Sweet Fall

Sweet Fall

Audiobook(MP3 on CD - Unabridged)

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ISBN-13: 9781536629262
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Publication date: 12/27/2016
Series: Sweet Home Series , #2
Edition description: Unabridged
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 6.75(h) x 0.50(d)

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Sweet Fall (Sweet Home, #3) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 28 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow describes this book. The author really made you feel the emotion that Lexi had dealing with her issue. Wonderful read. This a book I think everyone should read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This has to be one best written books i have ever read you are feel like you are a part of them you feel there happiness there love and there pain and what they fear most in life
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent read!!!! Love this series, Levi & Elsie is my favorite!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Emotionally difficult to read but could not put it down. Lost sleep over this book but in a very good way. One of my favorites even though it was an emotional rollercoaster :-)
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bluesome_books More than 1 year ago
In this word of rapid-fire publishing, it feels rare to find a book that actually pulls you in and takes you along for the ride. This book? It does that. I stayed up until I couldn't keep my eyes open. I went into my office late so I could finish it. I cannot remember when the last time was that I couldn't put a book down. I'm not going to go into how I loved it and why... because I won't be able to do it justice.  Just read it. You'll be glad you did.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was reluctant to buy this book bc I wasn't in love with Rome & Molly. Austin & Lexi's story was amazing! I LOVED it! Very emotional...I teared up reading this. I can't wait for the next installment !!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cant wait for Allys story. Great series..
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I absolutely loved this book, as well as the other two in the series. It kept me riveted until the final page. When are we getting the book about Romeo's cousin?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was an emotionally charged book that opened my eyes to this disorder. I found myself wondering how these two could ever find a happy ending with so much of their world unraveling before them.
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2_Irish_Girls More than 1 year ago
“We all have secrets, Austin. Some people’s are bigger than others, that’s all. Wouldn’t you agree?”  I’m not really sure where to start this one. I was an emotional wreck while and after reading this book. I mean, seriously. I loved every moment of this book. Every. Moment. There were three stories in this book: Lexi’s, Austin’s and Lexi & Austin’s relationship. I’m having trouble talking about the book without spoilers. This is simply one of those books you have to read. To experience. To start and finish in one day. To crave and relive. It definitely goes on the list of books that will haunt you.  I felt like Lexi’s demons were clawing at me as I read. Her pain seeped into my psyche. It was all so real. And no, it didn’t get tied up with a perfect red bow at the end. Real struggles and pain never do. When the book ended, I just stared at my kindle knowing that her battle continued past the pages of the book.  Austin had his own demons. Unlike Lexi, his demons were external, but just as dangerous and just as hard to ignore. He was strong and tough and everyone knew it, but he was dying inside. Lexi saw the fragility in him They fought their demons in parallel lives as they went through the motions of being college students. Just reading that and realizing that people do this all the time was heartbreaking. They were both so lonely and hurting. It never even occurred to them there was another way.  Tillie Cole's ability to bring such a difficult and terrifying issue to life left me emotionally overwhelmed. She wrote from the heart and it showed on every page. The topics covered in this book are quite serious and Tillie depicted them with absolute grace. I love authors; they are my rockstars, but I am brimming with respect for Ms. Cole and they way she laid her heart out on those pages. Everyone should read Sweet Fall.