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I didn't realize that this was book three of a series but most of the book is understandable as a stand alone. The theme behind the series - Fatal Dreams - was what I did not understand at first, but after a few chapters was able to understand.
Parts of the book were pretty intense and hard to read. This is not a quick flirty romance but is filled with drama and intrigue and parts very dark. Helena survived in prison after being falsely accused of murdering her boyfriend.
Thomas survived a terrible childhood and can only see in black and white until Helen came into his life and he can see in color. Before they can get their happily everafter, they must survive multiple people trying to kill them.
Only part that I wanted to know is what happened to Rory's mother and the prison guard? I realize that in the end, they helped Helena but they initially tried to have her killed.
Never Let Me Fall, the 3rd installment in Roads’ Fatal Dreams series, starts with introducing us to Helena. She’s lived in hell for 10 years for a crime she didn’t commit. She hasn’t spoken in 9 years, because it’s not like anyone was listening. Helena just wants to say goodbye to what’s left of her previous life and move far far away.
Thomas hasn’t seen color since his step-father kicked him in the face. The same stepfather who gave his older sister, Evanee to his son to be abused. Malone made his and his sister’s childhoods a living hell. But just as he lost color in his life, he gained the ability to see the “shadow of death”.
And here’s where Roads really pours on the magic. She brings two damaged souls together, to create something magical and whole. Helena becomes a warrior to save others when they don’t know how to fight for themselves. Thomas shows Helena the road to healing her own wounds and soul.
I LOVE the legend of Nameless and Bear. Roads’ prose is both beautiful and poetic. The world she’s created lives right along aside the one we live in. Roads has mastered the very delicate balance of reality and magic to make you believe this could really happen. Roads also keeps you guessing, wondering what’s around the next corner, or in this case, on the next page.
I hope Roads has more Fatal Dreams waiting in the wings because I am already craving more!