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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.
If you've read the previous two books in this series, you know that Reed doesn't do relationships, and is a one night stand kind of guy. He had his heart broken 9 years ago, and since then he doesn't get attached.
Beth moved from Kentucky into her aunt's house, that she didn't know existed, and just wants to start fresh after her mother's death and being homeless. When she goes with her aunt to the pub one night, she didn't expect to meet Reed. Beth helps Reed when he finds himself in a predicament, and as much as Reed hates it, there is something about this girl that draws him to her.
Beth and Reed embark on a fake relationship, and soon the lines begin to blur. I loved the night of the engagement party, and was so happy to see these two possibly take it from fake to real. The next morning though, things definitely change between the two. Beth runs away upset, and Reed doesn't know what to do.
I loved the roles that Ben, Luke, Mia, and Tessa played in Reed and Beth's relationship. Tessa and Mia are never up to any good, and they proved that on game night. I loved getting some new details on Ben and Mia's relationship, as well as Luke and Tessas. I have fallen in love with all of these characters, and hope we will one day get CJ's book!
Beth and Reed's relationship has a bunch of ups and downs, but the chemistry and feelings between these two are undeniable! I loved watching them go from strangers, to pretending to like each other, to basically strangers again, and then in love. Reed may come off as a jerk and a play boy, but all he needed was the right woman to show him how good things can be.
This book is heartfelt, sexy, full of emotion and angst, and just beautifully written. I definitely love Reed the most out of the Alabama Summer Series men so far. He's playful, serious, and has been hurt, but when he cares about someone or something, he truly cares. And Beth, I loved this new character to the group. She's feisty, and she wears her heart on her sleeve.
This book can be read as a stand alone, but after reading it, you'll definitely want to one-click the other books to get Ben, Mia, Tessa, and Luke's story. This book is a perfect read for anyone looking for a New Adult love story that has a little bit of everything mixed in!
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