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutely LOVED this book. This one of the most heart wrenching yet heart warming stories I've ever read and I loved, loved, loved every minute of it. At times I was kind of scared to get such an up close and personal description and insite into the life of suffering from the disease that afflicted Lexi. At times it was terrifying. Then we meet Austin a bad boy with a heart of gold and overflowing with love waiting to be shown how to give it freely and openly. The chemistry between Austin and Lexi is off the charts. Toward the end I was crying so hard my heart was actually aching. I mean ugly heart wrenching crying. But the ending was almost kind of magical and so loving & sweet. Tillie Cole is an amazing writer. The storyline is so descriptive it comes to life in her words. I extremely recommend this book to everyone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What an emotionally filled book. Only a person who has been through what Lexi went through or knows someone going through that situation could fully understand the mental state that Lexi was in. I teared up during many parts of this book, not only because of Lexi but also because of Austin and his mother's illness. Its like these two lost souls were meant for another, to help each other heal and survive. Overall, an excellent read that covers a sad but very real problem that many females face everyday. Lexi was lucky, she had an excellent support system, even if she didn't realize it at the time. Her and Austin belong together, they compliment each other very nicely and as the series continues I hope to see more of them and more of Lexi's recovery. SR
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chelleq More than 1 year ago
The subject matter that this book revolved around just made me sad while reading this book. It's horrible that with today's society so consumed with body image that it causes so many many women (and some men) to starve themselves in order to make themselves feel beautiful and look like what they think is perfection when it isn't. I felt that Lexi and Austin were just perfect for each other in this book. I'm also glad that this book brought attention to ALS, which is a horrible way to die. Just like what Austin thought of his mom, the person's mind is perfectly intact while trapped in a body that no longer wants to cooperate. I liked Levi in this story and I hope he gets his own book in this series or as a spin-off because I want to see what happens to him. Being in gang, especially in the South, has got to be hard and to get out of one is even harder. The ending was nice but I wanted to know if Austin's visions of the future were going to come true, so hopefully in the next book I will find out.
csingh More than 1 year ago
I <3 this book! I love stories that touch my heart and soul.  Sweet Fall is one such novel.  I was always eager to find out what/why Lexi hid behind Goth makeup.  I had no idea Austin had so much to lose.  If there was ever a story that showed how two broken people can either build each other up and/or tear each other down, this is it.   First of all I have to commend Tillie Cole for pouring out her soul and personal experiences into this book.  It couldn't have been easy for her, but we the readers and the novel as a whole are better for it.  I have my own personal experiences with this disease and this is the first novel where I've seen it explained so honestly.   It adds a layer of honesty and depth that propels this book to another stratosphere.  Not only do we get to see, experience, and understand Lexi's demons, but we want her to fight them and emerge stronger.  The same goes for ALS/Lou Gehrig's Disease.  It's understood there's no cure, but to read and comprehend what the disease does to those stricken with this disease and their loved ones was devastating as well.   The book is so well written, the pages flew as I read.  (I read this book in a little over two hours.)  I just couldn't put it down.  There were moments when I felt my heart clench with fear, times when I smiled, and when I couldn't sit still as the tension grew to unbearable levels.  I truly immersed myself in this book.  I was so engrossed in reading, I wasn't even aware of the tears falling from my eyes.  Even as I think about it now, my eyes are filling up.   I didn't think I could love any characters more than Molly and Rome, but I was wrong.  For fellow Rome and Molly fan's we do get to see them a little.  Rome is Austin's best friend, and their story plays out on the sidelines of Lexi and Austin's.  Lexi and Austin are truly unique.  They didn't meet under the best circumstances, but they were still managed to forge connections with each other that lifted them above the darkness that was drowning them.  This story is phenomenal.  It's a true mark of the caliber of Tillie's writing.  Every book she writes keeps getting better and better.  I've come to expect that from her and am always excited to hear a new book is on its way, regardless of the genre.  Her books have a permanent home on my bookshelves and will be on yours too.  If you haven't read anything by Tillie yet, please pick up Sweet Fall.  You won't regret it.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
How amazing you can be taken on such a journey through something so beautifully tragic. Overcoming the obsticals of your past and finding that one person who can drag you out of hell and you can finally find your permanet home. The sweet fall of your heart. Im so inspired with my own mental issues to not let the voice in my head take me over. That someday i will be out of hell and into the sweetest of falls with the person im meant to be with, my savior in this life. Tillie cole you are amazing in what you do. Thank you for sharing the real struggles of life in such a beautiful way. I never right reviews on the books i read but i just had say something about this amazing journey i was taken on, and just how much i fell in love with austin and pix.
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