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Before We Fall: The Beautifully Broken Series: Book 3

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In the bestselling tradition of J.A. Redmerski and Jessica Sorensen come the next novel in Courtney Cole's New York Times bestselling Beautifully Broken Series...

Sometimes before we fall . . . we fly.

One dark moment was all it took to turn twenty-four-year-old Dominic Kinkaide's world black. On the night of his high school graduation, a single incident changed him forever, and he became a hardened man-famous...

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Overview

In the bestselling tradition of J.A. Redmerski and Jessica Sorensen come the next novel in Courtney Cole's New York Times bestselling Beautifully Broken Series...

Sometimes before we fall . . . we fly.

One dark moment was all it took to turn twenty-four-year-old Dominic Kinkaide's world black. On the night of his high school graduation, a single incident changed him forever, and he became a hardened man-famous in the eyes of the world, but tortured inside. Now all he cares about is losing himself in the roles that he plays.

At twenty-three years old, Jacey Vincent doesn't realize how much her father's indifference has affected her. She is proof that sometimes it isn't one specific moment that wrecks a person, but an absence of moments. She tries to find acceptance in the arms of men to fill the void-a plan that has worked just fine for her, until she meets Dominic.

When jaded Dominic and strong-willed Jacey are thrown together, the combination of his secrets and her issues turns their attraction into the perfect storm. It could change their lives for good-if it doesn't tear them both apart . . .

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
★ 09/29/2014
In the heart-wrenching third installment of the Beautifully Broken new adult series (after If You Leave), Cole brings together an actor and a waitress who both struggle with the aftermath of trauma. It’s been six years since the suicide of Dominic Kinkade’s girlfriend, but he still prefers voyeurism to any sort of emotional attachment with a woman. Feisty Jacey Vincent is the first to admit that she has made a lot of bad decisions in her life—including dating a murderer—but she’s determined to turn her life around. Falling in love with a screwed-up actor who’s addicted to kinky sex is not in her plan, but after she accepts Dominic’s offer of a ride home from a party, the two end up in jail and are sentenced to community service. Will the enforced closeness bring them together—or shove them apart? As they learn each other’s secrets, it’s hard to say. Cole’s deep characters and deft plotting make this angst-filled contemporary feel raw and real. Agent: Catherine Drayton, Inkwell Management. (Nov.)
From the Publisher
"In If You Leave, we continue the wild ride Courtney Cole started us on in If You Stay. This raw story of heartbreak and hope solidifies Cole's standing as a rising star in hot contemporary romance."—New York Times bestselling author of Down to You, M. Leighton

"Another raw, gritty masterpiece with a sexy-as-hell Army Ranger to swoon over."—K.A. Tucker, author of Ten Tiny Breaths

"Gritty, raw and real."—Publishers Weekly on If You Stay

M. Leighton New York Times bestselling author of Down to You
"In If You Leave, we continue the wild ride Courtney Cole started us on in If You Stay. This raw story of heartbreak and hope solidifies Cole's standing as a rising star in hot contemporary romance."
author of Ten Tiny Breaths K.A. Tucker
"Another raw, gritty masterpiece with a sexy-as-hell Army Ranger to swoon over."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781455550869
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/4/2014
  • Series: Beautifully Broken Series , #3
  • Pages: 368
  • Sales rank: 144,277
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Courtney Cole is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who lives near Lake Michigan with her family. She's always working on her next project... or staring dreamily out her office window.

You can learn more at:
courtneycolewrites.com
Twitter @Court_Writes
Facebook.com/pages/Courtney-Cole-Author/172246529496995

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2013

    Good.

    I was really excited about the first half of this story. I thought, OH YEAH, this is scorchingly HOT but, then the "thing" the main character Dominic was troubled by, went stale. I don't know if there was too much teasing about "it" and not enough hints but, the whole "thing" gradually fizzled out all the good vibes I was feeling in the beginning. I lost my hot lust for Dominic! Anyway, (deep sigh) the story was good but, a little predictable.

