FREE for a limited time: “Falling” (The Negative Ion Series) by Ryanne Anthony – #Literature&Fiction, #ContemporaryFiction, #Romance

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Kimber wanted to be a lawyer almost as much as she wanted Roland Sampson, her older brother’s best friend. After pining for him for two years, Kimber finally accepts that to Roland, she will always be “his best friend’s kid sister,” and nothing more.
During her first year of college, Kimber meets Samantha and her twin, ultimate bad-boy Jaxen Malloy, drummer for Negative Ion. Tatted. Muscled. Beyond gorgeous. Soon Kimber finds herself forgetting Roland and thinking only of Jaxen, much to Samantha’s disappointment. Like Kimber’s brother, Samantha wants Kimber as far away from Jaxen, female enemy number one, as possible since she knew all Jaxen would do is viciously hurt her. Not this time, Kimber insisted. Well-schooled on Jaxen’s reputation, Kimber decides to take what she can get, and ignore all the warnings to stay away from the handsome bad-boy.
Will Jaxen ever think of Kimber as something other than his “annoying” sister’s friend or was he falling for her, too? Kimber hoped so and, to find out, she was willing to take the risk of Jaxen breaking her heart… and soul.
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A Nonstop Read

I have found myself a new author to follow. Where do you start with a book like this? First, I had to walk away for a bit after the ending…I was so upset. (I know, get a life, right?!) But that is how you feel when an author pulls you into to their story so much that you are left wearing your feelings on your sleeve. Ryanne took you through all the emotions; laughter, sadness, and with the ending, anticipation for the next book to follow this.

Ms. Anthony did a great job writing about the various characters in this book because the storyline was not just about Jaxen and Itsy, even though they were the main characters; you were taken into the two families that were involved as well. I really loved the storyline for Itsy’s mom and dad.

Falling takes you down the path of a virgin and what it means to have the right person to give it up to. Or so you thought. Ryanne did a great job writing this because I felt cheated on right along with Itsy. Itsy knew that in order for her to give up her virginity to someone she would have to love that person. Is it possible that the person will be someone that you actually have crushed on for a couple of years and thought they never felt the same way? And how do you love someone and know that you will be leaving them in a few short weeks? Is the love that Itsy is feeling enough to get her to change her mind and stay behind for her man? And what happens when you wait too long to tell someone of your true feelings for them? Ok, enough of the dramatic questions!

This book was a killer because not only did it keep me reading through it nonstop, it left me wanting for the follow up to be ready NOW. Believe me; it will not come out soon enough! This is a great read for anyone looking for a story that will pull you in and make you feel invested in the characters. The same desperate feeling I had that kept me reading through this book nonstop left me feeling desperate to find out what is going to happen next with Itsy and Jaxen. (Sorry Roland)

I received this book as an ARC from NetGalley for an honest review.


Ryanne FALLING Book One of the Negative Ion Series

(The Negative Ion Series) 
by Ryanne Anthony
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