Falling into Place

Falling into Place

by Brandy L Rivers
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Falling Into Place (Others of Edenton) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
JoyceHays More than 1 year ago
Rescued from a childhood of neglect and abuse, Liz doesn't trust anyone easily. Tremaine took the twelve year old to a trusted friend to raise and nurture, believing she would find a place in Wilhelm's family and finally have the love she deserved. After such a rough beginning, nothing Emily or James through at her could touch her. Liz made her own place in a home and family she never felt she quite fit into. Growing up beside Robert, his gentleness was a soothing balm to her heart and the two fall in love. Horror struck her young life again as James attacked her one day while his brother was gone taking care of their sister. In shock by the time Robert returns, Liz doesn't recognize him and nearly kills the love of her life. Over twenty years later, Robert learns James is still alive and is out for revenge. Liz is at the top of his list right behind his sister, Emily. Both Tremain and Robert would do anything to keep her safe and the first step is for everyone to face their personal demons. As the author notes in her book description, there is a threesome that develops in this story. I've had authors tell me that sometimes, characters take a story in a completely different direction than they intended. In this case, I'm glad she listened to her characters. Some of the same characters from the other stories are here. Fallon plays a key roll in helping Liz feel safe and recover some sense of feeling beautiful again. There were a few errors that detracted from the story, but I couldn't put it down. While I love all these book, my favorite by far is the first one, In Too Deep. Having read all the books currently available in this series, I'm looking forward to both the next book in this series as well as the first book in Others of Seattle. I was gifted a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Each story in this series brings something extra to Edenton, and this book is no different. I love how the author started right at the very beginning, making sure the reader understood the entire back story and how the relationships between Liz, Robert and Tremaine were all formed and interconnected. There is a different feel to this book than the others, but that in no way detracted anything, I was still just as engrossed and kept turning page after page to see how they got to the ending. There’s a couple of hot scenes (wouldn’t expect anything less), and although some may not be happy reading F/M/M I found these scenes incredibly easy and enjoyable to read. I received an e-copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Falling into Place follows Liz, Robert and Tremaine from the very beginning of their unique relationship. Starting with part one which tells the story of their past and all the detail that lead to where this group of mages find themselves in the present day. Hiding from Robert Liz has loosely put her life back together with Tremaine at her side. Never having crossed the line of friends Liz and Tremaine have fought their feels for the past 21 years. As the nightmares of Liz’s past come back, she is forced to allow Robert back into her life and finds that while she never stopped loving Robert she has a budding love that runs rather deep for Tremaine. This is another well written and emotional addition to the Edenton series with a new twist to the usual coupling of our favorite Others. There is lots to say about this book, but each detail laces together to build a deeply emotional story that would spoil what you are in for when you grab up this book
Theresa_Esterline More than 1 year ago
Falling never felt so good! Great story of overcoming the bad things in life and never giving up. Wonderful reading about more characters in Edenton - I love the Others! And now a bit about the story... Liz has been abused for most of her life. She had been kidnapped as a baby and used since then. Her magic is more than she can contain though and when her captor tries to rape her she ends up killing him. Luckily Tremaine had been sent to look into the who situation and gets her away from the Sinclair estate before it burns to the ground. He takes her to a friend (and Sinclair's brother), who raises her like his own. She comes into learning magic easily and is accelerated in classes. But this family she thinks loves her could be her downfall. Some are jealous, some are in love, and some just want her dead. She how it all comes together in the 3rd full length novel of the Others of Edenton! Favorite passages: - "Please, don't leave. I'm not afraid of you. I love you more than words can express. You're the only one I need. I don't care about the rest." - Still, she held her tongue, afraid of what he would think when he kept telling her to go fix things with Robert, but it had been twenty-one long years without any contact. It was too late to pick up the shattered pieces. - "I'm just scared to death of losing you." "Yeah, well you will if you keep acting like I can't handle this. I can, and I will." - "You don't have to do this for her. She wouldn't do it for you." "Yeah," Liz agreed, but she stepped away and turned to face him. "I'm not Emily, and that's a good thing."
sarahmcradit More than 1 year ago
Rivers shines brightest when she weaves the past and present together. Falling into Place delivers what many books cannot: a glimpse into the full lifetime of love between three people. Love manifests in many ways, and Rivers shows us each of these, while also reinforcing effectively that you don't always have to choose one. Liz is, hands down, my favorite female lead of the series. She is tough, but flawed, and sensitive enough that many women will relate to her. The two men in her life, Robert and Tremaine, are equally unique, and both right for her, in very different ways. While I know many love the strong alpha males and the no-nonsense tough girls, I always prefer the more flawed, sensitive types. I would be hard-pressed to pick a favorite character in this book, though, if I had to, it would be Tremaine. Without spoiling the book, it is enough to say Rivers takes a very challenging message and sells it in beautiful, convincing spades. Rivers continues to grow as her series moves forward. Each book is better than the last, and this one is no exception. One of the best reads of 2013.
