**This is part 2 of 3 in the Cross Falls Saga**
Gabrie knows the wise and sensible thing to do is try to fall back in love with her ex, Darren, knowing she never should have let him go. But when his brother, Jack, gets into a car crash caused by his own hard-headedness, she can’t turn her back on him just because of her unhealthy attraction to the bad boy. As much as she wants to feel something, anything, for the ex she should’ve kept in the first place, Gabrie can’t help the constant sizzle and spark that ignites whenever she and Jack are close.
But the night of Jack’s car crash, old feuds in the small town were reignited and if Jack can’t get Gabrie to run for cover, she might never escape Cross Falls.
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***4.50 Stars*** The continuation of the 'Cross Falls' Series. 'Falling Lies' Book Two. Wow here we are again! I have rushed from book to book unable to wait to finish this trilogy. The three main players are Gabrie, Darren...her ex, and his twin brother Jack. We pick right up from book one in which Gabrie was laid off from her job and decided to accept the invitation Darren had given her to visit Cross Falls. He never told Gabrie that he had a twin...the bad boy Jack...and Gabrie accidentally slept with him! Ooo La La!! I want me a Jack! Gabrie knows it would be the wise and sensible thing to try and fall for Darren again but as hard as she tries, she feels nada! Whenever she is around Jack there are not just sparks, they more closely resemble lightning strikes. She has really tried to put Jack out of her mind to concentrate on Darren but she just doesn't feel it. Then we have Jack and a car accident. That night there were old feuds reignited in their small town. As always Mallory Crowe works her wordsmith magic and this series is so enticing. I sped from one book to the next unable to wait until the next day to read the next installment. I highly recommend this book and series. This is not a standalone. For your reading enjoyment begin with book one. Thank you Mallory for filling my sometimes lonely hours with your incredible books.