    S.A.K.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 13, 2014

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    Overall Rating:  4.5 Rockin¿ Stars Sometimes before we fall . .

    Overall Rating:  4.5 Rockin’ Stars

    Sometimes before we fall . . . we fly.

    Young love can be a blessing and a curse!  In this remarkable book by Courtney Cole, young love turns from a happily ever after to a tortured reality for half of the couple. This is the third book in the Beautifully Broken series and tells of redemption and love found, it is Jacey and Dominic’s story.
      
    Dominic has achieved success and at the age of twenty-four he is jaded and looks at the world through pain ravaged eyes.  He has become a introvert in a world of extroverts, Hollywood.  His heart, mind and soul are encased in ice not allowing anyone inside.  The only relationships that he allows himself are deviant and even those are according to his rules.  Everything changes for Dominic the night he looked into a pair of innocent brown eyes and was trapped. The more time he spent with her and the more he learned about the woman, the more his ice begins to melt around his heart.  But he believes that he is a monster, will he be able to let go of his past?  Can he find redemption?

    When you have been treated with indifference all your life by the one person that should be on your side, you tend to feel worthless.  This is the life that Jacey Vincent has lived for her short twenty-three years.  The only one that has protected and loved her has been her older brother.  With his guidance, she has finally started seeing her own worth and who she really is inside.  When she meets Dominic at one of his brother’s parties that she is working at, Jacey recognizes another tortured soul.  She knows that he is someone she should avoid at all cost, but finds she cannot deny him.  Will he be another one in the long list of wrong choices?  Or will they find a way to help each other?

    The two main characters are both struggling to survive in a world that is slowly eating away at their souls. Will they be able to unburden the hurt inside?  Can the secrets that both hold close be revealed?  The feelings that they have for one another will either release them or destroy them and only through taking a chance will they find out! 

    Hero: Dominic Kinkaide 4.5 stars
    Heroine: Jacey Vincent 4.5 stars
    Plot:  4.5 stars
    Steam Level:  4.5 stars
    Cliffhanger:  No

    Would I recommend this book: Yes! The characters in this book will make you laugh, cry and at the same time need to know more about them and their relationship.  This book about Dominic and Jacey is a true love story with sizzle!

    Would I recommend this author: Yes! Each book in this series gets better that the last!  Courtney Cole is a remarkable writer that leaves an indelible mark on the reader’s soul with her hauntingly beautiful books.

    ***Received an ARC of this book from the Author in exchange for an honest review***

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 4, 2014

    Amazing read!

    Great book all around. I love it when i find a book that i never reach a point where i get bored. I have read one other book by this author and that one was great as well, will definitely be reading more by her.

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  • Posted August 22, 2014

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    I want to start by saying that Courtney Cole always succeeds in

    I want to start by saying that Courtney Cole always succeeds in delivering a great story with raw emotions that will leave you going through a whole box of tissues. She has officially become my favorite adult contemporary author (Nora Roberts is my favorite in the paranormal genre). I started reading the Beautifully Broken series when I got an ARC of If You Leave, and I enjoyed reading it. That’s when I purchased ebook copies of the rest of the series.

    You know how there is always a book in a series that you enjoy reading more than the rest? For me, it was/is Before We Fall. This story is about a man, Dominic, who went through something devastating in his life and has scarred him so much that he doesn’t get attached to people, especially women. He goes through them like a book lover goes through books (yes, it is a lot, my friends). He doesn’t care if he hurts them or not.

    Enter Jacey, a sweet, down-to-earth girl, who gets intrigued by Dominic and wants to find out more about him. They start a type of friends with benefit relation. But Dominic has Demons he has to face and the sexual things that attract Dominic are things that seem weird to Jacey but still, she understands the want and need he has for those acts because she feels it too, even though she doesn’t want to admit that to herself. If you read If You Leave, you know she has a horrible background of boyfriends, so Dominic is someone she doesn’t need, not when he isn’t fixed yet but she wants to help him restore himself.