Aim4theNeck More than 1 year ago
I am so happy to be able to visit Edenton again. I love that town, I wish I could move there.  I adore everyone of Brandy's characters, Hayden had the #1 guy spot after he stuck up for Fallen in In Too Deep and then when he featured in Amethyst's book Shadows of the Past. But I am sorry Hayden, please forgive me.. Tremaine has knocked you off the top spot.  This story showed you past and present, it worked well. I am a Werewolf girl and thought I would miss them since this book was based around the Mages, but I was surprised when I got to the end of the book and hadn't had one thought like "where are my wolves" or "someone needs to turn furry already"... I enjoyed all their different abilities. It was fantastic.  I am looking forward to reading Preston's story, he needs a HEA. I want to see Jamie's HEA too, I can't wait to witness that moment when she see's her Mr Right. Plus more of Jamie means we will get to see more of Jess (I hope so anyway), I like Jess.  Sorry to be a nag Brandy, But chop-chop, I want the next one already. ;)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this story from beginning to end. It touches on all different emotions and leaves you wanting Ms. Rivers to publish the next Others book ASAP! Ms. Rivers, please type faster. Through the other books in the series (In Too Deep, New Beginnings, Shadows, etc.) I was so curious about the story of Robert, Liz and Tremaine. This was more than I expected in every good possible way. There's so many questions answered along with a lot of steamy scenes. I don't want to post anything in particular about the book because I don't want to spoil any of the awesome parts of this story. Great book, great read! Highly recommend if you are a paranormal reader or even a reader who likes to dabble in the paranormal world.
shannybaby1 More than 1 year ago
**Read ARC** I love this series!! Liz has been through so much in her life, things that would of destroyed most people, but she is strong and she is a survivor! Robert was her first love and Trem has always been her savior and protector, they both love her! Can they protect her again and find the love they all deserve together? Or, will evil from the past finally destroy them all? The chemistry between these three is exciting and you feel the bond and love they all have for one another and how its evolved over the years! I loved how Brandy starts out with the back story for these three characters and takes you on their journey. It is one emotional rollercoaster for the reader and the characters.
notrow1 More than 1 year ago
I received a complimentary copy of this book in audio format from the author in return for an honest review. This is the third book in the Others of Edenton series. I really enjoyed it! This book is again narrated by Kelley Hazen Story Teller Productions. I enjoyed her narration but felt that there was something missing. I struggled to put my finger on what exactly the issue was until I started to write this review. Although she read the story clearly and gave each character a different voice, she seemed almost bored. Some of the story was told in monotone, and other parts were overly dramatic. This gave an uneven feel to the story and made it not flow as well as it should. Liz is a wonderful character. She is a strong, independent woman, who has faced evil and survived (barely). She is a mage who has not had the easiest of childhoods. Now an old enemy re-appears after twenty-one years. With the help of Tremaine, her avenging angel, and Robert, her first love, Liz will have to find the strength to confront her fears and battle her demons in order to heal. The story hooked me from the start and didn't let me go until it finished. There are various view points, though Liz, Tremaine and Robert have the most say. This story takes the reader though a roller coaster ride of emotions. The reader is taken back through time (over 70 years) to Liz's childhood where she is 12 years old and the horror she endured at the hands of a sick and twisted individual. It then jumps forwards in time in increments until present day and is told in two parts. This gives the reader a deeper understanding of the history between not only Liz, Tremaine and Robert, but James and his twin sister Emily too. I loved meeting the other characters too. Tremaine is a wonderful character. He is an enforcer for the Council who rescues Liz from a horrific situation when she was 12 and sends her to live with Wilhelm, his best friend, and his family. Robert, James and Emily are Wilhelm's children and are completely different in temperament and personality. Robert is 16 when we first meet him. He's charming and caring, and falls for Liz at first sight. Emily is jealous of Liz and never really accepts her as a friend. James is a nasty piece of work! He's a dark mage, who rips power out of other mages to fuel his own power. As the cover suggests, this book is a menage. I haven't read many menage books, maybe a handful at that. However, this story, although erotic, is written in such a way that it makes sense for the two men in Liz's life to complete her. She has been shattered emotionally and put back together by each of them at different points in her life. This creates an unbreakable bond. The story doesn't end in a cliffhanger, though it left me wanting to read the next book in the series, Breaking Free, as soon as I can. Brandy L. Rivers has written an intriguing continuation in the series. I loved her fast paced writing style, and the flow was wonderful. Due to explicit scenes of a sexual nature, I do not recommend this book to readers under the age of 18. However, I do recommend this book if you love hot erotic paranormal romances full of werewolves, vampires, fae, druids etc. - Lynn Worton
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kissz More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book immensely..... WOW, what can I say more than that
Sag10 More than 1 year ago
While I enjoyed this book, I was disappointed at the love triangle...
keleex More than 1 year ago
Hot damn! Brandy Rivers does not disappoint!  She did an amazing job going back to the past to catch us up with the present. I cannot tell too much as I don't want to give it all away. We are given an amazing amount of background on Robert, Tremaine, and Liz. Liz was in a horrible situation and luckily Tremaine was there to help her. This starts before Liz is a teenager and we see how she grows from the experiences she faces. Robert's family has so many good people in it but also had a lot of darkness too. This includes his uncle and brother who have both tried to hurt Liz. There is an amazing love between Liz and Robert but Liz feels she must leave to protect Robert. She and Tremaine move on and make everyone think Liz died but Preston runs into them while in Edenton. Eventually Robert's brother, James, who is a dark mage, comes back and is with Jarvis, who tried to hurt Amethyst previously.  They are looking for Liz for her power. While Robert and Liz are reconnecting, Tremaine finds that he loves Liz too. We encounter some HOT scenes between them. They all decide to work together to try and stop the darkness. There is so much in the past that gives us a new appreciation for their situations now. Brandy Rivers brings craziness, hot scenes, strong females, and their BA men. Crazy read!
