- File Size: 3883 KB
- Print Length: 322 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 1, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075WP1WYC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #591,698 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Fall From Grace Kindle Edition
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The entries from Noah helps you follow along with his life and emotions throughout the book making it that much more entrancing. I'd suggest it to anyone looking for an easy heartfelt read.
My Rating: 4.6 stars *****
“I received an advanced copy of this book from the author at no cost to me."
the story is in Grace’s view with Noah having a little bit in the beginning but it is Noah who captures you from the beginning. The love story starts when they are 6 and 7 and spans for 24 years. They meet when Grace moves close to Noah and they become friends in a treehouse. Noah brings her on adventures and meets the one that he wants to build a life for. He fights the odds of his childhood and his parents for her. It is Noah who captures your heart at the beginning and just doesn’t let it go.
Noah’s childhood is one that is filled with pain. His love for his parents is heartwrenching for you see that they are to far gone to do the same. You see how his dad will use him for his own gain and that just is sad. But Noah has Grace and she gives him hope. They have adventures together and get close. Over the years they become best friends and so close it scares Grace’s dad. He doesn’t think Noah will amount to much due to his parents and his upbringing but Noah is determined to show him he is wrong.
We see them be taken from each other at age 13 and watch them go through alot of growing in the four years they were apart. Never did they forget one another. Noah was put in a better life and shown love and thrived though he always remembered Grace. Counting the days until he saw her again. Grace’s mom was rooting for them quietly in the background too.
When they see each other again. the attraction and love is palpable between them. Grace has choices to make and her dad doesn’t make it easy. Noah still isn’t trusted by him. But Noah is still determined to prove him wrong. They grow close again and Noah shows her his love in such beautiful ways. Unfortunately fate rips our amazing couple apart and our hearts go with them. To me how Grace hurt Noah was horrendous. But Noah being the one that takes our heart understands and picks himself up and builds a life without her waiting for the moment she is ready. He is there in the background waiting while she goes to college. He is creating a good life for himself and is surrounded by happiness and loved ones. Grace is off trying to forget and move on. Only she never really does.
Suddenly they are together again in the same town and their worlds collide. Fate has shown them the way to each other’s hearts again. Only Grace does fight it at first and finally does gain the belief in their love and herself. She lets go of the past and her and her dad start to heal. She has the love she was meant to have with Noah was again.
This is a beautifully written, emotionally wrought book. One that is of a love that never dies and pulls a boy out of the darkness his life one. a love that gives a boy hope and has him strive to prove himself. A love that endured absences and heartache but came out stronger in the end.
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