    Not only does Dominic has sexual-related demons. He went through something so traumatic, the reader is TOTALLY blindsided and if you say you saw it coming, you lie. It definitely took me so much by surprise. I thought the attitude he had was a horrible one and his past doesn’t justify what he does to women but you know it is a huge bargain to carry. I was shocked when I read what he went through. Not only was his past a terrible one but then for him to find out that what he had believed in was a lie and something else had happened, that was the peak for me of the story. I was expecting to hear a tun-tun-tun in the background because of how intense and shocking it was. I wasn’t prepared. It. Blows. You. Away. I was sad and devastated but I didn’t cry. Afterwards, everything was okay and Jacey was there to help him through everything.

    Then I read the epilogue. I got goosebumps reading it and I started bawling like a little kid. I was lost for a moment because something had happened in the beginning of the book but so much had happened that I had forgotten about it and in the epilogue it is mentioned and once again, Courtney Cole blows your mind away.

    The ending was the most perfect ending I have read in a contemporary novel. I love it so much. The feels are hitting me full force right now, remembering everything I read and what I experienced while reading this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2014

    Good

    Was good. Not yhe best i have ever read.


    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2014

    Loved it!!!

    Wow!! I loved this book. I want more. I think Dominic's brother Sin should fall in love next!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 11, 2014

    Loved it

    Great read, could not put it down!

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2014

    great read

    Qhat a great book this was could not put it down


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  • Posted January 12, 2014

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    Sometimes what is irreparably broken CAN be fixed¿ Dominic Kink

    Sometimes what is irreparably broken CAN be fixed…

    Dominic Kinkaide, an actor by profession, is jaded; haunted by a past that colors his present. He is emotionally detached from life and only the bad things make him feel anything. He is a compelling character, you can feel that he is tormented but also that there is much more to him than he allows to be seen. Then he meets Jacey and for the first time in years he finds that he is drawn to someone.

    Jacey Vincent has made many mistakes in her life as a result of the lack of acceptance from her parents but she is trying to better her ways. She knows her faults and the pattern she tends to fall into and that is the first step toward a new path. She’s down to earth and spunky, she’s real and that is something Dominic isn’t used to or truly believes exists anymore.  When Jacey meets Dominic she knows he is bad for her but she sees things in him that he hides and it is not just the powerful attraction that keeps her around him but the desire to really help him.

    I loved this story, two beautifully broken people who are exactly what each other needs. These characters fascinated me, the need to know Dominic’s secrets and wanting to see Jacey break through to him kept this reader entranced until the end which was explosive. The secrets that tormented Dominic are heartbreaking and the truths he learns provide the steps to future healing. This was a very emotionally intense, sexy, angst filled read. The epilogue which put a nice twist on things circling back to the prologue left this reader smiling. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2014

    Glad to see I wasn¿t the only one that said ¿WOW¿ when I finishe

    Glad to see I wasn’t the only one that said “WOW” when I finished this book. It’s definitely worth the read. This was the first book of Courtney Cole that I have read and was not disappointed. Could not put it down and read it straight through. I especially liked how the chapters were written alternating from Dominic and Jacey perspectives. To me it gave more insight into their thinking and made the characters more understandable. This is one of the very few books that I have read where the ending is not rushed, all the pieces are put together and all the ends tied up nicely. Great ending! It’s like the author doesn’t want to stop writing and I certainly didn’t want to stop reading. Thanks for a good book.

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  • Posted January 2, 2014

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    Dark, Angst Filled Drama

    Dark, filled to overflowing with angst and damaged characters, Before We Fall by Courtney Cole will wring out every emotion you have, then hang them out to dry. Courtney Cole doesn’t ask you to like the characters; she created them to be edgy, to be broken and flawed. She then offers them a way out of their darkness or at least a way to deal with it, and that’s the gift of a talented author! Is the story painful? Definitely, and often difficult to read, but she has created that hook, that pull that keeps each page turning until they are a blur in the background and each scene becomes part of a movie playing in your mind.
    Dominic is the epitome of broken bad boys, filled with an inner rage and pain that oozed from every pore. I loved him, I hated him, I felt for him, I wanted him to get over his past and move on, leave the dark side of the street and feel those bright moments life can offer. Was Jacey his chance at emotional redemption? She too, is damaged, but will her loyalty, her inner strength be what he needs to learn to live and participate in the world around him? Will her acceptance and willingness to love unconditionally be the key to Dominic’s heart or will he bring her over to his dark side?
    Great writing sometimes means great risks, throwing caution to the wind and putting it all out there, warts and all! Courtney Cole has done that!

