You see, I finally caved and bought an eReader. Now I find I can't stop reading all the free books offered on the online market. Despite whether or not the book is a good read or not. In this blog I will weed through all books, whether it was amazing or a grammatically sad excuse for a book, because the point in the end is . . . HEY, IT WAS FREE!
Thursday, March 31, 2016
Hey, It's A Blog Tour for "Never Stop Falling" by Ashley Drew
by Ashley Drew
"Never Stop Falling" Genre: New Adult, Contemporary, Romance. 288 pages.
Corinne Bennett lives in the moment. Whether she’s skydiving out of an airplane, or setting off on the road to anywhere, she’s ready to dive into the next adventure. That is, if best friend and always-by-the-book Nicholas Kelley doesn’t put his foot down on her wild stunts first.
When Corinne gives in to her growing feelings for Nicholas the summer before their freshman year of college, she takes the ultimate risk, making this one adventure he has longed to explore with her.
But the moment they take that irrevocable leap, a shocking revelation blindsides Corinne, exposing her vulnerabilities, baring her fears, and shattering her beliefs about love. With their future—and most importantly, their friendship—now clouded in doubt, she must decide if love is really worth the risk.
Because when it comes to love, you never stop falling.
My Thoughts:Afraid Of Nothing Except Losing Her Love.
Amazing and sooo emotional, but beautifully written new adult novel that left me breathless. I quickly fell in love with the characters in this book and their struggles of taking that step in love. The story focuses on what love is and what it is too love someone as well as many family issues that make the story relatable on many levels.
For eighteen years Corinne Bennett and Nicholas Kelley have been best friends. But beneath their amazing friendship is something they have both been denying, a chemistry neither can resist. After one night of finally allowing the chemistry to come out between them, Corinne's life drastically changes making her flee the pain and Nick. Six years later after losing touch, Corinne returns to town and is immediately drawn back to Nick. Problem is both Corinne and Nick are in serious relationships, but when it comes to their special connection it's clear no one else can complete them. So when Nick offers Corinne his heart, the question is will she being willing to take the leap to love despite all the risks involved?
Overall, great new adult read. I loved the characters and relationship development. The story goes from present to past leading back to present while being told in dual narrative between the two main characters. My favorite character was definitely Corinne, she was sarcastic, vivacious and basically someone I'd love to hang with. She's the daredevil YOLO kind of girl, but with her heart, it's like Fort Knox. Reading about how Nick squeezed into her guarded heart and made Corinne a better person was so sweet. But the ending oh the ending!! It was so unexpected and yet beautiful as a reader I was pulled up and down with my emotions thinking the whole time "I better get my HEA or imma be extremely crushed!" (And probably pissed) The only way this book could have been better is for there to have been more mentions of Corinne and Nicks younger years shenanigans, because I'm sure they would have been epic and worth reading. So if you are looking for a story about a girl not afraid of anything except giving her whole heart away to a boy she knew since childhood who lets her know he is absolutely in love with her, than this book will be worth a read.
A San Francisco Bay Area native, Ashley Drew currently lives in Los Angeles. When she’s not going cross-eyed after writing for five hours straight, or burying her nose in a book, you’ll find her sprawled on her couch watching General Hospital, having alien conspiracy discussions with her husband over a bottle of bubbly, and dancing to Taylor Swift’s 1989 album with her daughter.