- File Size: 1166 KB
- Print Length: 308 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Angela Verdenius; 1 edition (November 1, 2014)
- Publication Date: November 1, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00O349DAM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,908 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Fall for You (Gully's Fall Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Fall for You is Kirk's story. As a local policeman on duty, Kirk has to go investigate what appears to be a prowler, only the prowler ends up to be Scott's cousin, Molly, trying to get into her aunt's boarding house through a window because she's lost her keys. Kirk's presented with Molly's sass and her curvy ass (hanging out a window)--and he's smitten.
But Molly, for all her attraction to Kirk, is unwilling to give herself over to someone like Kirk who is accustomed to giving orders and expecting them followed. She's just trying to heal from a traumatic relationship with someone who used the guise of Dominance and Submission lifestyle to be an abuser.
Along the path to love, we get see bits of the strange relationship between Dee and Ryder. We get more about the Dawson boys and are left wondering, "Good or Bad?" And I have to say that A.V. is never a slouch when it comes to the sexy-times, but there was something extra sensual in her descriptions. And the hint of a threat to the heroine, has been something she's added the last few books. I really enjoy that--the pairing of funny but hinting at a little bit of suspense. Of course we get the fur-babies--and FEATHERED babies. These books are always winners for me and I can't wait for the next one!
Kirk felt way too good to be true. I couldn't really identify with or feel close to him because he was too calm and controlled, and almost a doormat in order to appease Molly. I get that she had a bad past, but walking on eggshells around her and letting act out like a spoiled cantankerous child, is a bit much. Her cousin should have confronted her, and told her to grow up and put her in counseling. Ash kind of told her off, but almost a little too late.
Although I like Ms. Verdenius' stories, I cannot stand the abundance of vulgarity and degrading words!
I just don't get it. She has a wealth of imagination and funny expressions, but she insists to be like everyone else who refuses to expand their vocabulary, and litters her work with one cuss and dirty word after another. It's completely uncalled for!
Also, this is not a deal breaker, every single one of her stories has the characters drinking the same things (diet Coke, light beer, orange juice etc.), watching horror movies, and someone within the story has one or more cats. Is there a running common thread here?
Besides those issues and a few missing words, along with some wonky sentences, I enjoyed it.
Makes me wish that Gully Falls was a real town.
P.S. Whatever happens to Brand and Jason, and Lora? I hope that that family has a happy ending, the mother and her sons deserve it.