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Deeper We Fall (Fall and Rise Book 1) by [Cameron, Chelsea M.]
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About the Author

Chelsea M. Cameron is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Nocturnal, Whisper, My Favorite Mistake, and the Fall and Rise series, among other titles.

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  • File Size: 838 KB
  • Print Length: 453 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: January 23, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00B5I2WV6
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Some days I question why I try reading New Adult. Other days, I drool over pretty covers, book boyfriends, and amazing writing and remember why I love New Adult. Deeper We Fall resides in the former category. It isn't that bad by any means. It's just recycled. From the very beginning of this book, I felt like I had read it before. It uses a lot of the cliche themes that are overdone in New Adult and tosses them together.

Lottie wasn't an easy read for me. I found her to be annoying. For me, I felt like the author tried too hard to make her endearing but she overdone it. There were a few parts of Lottie's internal dialogue that I skipped. I just couldn't do it. Zan on the other hand. Shew. Even though the plot twist with him was visible a mile away, I loved me some Zan. He was a very sweet guy. That's the reason why I think Lottie and he didn't make a good match. He seemed way more mature than her and at times I questioned their relationship.

There is a diverse cast of characters to be found in Deeper We Fall, though. I really enjoyed that aspect. And I enjoyed hating Zack. He truly was scum. All in all, Deeper We Fall will appeal to die hard New Adult fans. It hits on several key components of the genre. As long as you don't mind reading something similar to other books, I think Deeper We Fall is a safe pick.

**I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review with no compensation.
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There has been a formula for most novels that has been around since the days of old. The typical "bad boy" and the broken girl get together and live happily ever after.

Chelsea Cameron decided to take this old formula and put a new twist on it that isn't like anything else on the virtual shelves.

Told from dual POV's we get to see inside the lives of Lottie and Zan after a tragic car accident, two years before, left Lottie's best friend, Lexie, with a traumatic brain injury and Zan with a haunting secret.

When Zan and his brother show up at the same college Lottie and her twin brother are attending, Lottie feels like she's suffocating. No matter where she turns, there are the "brothers of doom."

But maybe Zan isn't the monster she thought he was. His guilt washes over him like a tidal wave, but it's made him a softer human. Unlike his brother Zak who seems to taunt Lottie at every turn.

When both Lottie and Zan's walls are broken down these two beautifully broken people find the light at the end of the tunnel. This story doesn't exactly have that "and they lived happily ever ending," but Cameron gives it a realistic ending that will leave the reader satisfied yet still craving more.

**Note: The reviewer received an EARC of this book in no exchange for an honest review**
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I really really liked this book. Sometimes it takes putting a book down to do something you need to do before you realize how much you like a book. I was reading it and really into it, but then I had to work and thoughts of the book consumed me and had me wondering when I would have a chance to get back to it. That was when I realized I was hooked. A great kind of hooked it was like an addiction to this book!

Lottie/Charlotte was a great main character. The Parker brothers Zan/Alex and Zack caused her best friend Lexie to become brain damaged in a car accident and she hated them for it. Lexie now acts like a child and has fits due to the accident.

Lottie and her twin brother Will (who I love) go to college. Will rooms with his best friend Simon who is also awesome and also like a brother to Lottie. One the first day Lottie meets her roommate Katie. Turns our Katie is dating none other than Zack Parker.

Over the course of this wonderful book Lottie is tough and in your face with the gift of gab. Not only does she say a lot but she says what she is thinking good or bad. She develops close friendships with Trish her co-worker, and her roommate Katie. She also meets Aud in class and becomes friends with her too. Charlotte learns that things aren't always what they seem and gets close to someone she thinks she shouldn't and watching her friends and her relationships grow is so enjoyable to read about.

Zan has issues since the car accident. He doesn't have many friends and he is keeping a secret that is killing him. He meets Stryker in class and they have stuff in common and become friends.
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I will preface this by saying that I'm not the target age group for this book.
I normally enjoy a good angsty teen, life is drama romance but this was more like a Harlequin YA romance. Formulaic boy/girl misunderstanding/soon fixed or forgiven add some sex = happily ever after. About 75% of the way into the book I regretted the time spent reading it. I also wanted to smack a couple of the characters around. Too much self doubt and 'I deserve what I get' mentality mixed with awkward references that were probably meant to give the story an edgy vibe. meh.
I will not be reading the second in the series.
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