- File Size: 3276 KB
- Print Length: 290 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 26, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072Z8P9DJ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #448,518 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
When He Falls Kindle Edition
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The story was written in alternate POV’s and the distinction between Zach and Maggie’s voice was clear. While Maggie has the tendency to doubt her decisions, Zach faced a situation head on. I admired him for his determination to reach for his dreams and the way he pursued Maggie; he wore his heart on his sleeve as far as she was concerned.
One of the things I love about this book is the overarching internal conflict that Zach and Maggie both seems to have and how their characters developed throughout the story. It’s like witnessing a child grow right before your eyes. The dialogues are natural as if you can hear their voices in your head. The clear and consistent description of the setting, the locale, enhanced the mood of the story. Each scene and chapter flowed seamlessly, making the story hard to put down. I did finish reading it in one go.
And of course, the presence of Nica and Levi—though they were secondary characters, their presence enhanced this story. And I think I have an idea who the anonymous philanthropist is.
With the premise making sense and engaging, everything did tie up well in the end, except for Maggie and Delaney. I must admit that I looked forward to reading their confrontation but nothing of that sort happened. But still, I get a sense of completion at the end of the book and I enjoyed reading this immensely.
Margaret Stewart has always been the girl with a plan, her life has been planned and everything has its place. Her life is made up with her boyfriend June and his twin sister may who is also Maggie’s best friend and some other friends like Delany they hang out with between work and school, with Maggie and June’s wedding fast approaching life seems to be perfect. Until the morning of the wedding, May gets a text from her brother, he didn’t even have the guts to tell Maggie he wasn’t coming. Maggie starts a pity party of one in the small town they live in where everyone knows she was jilted. Felling no other option she runs to her sister in Napa and cries on her shoulder, then her sister offers her a chance to go with them to San Francisco and it seems like a dream, a change of scene and something to do will keep her mind occupied. Until she goes for a walk.
Zachary ‘Reverend’ Faustino is an MMA fighter with a dark and dismal past, the only light in his past was as an eleven year old boy a little called Maggie who once saved him from bullies and fast became his best friend, she has always kept a special part of his heart even after they haven’t seen each other for all these years, until one day when she is doing some training and Promo away from his Las Vegas home in San Francisco fate plays the best trick on him and shows him an angel from his past as she is walking by.
Will secrets from the past be too much for them, will the years they have been apart and the lives they lead make too many differences for them? Or will a childhood dream and love be enough to last the years? You need this book in your life to find out if childish love can win over everything else.
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