Sami_Creech More than 1 year ago
To say that Liz has had a rough life it a huge understatement. She grew up thinking that not only was she not wanted but also beaten and so much worse. A long time ago she had to defend herself and that resulted in someone’s death. Though she is not sorry about killing that vile person she is worried that it will one day push the man she loves away from her. Robert has loved Liz since the day he laid eyes on her so long ago. It took a long time to gain her trust and just when he thought they could have it all she ran from him and to this day he still has no idea why. The day that James took attacked her he took away more than just her hopes and dreams; he returned her to the state of thinking she was unworthy of love. Out for revenge she thinks she finally killed the bastard little does she know that years later she will find out that not only does he live but that the person who saved him may just be the person he hurt worse than her. Liz relives her nightmares around the same time every year. She relives the day that James took everything from her and the only thing that seems to keep the nightmares at bay is drinking herself into a stupor. Termaine has always thought of Liz as his. First when he rescued her so long ago and then as time went on he grew to love her as a woman but always knew her and Robert belonged together. When Robert finds out that James is not only alive but after Liz he has to go to her not only to warn her but to try and keep her safe as well. To say that Liz loses it would be like saying a hurricane is just a little gust of wind. Together with Robert and Termaine she is determined to bring an end to James cruelty once and for all. What develops in between the three of them is sexy as hell, explosive and sweet all at the same time. Will they finally be able to put the past behind them and move forward? Will Liz’s secrets push Robert away or is he really in it for the long haul this time? Will they defeat James once and for all and stoop him form hurting others? Will Liz finally realize that she is not only deserving of love but accept the love of these two great men without fear?  It is great to see how everyone in this little community of Edenton comes together to help anyone who is in need. This series is definitely addictive! There is so much more to this part of the story but I can’t go into it anymore without giving away some of the best stuff that will keep you turning the pages so fast that if you aren’t careful (or reading on an electronic device) you may end up with a paper cut LOL.
SLD53 More than 1 year ago
I have read and enjoyed the entire series so far. Falling into Place fills in the gaps of Preston, Robert, Liz, and Tremaine. It was great that the entire past was covered for these characters. You could honestly understand why the three came together to be one and where Preston's association came to be. The only difficulty I found was with Christian and Delilah. Where was their story told? I looked, but never found it, though it seems assumed that we should know about them. Also, when did Liz meet Amalie? The story suggests they met before a formal introduction. These types of things drive me a little crazy. I look, but couldn't find the answers. In answer to CityBella's review, There were two men and a woman on the cover, the blurb tells what the story would be about, and you need to keep in mind these folks are "others". That should help with any surprises in the future. If you look at these things before you buy, or read the reviews, you may be able to avoid books that are offensive to you. Hope that helps for the future.
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This book was ok not quite what I expected
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This has been a captivating saga Ito see it end. This author brought to life the struggles that people have no matter the parentage. Yet with trust, faith, an love with the right combination of true friends an family any inherent badness can be overcome. Hope to see others from endenton over come the issues that will arise from such a combination of talents and people.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Although not my favorite, I thought this was another great book in the Others of Edenton series. Liz's relationship with Tremaine and Robert just seemed a little too good and too easy to make the story seem real to me. I still loved all the characters and did get sucked into the story just like with all the other books. I will be waiting for the next book in the series, yet again!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Falling into Place is yet another triumph in the Others of Edenton series! I was not at all sure what to expect from this particular book, but I loved the others so I took a deep breath and dove in... and I am so glad I did! This one is Liz, Robert, and Tremaine's story, and we finally find out their story and history - and what a story it is! It plumbs the depths of human emotion as we see each of the characters at their highest and lowest. I was moved to tears during...well, that would be telling. Read this book to find out for yourself! I can't wait for the next one! :)
CityBella More than 1 year ago
Falling Into Place was good in the beginning however as the book heads toward the middle & ending I must admit I was not a fan. I did not like how it was like Trem, Robert, & Liz all together as couple of 3.. Too weird for my liking! I love romance & relationships but that is a bit much all the way around & If I had of known what the book entailed before reading & buying it I would not have bought book 3 of the series!  I truly hope that none of the other books have this same type of situation because I truly did love the other books except for this one so I would hate  to stop reading the series because I know more books are coming out of the series! Next time lets keep it too two people in love only inless one is fighting for that love too but eventually has to let the other go! Please & thanks is advance.. I did rate it two stars because outside of Liz, Trem, & Robert I did enjoy other parts of the book..