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Fallen Too Far (Rosemary Beach Series)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

52 out of 57 people found this review helpful.

Before I go too far can we just stare at that cover please. Ok.

Before I go too far can we just stare at that cover please. Ok. I'm ready now. Hmm. Maybe a couple more minutes.
I made a post on twitter about loving to write reviews that become love-fests. This review, my good people, happens to be a love-fest.
Fallen Too Far was tho...
Before I go too far can we just stare at that cover please. Ok. I'm ready now. Hmm. Maybe a couple more minutes.
I made a post on twitter about loving to write reviews that become love-fests. This review, my good people, happens to be a love-fest.
Fallen Too Far was thoroughly filling but I NEED MORE, no seriously. Abbi always delivers emotionally draining romances but this one really (really really) took hold of me. These characters are not perfect and this story is kind of crazy, and I absolutely loved this wild ride.
I used to read a lot of science fiction, a lot of post-apocalyptic, and a ton of fantasy. But, more and more I find myself looking for contemporary romances. Want to know why? Because they make me smile, laugh out loud, and live a little more. They fill up my heart and make me grin. One of my favorite authors happens to be this woman right here. Having read and loved all of Abbi's other books (especially Because of Low and Just for Now) I knew I would be buying this one on release day! I was looking forward to hearing Blaire's story and while I am not surprised that I loved it, I just can't believe how much it affected me when I turned the last page. My goodness Abbi Glines, can I keep you? K. Thanks.
Fallen Too Far is the first book I've read that after reading it I wanted a spin off novel that features the characters parents. This book takes drama too a new level. I think that going back to when Abe, Blaire's dad, was her age would be a story we all would enjoy.
This book will make you swoon. No, really.
Rush is this sexy, seductive, bad boy (the type that Abbi writes oh so well, she knows how to make us drool). He seriously made my heart jump, even when he wasn't being very nice. The sexual tension, intense chemistry, and forbidden feeling made me want more heat between these two opposites and Blaire's story kept me hooked. Abbi's one of those authors that I recommend to EVERYONE because I just know how sucked into her books I get and I think if more people got to experience the joy of reading books like hers they'd read more! So read more and read all of Abbi's books!
I loved Fallen Too Far! It has replaced my current favorite by Abbi Glines and is now in the lead. All of her books are great, most 5 stars for me, but there was just something raw about this one that really overtook me.
This is what I want for Christmas, Rush.

posted by livelife on December 18, 2012

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Most Helpful Critical Review

31 out of 80 people found this review helpful.

Only halfway through and so far this is just a sad excuse of an

Only halfway through and so far this is just a sad excuse of an attempt of Fifty Shades of Gray. There are a bunch of typos, which I, personally, find unacceptable in a published book. The writing seems very juvenile, as if written by a high school student using a thesa...
Only halfway through and so far this is just a sad excuse of an attempt of Fifty Shades of Gray. There are a bunch of typos, which I, personally, find unacceptable in a published book. The writing seems very juvenile, as if written by a high school student using a thesaurus to try to sound smarter. The characters are a bit dramatic and a little unbelievable as real personalities. All in all, this is bad writing and silly adolescent story telling.

posted by Anonymous on December 21, 2012

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