- File Size: 887 KB
- Print Length: 376 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 24, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00WONO4JE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,201 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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>I am an independent reviewer. This series contains three books, Falling into Temptation, Falling into Exposure, and Falling into Surrender. The series ends with an HEA.
>Victoria is on the run, moving every few months. She literally runs into rich Gabriel one day and so begins his obsession with her. The story is very erotic with many BDSM scenes. There is a lot of angst on Victoria's part as she struggles with trying to have a relationship on the run. The author reveals only a little of her reasons for running, so it is hard to understand why Victoria can't stay and see where the relationship with Gabriel is going. By the end of the story, everything is revealed.
>Gabriel's backstory is told fairly quickly, but didn't seem all that bad to me. The angst was missing from his story. There really isn't much interaction with his past partners and Victoria. Other than Anya, no one else is a threat to Victoria. To me, the more threats, the greater the fight. The love story stalled at the end, but the reasoning given by Gabriel was weak and unsatisfying. However, I did like both Gabriel and Victoria and I wanted them to get their HEA.
>This story is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving this series 4 stars.
I don't even know what I could have suggested that would have retained my interest throughout the book other than, less... Maybe it's because you can only read about sex so many times before it becomes mundane. How many different ways can you describe oral sex? How many different ways can you describe finger manipulation? How many different ways can you describe the sex act, regardless of whether it's upside down, sideways, backward, right side up, on a table, a desk, a countertop, a chair, ....? Well, you get the picture. Yet, the tragedy here is that the book had a plot that included the sex, but it was so overdone that it detracted from the enjoyment of the book.
I have read a number of Ms. Zavarelli's books and have enjoyed them. I chose this one with my eyes wide open. It's just that I expected better than what she delivered.
I liked the blurb but i found the story a bit rushed in delivering of the punch lines and culminations in the plot. The characters seemed underdeveloped in their emotional expansivness they were attempting to achieve through out sexual liberation, and for me, there wasn't enough of power to hold it all together...
Like i said, I generally liked it but I didnt love it and I m glad that this author definitely showed her own growth and finesse in crafting her writing style.
Most recent customer reviews
First and foremost, kudos to Zavarelli for thinking and writing outside the box!Read more
I did not care for Gabriel all that much in book one because he was...Read more