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Two years ago Charlotte's best friend was in a car accident with Zack and Zan. Zack, who is a horrible person, but always seems to get all the girls, was in the car with Lottie's bff and Zan, who was driving. There is so much hurt and heartbreak there with Charlotte not really able to move on from what happened. Her bff will never be the same and she blames herself. She should have been able to stop it, even though she did everything she could. She always takes on responsibility for things she doesn't have control over. Much like Zan seems to do.
Zan has had a rough two years. He has paid for what he has done, but in some ways he is still paying for it. He has had a crush on Charlotte forever, but he never knew how to approach her. He is not a talker, he is very quiet, and he just doesn't know what to say. He tried that fateful night to finally say something to her, but it just doesn't work out. Then everything changed and now she hates him. Or so she says. But there is still something there. And what would she say if she knew the truth? Zan has been picking up after Zack for so long he doesn't know any different. And when Zack makes mistakes Zan feels responsible, even though Zan doesn't have anything to do with it.
Oh these two. They both take on so much responsibility for other and blame themselves for others mistakes. If only they would have done something, if only they would have said something or done something differently. If only. The two of them...oh they got to me. Zan is such a sweet, kind person. He lets Charlotte yell at him. He lets her do whatever she needs to because he knows how much hurt that night caused her. Only she seems to maybe not really hate him as much as he first thought. It seems like she might actually like him...oh it was a rough ride. Lots of ups and downs, lot of Charlotte not being able to reconcile what she is feeling and what she thinks she should feel. Lots of me just wanting good things to finally start happening to Zan. Lots of great story to read.
Through it all, through Zan and Charlotte trying to figure everything out, you also have Zack who is a horrible person stirring up drama. He just does whatever he wants and doesn't care about others. If he wants something too bad if you say no. He really needed Zan to stop cleaning up his messes. He needed to start taking responsibility for his atrocious behavior. I am glad he got what was coming to him in the end. It was a really great read and I can't wait to read the secondary character's stories! I hope they are just as good as this one was.
This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland
What I enjoyed from this book was that it wasn't exactly the typical "bad boy meets damaged girl" storyline that many books follow. There's nothing ultimately wrong with that type of story, but seeing it changed up even the slightest helped me enjoy this one a bit more. Instead of the damaged girl having something happen directly to her, it was her friend that was on the receiving end of a bad situation. Yes, this did affect Lottie, but at a different level than many books. It's a similar situation with Zan, the male lead.
Another thing I liked was the dual POV. I'm not always pleased with dual POV books because some authors can't write two different voices or keep the points of view separate enough while keeping the flow of the story going. Deeper We Fall benefited from the dual POV, though. Seeing what's going on in both character's heads was great. I also think it was done in a way that didn't reveal too much as to spoil the story. That's another obstacle when getting into one of the antagonists' (Zan's) heads. It also allowed me to sympathize with Zan, when in a book from just Lottie's POV, I might be "forced" to hate him like she seems to.
I don't want to discuss the plot too much in this review. It's best to let the reader find out about that through reading the book itself. There are some nice plot points enjoyed, some fun moments, and also some very emotional ones. There's a lot of punch packed inside this book. I'm hoping that in the next book, I'll find even more to like about this series.
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