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FALL (Gentry Boys #4) by [Brent, Cora]
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  • File Size: 3007 KB
  • Print Length: 364 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: January 20, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00SJE6XNC
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I really like how Brent can write such regretful, even sorrowful characters. There's this feeling of loneliness to them, of past hurt and damaged souls, but she makes sure to balance that all out with love and hope. These characters have tragic pasts in some way or another, but there's also a real sense of promise to them as well.

A tough, hot biker, tatted up and rough around the edges; and a defiant girl desperate to define herself, to claim her own free will. They're so good together and exactly what the other needs. He's 28 years old, Jenny is 19, and I liked how Deck thought Jenny was too good for him, too young, and that he was just not anything she ought to need. I always love a hero who second-guesses the relationship but just can't leave it, or her, alone. At first, I thought Jenny wasn't being very smart, but then I saw that she is young and so busy running from her past, that she's not really looking to where she's going. It made sense. There was a strength about her, a purpose. She just had to see it.

The sex was hot and needy, and there was a good build-up to it as well. I thought the romance was well played, too. By the end of the story, I was believing that these two had something together, something to build on.

There were some things that were sad to me, like Reese, Amelia, Maggie's wedding picture, the red snow, the stale cake mix. Kind of haunting, bittersweet images nicely layered into the story. This author has a way of showing you the bad but also the good in people.

I do think if you've read the other Gentry boys' books, you'll have a deeper appreciation for this story. I loved seeing all the boys again, and this book really ended on a high note, for everyone. A sweet ending, well-deserved for this h/H. I'm looking forward to seeing where else the author goes with this series.
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I'm so in love with this book that I don't know where to start. Have you ever dream of the perfect man....if you have then you need to read Deck story. This is a book that will make you laugh and cry. It will keep you reading it until you can't read anymore and still then you will not be able to put it down. The way that Cora Brent intertwine all her other books in this one is amazing. You will know what's going on in her MC world and will have a view of how the triplets Gentry are doing while you learn to love Declan and Jenny. In this book you are going to learn more of the triplets childhood thru Deck's eyes and you are going to fall in love with this big alpha male, foul mouth big heart man. I wish I can give this book more than five stars because it actually deserve more. In other words this book is absolutely PREFECT. if you love Cora Brent's book this one is going to rock your world. If you are a Cora Brent virgin then don't be shy, buckle up and jump in this ride, I can guarantee you that you are going to have the time of your live....... Cora Brent outdid herself again.........like I said this book is ABSOLUTELY PERFECT.....
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Fall is the fourth installment in the “Gentry Boys” series and it is the end of the road for me. I loved the first two books, Risk and Draw, in this series but I hated the third, Game, so much I couldn’t even finish reading it. I gave Fall a chance because I was interested in Declan’s story after reading about him in the other books and because I figured 2/3 wasn’t bad odds for getting another book that I really loved. I didn’t completely miscalculate. I was able to finish Fall, fairly quickly in fact, and I certainly didn’t hate it. I just didn’t love it and I think I know why.

Let me start with the reasons I didn’t hate this book: The book is well written, there is a plot outside of the romance that is developed although not compelling and the main characters are likeable.

Fall is the story of 28 year old Declan and 19 year old Jenny. Both Declan and Jenny are struggling with issues created by their pasts, Declan has “not good enough” syndrome because of his history of manwhoring and one massively failed relationship from his youth. Also, if you’ve read any of the other books in the series you know that Declan is a Gentry which means he comes from a long line of people considered absolute good for nothing trash. Jenny is mildly defiant and confused about her place in the world because the majority of her life was spent in a creepy religious cult. Jenny and Declan get together when Jenny is in need of assistance and Declan happens to have his cape handy, he swoops in and saves the day…well, sort of. From that point on they embark on a relationship which brings me to my reasons I didn’t love this book.

The relationship story line is relatively flat. Once the characters get together, there isn’t a lot of internal or external conflict in the story.
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We've caught glimpses of Deck in the previous Gentry books and I for one was so excited when I found out he was getting his own book. While I try and patiently wait for books I tend to over hype the character in my head. After reading Fall I can say that Deck lived up to all my expectations and then some. Deck was protective, gruff, sweet....and he talked dirty....so for me the perfect man. Heroines are usually a hit or miss for me, but I adored Jenny as much as I loved Deck. Jenny had a quiet strength that I appreciated. Absolutely love Cora Brent's writing, her characters are so distinctive. Can't wait for her next book.
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