    I received a review edition from Forever (Grand Central Publishing) in exchange for my honest review.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2013

    Ok

    One and two were fabulous...three was just ok.

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  • Posted December 27, 2013

    I liked it okay. I didn't quite like the main characters; they w

    I liked it okay. I didn't quite like the main characters; they weren't my type of people. I haven't read any of the other books in this series, so I don't have a biased opinion on Jacey, but from what I understand she wasn't that great of a person. The Premise for the 2nd book, If You Leave, sounds interesting, and I'll read the 1st book also since it seems to have characters that tie together, but I won't read Until We Burn, Dom's before story because I had enough of his debauched life in this book. I think I'm just over the whole cold manwhore persona in books. Also the thing with Emma at the end was not to my liking. Jacey grew on me a bit as the book went on. So in the end it was an okay read.

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  • Posted December 27, 2013

    I received an ARC from the Publisher via NetGalley in exchange f

    I received an ARC from the Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

    I loved this book so much!!! I have read the first two books and was looking forward to the continuation of the series. After reading book two I wasn't so sure about Jacey, if I'm being honest. But after this book I was pretty blown away by her and Dom. If it is possible I think I love them more than Mila and Pax or Maddy and Gabe. And I really love Brand so I was thinking of him and Jacey together, but Ms. Cole definitely made the right call here.

    I really don't like to recap the story in my reviews so I will just say, don't hesitate to read this book. This was a book I really didn't have figured out until things unfolded and that is kind of rare. And the epilogue to this story may have been the single best epilogue I have ever read. I was crying my eyes out with the happiest of tears.

    Thank you Ms. Cole for another amazing read. I can't wait for more of this series and I am still hoping for Brand to get his HEA.

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  • Posted December 27, 2013

    Great Read

    Loved the book

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  • Posted December 23, 2013

    Dominic is spending some time back at home with his family befor

    Dominic is spending some time back at home with his family before he starts shooting his next movie. of course, he is getting off on his kinks while there. Then he meets Jacey. Although attracted to her, he is not going to waste his time with her because she's the same as the others and his sick and tired of the same old game. Not that he's going to change his ways, but on that particular night he doesn't want to deal with it. Little does he know that the woman next to him in his precious Porsche is going to tilt his world on its axis, shattering his belief that he can't ever feel again.

    Jacey is trying to change her ways and lead a new life. She's tired of falling for the wrong man and is determined to put herself first once and for all. Although she tries to ignore her growing attraction to Dominic, she can't help but try to save him. Even when he's being a jerk to her she's still drawn to the man and his sexy ways. He intrigues her and she can't stay away.

    After reading the previous book, If You Leave, I was left wondering what Jacey's story would be. I recall wondering that I was wondering if she would end up with Bran. Courtney Cole definitely threw me a curve ball on this one.

    I loved the way that Courtney Cole brought Jacey and Dom together. Their relationship was turbulent with conflicting emotions running rampant and sexual tension that could cut glass. I enjoyed it thoroughly. Especially since through it all I got to see both Jacey and Dominic grow into their characters.

    Each of them had demons they had to deal with and I liked the way the author went about Jacey and Dom's way of dealing with them. Or not dealing in Dom's case. Hell, that man was so out of it, conflicted and confused that I just wanted to wrap him up and shelter him from it all. Jacey though, she dealt with her problems head on with her head held high and I admired the hell out of her for it.

