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- Print Length: 354 pages
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- Publication Date: March 20, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00V0GYY46
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Taking the Fall (Dennison Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Their connection to one another has existed since childhood. They both kept their longingness to themselves, and loved from afar. Their age difference was an issue as teenagers.
Now adults, life has not necessarily been kind. After a psycho roommate ruins everything they could have always had... They are now trying to co-exist around one another back in their hometown.
I love Molly's life in that it is so real. Ferraro pulls no punches. The snotty, self-absorbed teenager and the meek child are so real. Her struggles of a single mom are not fluffed over. I felt for her. The descriptions and actions are so real-life, one can't help but to be connected to her.
Hunter's confusion and anger over what he thought went on with Molly are so realistic and believable. You can't help but to wish for him to find a way to move past his broken heart and anger.
Lies and truth. That's the biggest part of this story. There are so many morals we could take from it. In the end, this is a story of an undying love. I highly recommend this one, as I tend to do with all of Ferraro's books!
Fast forward 20 years later, Molly is divorced with two daughters and running a restaurant. Hunter, is now a doctor with a daughter of his own. They are both back in their hometown and happen to run into one another. Sparks are still flying, the truth finally comes out and Hunter feels awful he believed it all these years. They are determined to make it work this time around. They start to spend time together, bring the kids together and deal with everything. Hunter is truly a wonderful guy and knows how to woo a girl. Molly is scared off when an accidents happens with the kids and breaks it off. Hunter is determined to get his girl back and sets a plan in motion with the kids to win her over. This book was such a joy to read and I can't wait to read more form this series! I guess i need to read Gabe's book as well.
I think almost the worst part of this, for me, was when the hoe said she played hard to get when his daughter was born. He apparently asked the hoe to marry him, repeatedly, and she kept saying no. He didn't work this hard for the h, EVER.
Epic failure, character-wise. And 20 years is way too long for me. Maybe if he'd got his head out of his behind after just a few years I could have liked this zero, but he never did. He just kept going back to the hoe. The hoe finally married someone else and that appears to be the only reason he even broke off with her. Pathetic. Actually I kept hoping the zero would do a DNA test and find out the daughter wasn't his, so that the lies the hoe told would come out much more quickly. But even that didn't happen! He actually had a child with this poor excuse for a woman.
KU read, and no way would I actually PAY to read about this idiot zero and his hoe ever again. Hated this story, can you tell?
The story starts of explaining the back story of the characters. It even goes so far to make the hero out to be a potential creeper in the making.
When they manage to uneventfully make it back to one another, the gigantic thing that kept them apart for so long is forgiven, ignored, brushed aside, downplayed, and understated. It is fine if the characters want to move past it. But there is no grieving for what occurred. The characters should at least be outraged. They just decide to move on without any natural progression
The biggest thing lacking from this story was a valid exploration of human emotion. A beginning, middle, and end may provide the structure of story. But without emotion, you might as well be reading the phone book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Sorry but give me a break. She was a doormat, a very pathetic doormat.
Your ex treats your girls like trash, screw him, keep the girls away.Read more