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Tristan Stone, rich, gorgeous, lonely. He has everything and can buy anything, except the one thing he really wants. Nina Edward’s Heart.
Imagine falling so deeply in love with someone, having your heart fully exposed and vulnerable to one person, and that person completely owns your heart and soul. You never thought you were capable of loving someone like that. Well that’s exactly what happened to Tristan. In Crash into me Tristan fell head over heels for Nina, we got to see the tender side of him, his vulnerable side, his protective side, and his commitment to Nina. UNTIL that one horrible night and a tragic accident that took it all away.
Fall Into Me opens with Tristan at the hospital preparing to take Nina home, their home, one she doesn’t remember. Nina’s accident stole 4 years of her life away and put it in a black hole. She doesn’t remember Tristan, she doesn’t remember her life with him, she remembers nothing. Her best friend Jordan tries’s to help her but to no avail.
Tristan is determined to make Nina love him as she did before. The way this story starts to unfold is the most romantic and beautiful love story I’ve read in a while. But he’s bound to help her get her memory back and if that doesn’t happen they’ll make new ones.
This story is also full of intrigue and suspense. Nina is still in danger by the Board of Tristan’s Corporation Stone Worldwide, they want her eliminated and he refuses to let that happen.
Without giving too much of the story away I’ll try and give a brief look into the read. One major event is when Tristan discovers the notes of Nina’s father. Tristan who is a powerful man was literally reduced to a hollow shell after reading. A member of his staff who he’s known his entire life and was more of a father to him then his own betrayed him in a devastating way. Tristan’s emotional life was spiraling out of control throwing him into a very dark place, threatening to take him down a destructive path. His life, his heart and his soul belongs to Nina and Nina only. He fears she will run from him again.
After reading this story I truly believe Nina fell deeper in love with Tristan and as you read you will see what I mean. Yes I cried reading this one also. OMG I just love Tristan and Nina and I can’t wait for Give Into Me. I’m thinking this is all Nina.
As a little teaser (hopefully this will be allowed in my review) I’m providing a link for a fan video done for Fall Into Me. [...]
I hope you enjoy reading this book and watching the video as much as I have. KM again you did not disappoint and I give this amazing story 5*.
So, when we last left Tristan and Nina they were at the hospital. Nina had found out that Tristan’s dad had her own father killed and that Tristan had been keeping it from her. In a rage, Nina drove away in Tristan’s BMW only to get into a terrible accident. When she wakes up Nina has amnesia and can’t remember the last four years of her life. She doesn’t remember her dad has died, her relationship (including getting engaged) to Tristan, or how she crashed.
We start with Tristan bringing Nina home from the hospital. While the novel flips between points of view, I’m glad we started off the story with Tristan. There were so many times in Crash Into Me (Heart of Stone #1) where I wanted to know what Tristan was thinking (except for the epilogue, the entire first book was from Nina’s pov). Right away I felt a connection with Tristan. Everything he did made more sense when I could actually read what he was thinking instead of watching it play out from Nina’s eyes. Tristan felt more human and much less cold and unfeeling, something I struggled with in the first novel.
In book one I had problems with some of Nina’s actions, but I felt like she at least gave me reason for decisions. In this book, I felt like Nina lost some of her intellect when she lost her memories. While she bent easily to Tristan’s will in the first book, in this book she just let him run over her. Nina hardly questioned anything about her relationship with Tristan and spent way too much time giggling. I felt as if her character regressed. When she finally did find the strength to confront Tristan at the club, it was almost near the end of the book. Another part that bothered me was that Roger’s character changed so much. I really liked him in the first novel, but in this book I found his actions rather odd.
In Crash Into Me (Heart of Stone #1), I didn’t always like Nina’s actions, but I understood why she made them. In Fall Into Me (Heart of Stone #2), I didn’t understand who Nina had become, but walked away with a much better understanding of Tristan. Although I had issues, I really have enjoyed Tristan and Nina’s journey so far. I hope that the conclusion to their story in Heart of Stone #3 rectifies some of my concerns and gives answers the ending Fall Into Me left us with.