When I woke up after the accident, I couldn’t remember anything from the last year—including my relationship with Max Hallowell or anything about Nate Crane. Now my memories are returning, but instead of answering my questions, they’re leaving me with more.
The man who broke my heart and wants to be my future…
Max is all I ever wanted, and now he wants to marry me. He’ll do everything he can to fill my life with love, family, and security. I need those things now more than ever. But can I trust him?
The man who stole my heart and wants to let me go…
Nate never made me promises, and I never asked him to. I’d been on the rebound, looking for a distraction, and he made me feel beautiful and wanted when I needed to feel those things most. He says he has to let me go, but what if I can’t let go of him?
With every revelation and every passing day, I feel more like Alice down the rabbit hole. I’m falling. Who will catch me?
Fall to You is the second book in the Here and Now series. It is not a stand-alone and is intended to be read following Lost in Me. Hanna’s story concludes in book three, All for This.
**ARC given in exchange for honest review**
Fall To You is book 2 of the Here & Now Series. Lost in Me is book 1 and it is a necessity to read that prior to book 2 or you will be lost. It is not a stand-alone. Lexi Ryan has done it again. She has left me begging for more of Hannah’s memory that is lost. I want her to remember what happened. I’m not so sure I can live with what decisions she has chosen, but I have not reached my happy ending either. I understand why music inspires authors to write. Music also inspires me to write my reviews. I am going to include some music that I heard after reading this book that made me think back to this story and what’s to come. I loved this book so much. It is a 5 star read. I could not put it down. I read it in one sitting/night. This book has a love triangle/drama/suspense that will keep you thirsty for book 3 and wanting to know what Lexi has in store for us.
Hannah has retrograde amnesia and is faced with not knowing some of her past/events that lead up to her accident. This novel shows time frames prior to and after the accident. But will the memories that come back to her help answer her questions or leave her more confused?
Max Hollowell was everything Hannah had ever dreamed of having. He wants to give her everything she ever hoped and wished to have: love, family & security, but can she trust him?
Nate Crane is the bad boy that is her escape of being and doing everything for everyone but herself. He is the one thing that everyone doesn’t know about. He proved to her how beautiful she truly is and became her distraction from the reality of what was really happening in her life. Nate says he can’t promise her anything, she never asked him to. He said he has to let her go, but can Hannah let him go or has she fallen for him too?
Which way will Hannah fall? Towards Nate or Max?
I have been team Nate from Book 1. I feel some sympathy for Max for some of the obstacles that Max must overcome or try working through. Book 1 was definitely a cliff hanger. Book 2 helps answer a lot of questions that were left unanswered from Book 1. My concern is still what/who caused Hannah’s accident? Who will Hannah choose?
I had to share this part of the book: So this is who takes her virginity, who does she share it with?
“I’ll let you go. I know this is hard for you, and you have my word that I’ll respect your decision once you’ve made it. I’ll still feel like the luckiest bastard in the world because you trusted me with something precious.
“Your heart, angel.” He swallows. “But here’s the deal. If you choose me, I want all of you. Mind, body, and soul. I won’t settle for less and I won’t share.”
I cannot wait to see what Lexi Ryan has in store for us in book 3, All for This. Because everything will be all for whatever is to come and I am so excited to see what happens. I don’t want it to end, but I need a few more answers. Here are some songs that seemed to fit with the story. I hope you enjoy this story as much as I did. It was so FABULOUS!
Once a college English professor, I now write full time. I live in rural Indiana, where, when I'm not writing, I get to hang out with my husband and two kids--a six-year-old boy and a two-year-old hellion, er, girl. Not surprisingly, reading and writing remain my favorite activities, though both come in bits and pieces these days, not the big hunks of time I enjoyed before I had children. When I'm feeling virtuous, I like to go running (I use that word liberally. I'm really, really slow) or do yoga. Don't worry, I'm always careful to balance out such activities with a hearty serving of ice cream or a chocolate martini.