- File Size: 1393 KB
- Print Length: 211 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: May 23, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00Y5VOAOW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #96,029 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Catch and Release (The Catch Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Trace had a horrible childhood. He lived with his grandmother who was emotionally abusive. It wasn't until Draby's family moved in next door that things got a little better. They became best friends and finally acted on their mutual attraction when Darby was 16. Afterwords, there's a lot of back and forth because Trace is battling so many demons that he just doesn't think he is worthy of Darby. For her part, Darby never gives up on him, but is eventually worn down enough that she tries to go back to a firmly friends only relationship when Trace's manwhoreish ways get out of control.
I wanted to love this one as much as I loved the first but I just couldn't. It was by no means bad at all. It just wasn't what I expected or hoped for. After Catch My Fall ends on a little bit of a shocker (not for the relationship since that was a beautiful HEA, but more of a plot line for future books shocker), I scoured the Internet for any signs of this book. I had to wait a while so I reread CMF just a couple of months ago. Maybe I'm just comparing apples to oranges since the stories are so different but I kept waiting for the story to start while I was reading.Read more ›
Catch and Release by Ella Fox is not about a story of prince charming coming to the rescue of a damsel in distress. Instead it's a story of a woman who is willing to stand by the man she loves and ready to catch his fall. A woman whose love for a man that has withstood heartache, pain and loss. A woman who didn't see a broken man but a man who just needed someone to bring sunshine, rainbows, and love back into his heart. A woman who showed that true love is about accepting all the scars and to not be ashamed of them. A book that reminds us all that true love is finding that person, who is willing to kiss every scar that has been buried in your heart and love you for who are. So can Darby McKenzie be strong enough to fight for both of them?
If you are a fan of best friends to lover romance stories, then this book might be for you. But what makes this book special is that Ms. Fox allowed her readers to feel the emotional pain of Trace Chamberlain as he battles the inner storms of his heart and past. Ms. Fox douses her readers with so many emotions that it makes you feel an emotional connection with Trace and Darby as they fight for their love. What I really loved about this book is that Ms.Read more ›
This story is different than some of Ella's other works. Where this book was less on steam, it spun an incredibly powerful and beautiful tale of unconditional love where two best friend's relationship was tested through the thickest and thinnest of times.
I would suggest if you want a friends to lovers romance that gives you all the feels: anger, happiness, sweetness, frustration, sadness, etc, then Catch and Release is the perfect story to sink your teeth into. Grab some tissues and prepare your heart. This story will catch your heart and never release it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After finishing the first book in the series, I have to admit I wasn't keen to read the second because I didn't like the way Trace kept cheating on Darby. Read more
If you read the first book you get to see a lot of the same scenes word for word from another perspective. This book is built up with flashbacks and it really drives the story. Read morePublished 6 months ago by MLOR
Loved book two. Like that fact that women can hold the male together in a bad time in their lives.Published 6 months ago by kim
This was a great finish to their story. It was sad watching Trace hurt himself and Darby so much. Loved the ending.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Standalone though part of a larger series
Told from both POVs
Minor editing errors
I could not put this book down. Read more
This was a wonderful book. I didn't read the first one and now I have to go back and read it. I love the chemistry between the two.Published 9 months ago by Andrea fleury
This was a good story. I enjoyed reading a Trace and Darby's journey to their happily ever after. It was definitely a long journey, but they got there.Published 10 months ago by Lindsay Lou