    I liked that their connection was developed throughout the story. Even if it was not immediate, you could glimpse something there beneath the surface of the walls they kept in place to keep their emotions in check. There was something they each needed from one another. In a weird way, they understood each other and through the 'friendship' they developed their connection deepened and led to something more.

    Needless to say that their chemistry was off the charts HOT. I enjoyed whenever they got together even when they did nothing but kiss. And when they did have sex? I loved it! Not only because it was hot as hell, but emotions did come into play and made it more enjoyable for me.

    My only complaint would bee that Dom's secret, that dark, painful secret he kept wanting to forget, wasn't as big a deal as I assumed it would be. Mind you, it's probably my fault for thinking it was something much more dramatic. However, it was a doozy regardless of my assumptions.

    All in all, an edgy, sexy read with complex characters that were drawn to each other even though they tried like hell to stay away from each other.

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  • Posted December 17, 2013

    I can not believe no one told me about Courtney's awesomeness!  

    I can not believe no one told me about Courtney's awesomeness!  I have so been missing out.  Not only was this book addictive and impossible to put down, but it was also had a teeny tiny paranormal twist that filled me with the happy.  By teeny tiny I mean it might not have really been there, but it was for me :) .  




    Dom's dark past has all but consumed him when he meets Jacey and their lives are forced to intertwine.  Not that Jacey's life has been all sunshine and roses. Both are strong, yet weak and it made watching them build a connection together both fascinating and spellbinding.  This is not a realistic contemporary, but that did not make the emotions, connections and their personal growth feel any less real.  Courtney's writing style is easy to get sucked into and you feel almost as if you might run into one of the characters next time you are out and about.  




    This book is the third book in a series, but it felt like a standalone and does not have a cliff hanger.  In fact the epilogue ties everything up in a pretty little bow and is almost like a present to the reader.  If you like NA books with lots of heat, deep emotions, super hot rock stars, a hottie movie star, and a girl who can kick butt and take names then this one is probably the book for you. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 15, 2013

    WOW

    This book was fantastic. It was full of emotions and growing and learning to trust and love again. It shows the determination of what love can do. I loved this book and look forward to the next one!

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  • Posted December 13, 2013

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    WOW! A tormented bad boy, a mess of tangled up hurt and betraya

    WOW! A tormented bad boy, a mess of tangled up hurt and betrayal, love, hope, and redemption...all coming together in a HEA. "Before we fall...we fly." The story grabs you and twists you until the final page. Overcoming what life hands you is such a major theme in Courtney Cole's books. "Life is hard sometimes, but it can only break you if you let it..." Her Author's Note at the end of the book is thoughtful and wise. "You hold the key to your own happiness.." If you like to read about overcoming and getting a HEA this book is for you.


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  • Posted December 12, 2013

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    Courtney Cole just set my Kindle Fire on fire (pun intended)





    Courtney Cole just set my Kindle Fire on fire (pun intended). I love all Courtney Cole's novels, but as I started reading BEFORE WE FALL, I said, OMG, this is BDSM or very kinky sex and I'm not really into that kind of thing. But I gotta tell you, I quickly fell in love with this heart touching story with Dominic and Jacey. Cole gave me a dark masochistic romance with a beautiful healing love, hope and forgiveness for the mind, heart and body. I love how 
    Cole took this damaged man and through Jacey’s beautiful heart, showed Dominic love’s healing power. Cole definitely changed my mind about kinky sex.




    Dominic Kinkaide had my blood boiling, and it most definitely wasn't in the swoon-worthy way. When I first started this novel, I wanted so badly for Jacey to slap Dom into the next Century. But Jacey is a stronger woman than me, and her love for Dom gave her the strength she needed for this heartless man. I really enjoyed where Cole took this sadistic storyline and yes, I fell in love Dominic Kinkaide with all my body parts. ;)




    Courtney Cole took me to the dark side of sex and lust and gave me a beautiful, healing love story of forgiveness. So needless to say, when it comes to BDSM or really kinky sex romance by Courtney Cole, she has also won my heart with Dominic. I highly recommend BEFORE WE FALL as a never-knew-pain-could-hurt-so-good must read!

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