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If you’ve read any of the other books in the series, you know that Reed is Tessa’s best friend and loveable manwhore. Having been burned by his first love, Reed guards his heart by restricting his relationships to one-night stands. Beth is the new lady in town. She’s had a tough life and is seeking a fresh start with family she only recently discovered. She meets Reed in her family’s bar and the two are immediately attracted to each other. When Reed’s former love stops by, flaunting her engagement ring, Beth and Reed pretend to be a couple. It doesn’t take long before the serial drive-by banger decides to give monogamy a chance.
There are many things I love about this book but the main one is Reed. Wow! Christian who? Get your fans out because Reed is a freak in the sheets! Reed Tennyson is the King of Dirty Talk and I’m volunteering to be his willing subject (line forms behind me). He’s also incredibly witty and sweet. Beth is a strong, giving, funny woman and his perfect partner. I love that Beth isn’t some shy virgin. She embraces her sexuality and is unafraid to ask for what she wants in the bedroom. There’s no slut shaming here.
Beth and Reed have a mature relationship. For the most part, they do a good job of communicating. They don’t fall into the trap of playing games with each other and the plot succeeds without any manufactured drama.
Fans of the series will be happy to see that Mia, Ben, Tessa, Luke and even Nolan return to play significant roles in the story.
In "When I Fall", J. Daniels once again manages to seamless blend romance, humor, steamy sex, and compelling characters into an interesting storyline.
Reed has been lurking in the background of the series so far and I was so excited to learn he was getting his own book. He was pretty much my favorite type of guy in books – the one where no one else exists for him once he falls for the heroine. Reed was a no strings attached, good time only guy at the beginning of the book. (The kind of guy I do not like quite as much.) I mean, he has his reasons as I learned later, but still. I do love watching that kind of guy get knocked on his ass though, and that's exactly what Beth does when she gets to town. (Yay!) What begins as an "I have to have her" thing turns into a "I can't be without her" thing and it was perfectly imperfect.
Beth's had a rough past. My heart hurt for her. Naturally I wanted only good things for her when she got to Alabama, where she moved in with her aunt and uncle. She was a strong woman, a survivor and she deserved good things. I wasn't sure Reed would be able to give her those good things, but as the story all played out, I'm convinced no one else could've done it better. From their first night in the bar to the way she insisted he allow her to pretend to be his girlfriend during his (evil) ex's engagement party and even further into the story, I loved these two. I loved how she pushed him and how he did the same for her. Of course, there were a couple times where I wanted to shake sense into both of them, but that's just part of the angst, right? I had a tough time putting this book down once I started reading it. I couldn't get enough of Reed or Beth or what was playing out between them.
Where I Fall was super hot. Reed had an incredibly dirty mouth and, well, y'all know how I like that. It also had some scenes that had me swooning all over the place and even a few that had me literally laughing out loud. You'll know them when you get to them. Mia, Ben, Tessa and Luke all play a part in this book, too, and it was wonderful to see what they've been up to since I finished their book. Life's progressing nicely for each of them and that just makes my heart happy. Such a great series. I'm really looking forward to CJ and Riley's book in What I Need. Come on, June. Get here.
Reed Tennyson, that sexy manwhore! He's so cocky, sexy and all alpha! He's also a really great guy and great friend, I especially loved his friendship with Tessa, they were hilarious together. I loved how he was there for Ben and Mia when they needed him.
Beth Davis, due to her past, she was vulnerable, insecure but she was beautiful inside and out and really sweet. I loved her! She's pretty awesome.
I loved Reed and Beth's first meeting and how she took charge, gave him that smooch and helped him out, even though he didn't want it. I really loved them together.
Loved seeing all the Bama boys and their woman! Of course Sir Nolan and his obsession with Uncle Weed, which was so adorable!