Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Book Review: The Way We Fall (Cassia Leo)

The Way We Fall 
by Cassia Leo
Genres: New Adult, Romance

Five pages. A letter holding a secret buried for more than five years. A secret neither of them wanted to know. Will the truth tear them apart... again?

Five years after their messy breakup, Houston and Rory are forced to work together opening up a new wine bar. Despite their tragic past, they find themselves once again drawn to each other, unable to deny their potent attraction. 

But the secret of the letter hangs like a guillotine over their heads. And soon, Houston finds himself in the same position he was in five years ago, choosing between the truth and the only woman he’s ever loved. 

This book was beautifully executed. You learn about their past as you venture into their future.  It takes a lot to make a book like that work.

The Way We Fall was an amazing story. I really liked how they didn't really ignore their feelings. Even though Rory was scared of getting heartbroken again, she still trusted Houston and her heart.
I'm never one who supports cheating. I have a very firm belief that if you're unhappy enough  to cheat on your significant other that you should just be with the person you're cheating with! Why stay when you're not happy! This is where you say "Wow, if a sixteen year old can see it, why can't adults?"...My point exactly!
Anyway, he was going to do the right thing, so that's what counts, I guess. It's not like he loved her, really, I mean, she'd threatened him into staying.

Back on topic, this book was really good. There were a few bouts of mature content, but nothing that made me queasy. I liked it! I'm reading the third book now, so really, I must have enjoyed the first one.

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Keep your noses in the pages, my loves. I'll blog you later!!

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