- File Size: 1205 KB
- Print Length: 262 pages
- Publisher: Lyrical Shine (April 11, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 11, 2017
- Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01ILZHQFM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,701 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is the 9th book, and in book-series-time, it's been three years since the first characters showed up in Nugget. This is where the romance genre, and Finz, does well: a lot of romances and events packed into a believable amount of time. (I wonder if she uses Aeon Timeline to keep track - I'd have to!)
Other reviewers have given decent capsule summaries, so I won't bother with that. I'll start with what I liked. I liked the main characters, especially seeing the rest of Nugget through their new eyes. It was especially amusing from Logan's point of view. In my humble opinion, Finz captured how a hard-core military-type thinks. Logan was appealing, his personality upfront and honest and his nicknames for the other (familiar) characters from the previous books was hilarious - at least to me. *can I say I was grateful no time was spent with Lina and Griffen? yes, yes I was* Annie was also likable and reasonably self-aware, realizing that she's inherited her parents' enabling behavior. I had some questions here and there about how compatible they really were, but on thinking upon it, I can see how long-term, these two could work. They're both level-headed. He's intense and focused (like many an ADHD person is) and all-or-nothing, while she's giving, unselfish, thoughtful and able to pull someone like him back.
The incorporation of the rest of the town's characters was smooth and natural and it was refreshing to see the absence of jealous ex-girlfriends tropes. It *was* surprising how a particularly loathsome and pitiful character from earlier books was at least partly redeemed, and shown to be human, even if she won't ever completely change. She's like the scorpion in the Fox and the Scorpion folk-tale. And fortunately, Logan is able to handle her. :-)
Water is a big background theme in this book. The river is high and flowing - in drought ridden California, this is a big deal! They go swimming in a pool. And the characters are forever taking showers, seems like. And when Logan goes on an assignment he's off to a desert. :-)
In short, Falling Hard is a good entry into the series!
Annie and Logan, an unlikely pair, but fit so well together.
From the beginning when Logan discovers his biological father has died and has a half sister, it gets better and better, seeing his stuggles to cope and his struggles from leaving the military.
Annie and her somewhat dysfunctional family, and how she copes with it.
It was a beautiful story and I cannot wait to see where they go in future books!!