Everybody Falls [NOOK Book]

Overview

At 25, Jax Wynter lost his life.
At 24, Lacey Emerson found hers.
All it took was a five-point face plant to turn both their lives upside down.
Sometimes you have to fall from grace before you can fall in love.

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Everybody Falls

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Overview

At 25, Jax Wynter lost his life.
At 24, Lacey Emerson found hers.
All it took was a five-point face plant to turn both their lives upside down.
Sometimes you have to fall from grace before you can fall in love.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044592100
  • Publisher: J.A. Hornbuckle
  • Publication date: 6/14/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 132,861
  • File size: 351 KB

Meet the Author

J.A. Hornbuckle currently living in Arizona, but who is, as ever, getting the urge to move on. She's lived or traveled through forty-three of the fifty states here in the U.S. and has even lived in Wales and England.J.A. is an avid reader and calls her Kindle, "Boyfriend". She loves live music, red wine,and Arizona in the winter.She's been writing since she was young but has just now discovered that she has stories that other people enjoy.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2013

    Great read!

    This book was incredible and entirely different from most "rocker" stories. It was more sedate in the sense that being a rock star (being on the road or on stage) was very far from the main focus and not really involved. This story revolved around Jax and Lace's relationship. Jax and Lacey had to figure out who they really where and how loving and being loved can make all the difference. This was truly an honest and touching read. The begining started off feeling slow, but somehow necessary and later made me realize how easily it allowed you to step into the character's mindset which helped the story flow beautifully. Will definetly read more from this author.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2013

    Great book

    I really liked this story. This was new author for me. I really enjoyed everything about this book!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 13, 2013

    Very good book. Sad when it was over.

    Very good book. Sad when it was over.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2013

    Such a great book!

    I got hooked right away! I also bought another book by her right away- very great

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 30, 2013

    More of a boring story than a book

    This book had potential in the beginning to be interesting and edgy but that all fell apart quickly. The further in I got the more monotone this story became until I realized there was nothing of substance to keep me entertained. The way the writer switched narrative prespectives added nothing to the story other than another reason not to like it. I pretty much gave up on this half way through and started skimmimg more the closer I got to the end.

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  • Posted October 18, 2013

    Highly recommend

    Loved it!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 9, 2013

    Ok

    This book started out really good, Lacey was a strong heroine until Chapter 32. Jax was good to his grandma and Lacey until his Grandma died, then he said the most mean hateful and hurtul remarks to Lacey during his binge. Chapter 32, I could not believe how quickly she forgave him, closed her shop, jumped in bed with him, I was so mad at her for being so weak! I want my heroine to be strong to the END!!! She could have told him they would start slow by being friends or going on dates or make him grovel and grovel and grove!!!! The first time he told her he would not bother her again, she gave in, I would have said "Have a nice life!" Because if he really loved her, he wasn't going anywhere. That is why I only gave 3 stars!

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  • Posted August 24, 2013

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    Everybody Fall had an awesome start. Including as of the fun thi

    Everybody Fall had an awesome start. Including as of the fun things that I adore in a book. It was a cute love story with broken people, also it gave me the angsty butterfly feeling that I enjoy. Unfortunately as the story progressed everything lost its sparked and all of the ooey gooey feelings that I developed went away.




    Jackson ( Jax, Jack, Hot Stuff) Wynter ex rock star is suffering from the lost of his band mate and brother’s death. He’s officially taking a time out for fame. Now staying of his Grams farm while he gets it together. His days were pretty mundane until he fell head over heels literally for the pretty girl in the bakery Lacey.




    Lacey Emerson owner of the local bakery left to her by her deceased grandma who raised her because of the absent mother who was bat sh(bad word)t crazy bipolar. Lacey had a way with words for reasons beyond my comprehension instead of using 4 letter words she would do this annoying food thing ie. chocolate sake, Holy chocolate. 




    Jax and Lacey’s romance was a complete insta-love. After their first encounter they were pretty much inseparable, within a week they were full blown in love. For some reason it didn’t feel authentic. I will admit that these two had great chemistry, but their sex life seemed new. It was neither one knew what they were doing. It was weird. Ooohh their dirty talk umm lets just say it needed so work and it was way too much talking.




    Everybody Falls narration was very perplexing for me. While Lacey and what seemed to be all of the secondary characters story was told from their POV, Jax’s POV was third person.




    Ms. Hornbuckle’s writing style was very vivid, but at times a tad too detail which caused the story to drag. Towards the end I found myself skimming through which I personally frown upon. I should mention that it had an ADD feel to it, at times I had to reread some parts to make sure I didn’t miss anything. 




    Overall I enjoyed Everybody Falls, but I didn’t fall in love with it. Despite everything I will probably read any further parts of this series just to see where this is headed. As for recommendations if you are a fan of rock stars, broken people and insta-love than you should definitely add this to your TBR list.




    **Huge thanks to the author/publisher for providing me with an arc copy in exchange for my honest opinion**
    Find me at shawnasurvey dot blogspot dot com

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 20, 2013

    Great book

    Definitely a great read. Different story line than most rock star books out there. Over 250 pages. Worth every penny.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 13, 2013

    Carmen

    Awesome!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2013

    Anonymous

    This was a great book read it in one day. I found myself laughing, crying and getting hot all at one time. I loved the characters.

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  • Posted August 7, 2013

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    Everybody Falls is a captivating and riveting story of two peopl

    Everybody Falls is a captivating and riveting story of two people who find their own way in the world in different way, then through twists and turns find their way to each other. Jax has always had things done for him. He has always had enough money to do and have anything he wants. When his brother dies his life abruptly changes living him alone and confused on how to live a normal life. When an attempted suicide attempt he is sent to his Grandmother’s farm to get his act together.

    Lacey is the complete opposite of Jax. She has always had to be more grown up then she really is, never really acting like a kid and having fun. Being tossed between her bipolar mother and hippie Grandmother most of her life, she learned early that if you wanted something you had to go out and get if yourself. Now at 24 she has craved out a life all her own and is proud of what she accomplished with her hard work and determination. Still there is something missing…

    When Jax and Lacey collide, with a painful face plant, both their lives change. They both learn form each other. Jax learns a little responsibility and Lacey learns how to let loose and have fun. They have a beautiful and intense connection that has them fighting one minute and making up the next. I really enjoyed watching both of them grow and evolved into who they can be together.

    This story is funny, romantic, touching, steamy and brutal at times. This is the first book that I have read by J.A. Hornbuckle, but after reading this story I can say, it won’t be my last!

    I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Posted July 19, 2013

    Loved the characters! Great book!

    Loved the characters! Great book!

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