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Ceri falls more and more in love with Alex, but that isn't what's supposed to happen. Being together might even cause more problems for them than being apart. Ceri is learning things about herself and she's starting to develop the side of herself she used to keep hidden. With some guidance she can do so many good things. Only by giving in to that side she needs to give something up as well. Can she really do that?
Falling is a story about angels. Ceri sees more than most people and there's a reason for it. She's such a good person, but being good also means being altruistic. Because of that she has to take some difficult decisions. She doesn't have a regular romance with Alex, it's so much more. That made this book really interesting. Their relationship is complicated and I kept hoping they would find some happiness.
I really enjoyed reading about Ceri's experiences. It was amazing to see her grow. At first she isn't aware of all of her abilities, but slowly she discovers what she's capable of. Alex is a sweet guy and he wants the best for Ceri. He even seeks help to know what to do, but the advice he gets isn't what he wants to hear. Sometimes loving someone with all your heart can be really tough, even if it's beautiful. I enjoyed reading this book very much, it's unusual and really good. Linn Halton's writing is amazing and her stories are always special. That's how I can only describe this one as well, it has that distinctive hint of magic I love so much. Falling is really romantic, but in a different way than most love stories. If you like something a little bit alternative I think you will enjoy it very much.
Ceri works with Alex, there is a strong attraction between them. Alex is a good support to Ceri. Ceri becomes more confident with her abilities. Ceri and Alex fall deep in love but they soon learn that their love is forbidden and that they must find a way to live apart.
Coming to terms that they cannot be together Ceri and Alex try to live their lives apart. Finding it hard, but trying to accept that this is their destiny. However does fate have other plans for the couple that could change everything forever?
At last all three books in a complete collection. No waiting to find out what happens next; you can now read all of Ceri and Alex’s story in one great read. Linn B. Halton writes a rollercoaster of emotions in all her novels. They are full of romance, drama and just add that touch of a psychic mix to make the characters have extra depth and edge. This is one of those remarkable stories that will leave you thinking, and stay in your thoughts for a while after reading.
Although I'm sure this kind of story is not for everyone (just like Ceri says, not everyone is ready to hear these kinds of things), I couldn't stop reading once I started. I read the whole entire series in two sittings. Although in a way it was strange, and totally different from almost anything else I read, I HAD to know what was going on.
Honestly, I'm still floating in the abyss after finishing this whole series. Chapter after chapter I wondered if the choices Ceri and Alex were making were what they should have been doing. I wasn't sure if I was mad at them for each decision them made, or excited, or sad, or...And after I've finished the entire thing, I'm still not sure they made the 'right' choices. But hopefully they are both happy.
I am SUPER glad that I got to read the whole series in one shot. If I had only read the first book, and didn't have the rest of it, I imagine I would have been screaming and pulling out my hair, trying to figure out what was really going to happen. I *think* I know what happened for both of them in the long run, but I'm still not 100% sure. And that's okay. I like it when a book leaves me thinking long after it's over.