Falling Into Right

Falling Into Right

by Sharon Kay

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BN ID: 2940158707575
Publisher: Sharon Kay
Publication date: 10/24/2017
Series: Redemption County , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 280
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Sharon Kay writes award-winning fiction and can never get enough reading time. She loves winter and black coffee, and is endlessly inspired to write kick-ass heroines and the men strong enough to capture their hearts. Sharon lives in the Chicago area with her husband and son, and one weekend the idea for her Lash Watchers and tough leading ladies formed in her head, refusing to stay quiet. Next came the Redemption County contemporary romance series. All of her characters, human and not, tend to keep her up at night, as they banter, fall in love, and fight to make the world a safer place.

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Falling Into Right 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
DaneWeimMama 10 months ago
Falling into Right is a FANTASTIC read!! I love how the author created 2 "flawed" people & brought them together to find love & acceptance in each. I will be reading more by Sharon Kay - her books are interesting, entertaining, & full of wonderful characters. Falling into Right is part of the Redemption County series but can be read as a stand alone. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
17939996 More than 1 year ago
In this story about 2 people who are each suffering thier own type of loss. The author has written the story in a way that hooks you and keeps you until the very end. All the characters are interesting and loveable especially Denver the K9 officer. The plot has suspense, mystery, danger, chemistry and romance. It is well written and worth reading. I look forward to reading more from this author.
Lorizen More than 1 year ago
Wow! What a great story! Two people, each trying to deal with their own grief the best they can. Then they meet each other. Becca's had an extremely rough year, to make matters worse she does something that jeopardizes her career which in turn ends her engagement as well. (No loss there) Leaving the court house after taking care of her legal business, she slips and falls on the entry fall and comes face to face with a man in uniform and his K-9 partner Denver. Shane works for the Sheriffs Office, he's an experienced dog handler from his military time, still left grieving the loss of most of his team, even after 7 years. He tries to help Becca collect all her belongings off the wet floor, Becca trying to grab her papers afraid he'll see them, he helps her up. She took a pretty hard fall and right now all she wants to do is get to her car and go home. After she leaves Shane finds her drivers license wedged against the wall and decides to hand deliver it on his way home. A little out of protocol, but there's something about Becca he can't let go of. As soon as he shows up at her door, the story really hits its stride. These two were the best match and seemed like they were just meant to be. They understood each other perfectly and the healing that passed between them was a real joy to watch. Their chemistry was smoking and dang Shane was so blasted sexy. Becca is taken in by his friends and sister and they spend most of their time together. Especially Denver the dog, who I adored. Life is good for them until Becca acquires a stalker. The incidents were just kind of bizarre, until crazy really showed itself. Fantastic book, great plot, the suspense was just enough. Low angst which I love and a great match between Shane and Becca. This is a book for everyone. It's a stellar read. 4.5 stars **arc from NetGalley and publisher in exchange for a fair review**
CathyGeha More than 1 year ago
Falling into Right by Sharon Kay Redemption County #2 Another wonderful book in this delightful series set in Redemption County, Illinois! Becca Gable did something that changed her life forever. Unable to work in the field she trained for she has taken up a new job way under her skill set, paid the fine required by the court and is moving on to the best of her ability. As she is leaving the courthouse she slips, falls and lands at the feet of Shane Marlow and his K-9 partner, Denver. Shane is a hunk and a half, a war hero, a cop, a hottie and all around nice guy with the whole alpha thing going on that was splendid to read about and for Becca to experience. Becca is a sweetie, good friend, beautiful, open and honest with an openness and charm that was fun to read about and for Shane to experience. Shane has a bit of PTSD and Becca is dealing with a bad year and the fallout from what she has experienced – the two are there for one another, accepting of each other and feel stronger together. The two should not meet again after seeing one another in the courthouse but when Shane shows up on her doorstep with Denver to return something she dropped things change…a bit…and then change more when they serendipitously meet again at his sister’s bar. Well, one date leads to another and another and boy do the two get along well together socially, emotionally and sensually (fanning myself here thinking about one scene in particular). Their relationship flows easily and it all feels “real” to me. Of course Becca has an evil stalker bothering her that has to eventually be dealt with and I had a pretty good idea who it was but all in all this was a book I could not put down once I started reading. I would love to have Becca and Shane as friends and live in their town. I REALLY liked this story and only bumped it down a bit in my rating because of the predictableness of who the stalker was. Thank you to the author who bequeathed an ARC of this book to me through NetGalley – This is my honest review. 4.5 Stars
DiiMI More than 1 year ago
Becca broke everyone’s trust the day she broke the law. She is still paying for her crime, she lost her boyfriend, her job and her dignity and now she has just face-planted in from of the hottest cop she has ever seen. Maybe things couldn’t get any worse… Shane is the hometown hero, the soldier who came home alive, the beefy cop with the K-9 partner, but his demons still haunt him from the hell he endured in Iraq. To everyone else, he is a survivor, but his nightmares tell him differently. Then, like a dream, there she was, literally falling at his feet and like Cinderella, she flees, leaving behind something that is hers and only hers…and Shane is determined to meet this mystery woman. Sharon Kay’s FALLING INTO RIGHT is one of “those reads.” You know the ones, your heart melts, your funny bone chuckles and the animal lover in you is in 7th heaven! Oh, and your urge to toss rotten tomatoes at the villain will make you wish you had a hard, fast and low curve ball in that throwing arm. Both Becca and Shane know pain, loss and not being truly understood, maybe that’s why their chemistry is so perfect! Maybe Fate just knew that Becca would be needing a man like Shane and a dog like Denver to stand by her when a stalker decides she has not suffered enough for her past. Once again, Sharon Kay brings her “A” game to the reading table and once again, sweet romance is up for grabs, but only after the tail wagging co-hero takes a bite out of crime! I am voluntarily reviewing an ARC edition from Sharon Kay!
n7kk7br00ks More than 1 year ago
I've gone and done it again...found a great series and missed the first book! That will soon be rectified though. Rebecca has faced a lot in the 12 months. She has lost 2 babies, lost her mother and been dumped by her fiancee when she dared to tarnish HIS public image! She buckled under the stress and did something that she would never have normally done. She has paid her debt to society, she lost her accounting job and her fiancee but fate...or a stalker doesn't believe she has paid enough yet. Shane is seen by most residents of his home town as a hero but he just sees himself as a survivor. He wants to get on with his job with his K9 partner and not live in the limelight. But this guy couldn't walk away from anyone in danger..or a woman who almost face plants right beside him! They should be all wrong for each other, after Becca's law-breaking and Shane's upright job in law enforcement but love doesn't fall the rules! Egad this was good! Becca and Shane are dealing with depression, loss and anxiety in their own ways. Denver is a very silent but very large part of the story and he just captures your heart with all his doggie charm. The fact that he manager to get a bite out the bad guy just added to his charm! His fellow cops and his family all encase Becca in their warmth and love and I loved that their was no condemnation of her past. The villain of the piece is particularly odious and creepy and I'd have gladly gone to jail for sluggin the chump! Fab read!