- File Size: 7953 KB
- Print Length: 29 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Fidem Publishing (August 6, 2015)
- Publication Date: August 6, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B013JEGY4E
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,418,162 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Fall Out (Against the Tides Book 1) Kindle Edition
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When Ariana gets the worst possible news only seven days from her husband’s return from deployment, her world is turned upside down. This was supposed to be his last deployment and he would be home for good. But just seven days before she gets the dreaded knock at the door.
Unable to deal with her loss, she shuts out everyone close to her, including her best friend Emerson and her husband Brett’s best friend Knox. While Ariana is lost in her grief she finds out that her best friend’s life is now in danger, and she never even had the chance to say goodbye.
Fall Out is a very fast read and an excellent prequel to the first full-length novel in the series, American Made. It sets up the key players for the series and while it is not necessary to have read Fall Out before starting American Made, it will make the friendships and love connections all the more important. I’m glad I was able to start right into American Made upon completion of Fall Out as it was an excellent read and immediately made me care for the characters. As a military spouse I usually go out of my way to avoid military romances, but in this case, I’m glad I took the chance. This is shaping up to be a great series.
Ariana Coleman has a week before her husband Brett comes home for good. She been counting the days of his last deployment and fearing the worse. Seven days when she can touch him again and lives together.
Ari has always stuck to a routine until her best friend Emerson changed her routine. Now she feels a sense of guilt wondering if she should have kept to her routine and her husband would not be dead now.
She finds herself lost in her own world barely surviving. She takes out her anger at her best friend whom she has not spoken to since that fatal day and her husband best friend Knox who watch his friend get ambush and could not save him. She blames him for coming back alive while her husband died two days before his final tour.
How long will she grieve for a husband who is gone and stop blaming herself? Will she be able to move past her grief and find love again? We cannot wait to see what happens to her.
Ari and Brett are deeply in love. He’s been deployed, along with his best friend Knox, and only has seven days until he can come home to his wife Ari. Only Ari keeps having these bad nightmares about something happening to Brett and can’t shake the feeling of dread coming her way.
How does a person get over losing their other half? People handle grief in different ways. Ari completely shuts down and loses herself in the grief.
Fall Out might have been a really short read, but in a short amount of time, the author was able to introduce the major characters, develop their emotions, and keep me wanting more. Review posted by Jennifer for MNP.
Looking around, I noticed that she has only very recently released what she's calling a prequel novella, Fall Out, to her new series. (Against the Tides) So, for a dollar, I thought I'd give it ago.
Its short. and one would think it would take a little more than 29 pages to introduce four significant characters, and several minor ones, set the stage and hook the reader into wanting desperately for August 28 to get her that little bit sooner so we can get to know these characters, and their stories better.
If you did think that, however, you'd be wrong.
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