Sunday, June 23, 2013

Review of Fall From Love by Heather London


Struggling to put her life back together after a tragic mountaineering accident kills her college sweetheart, twenty-one-year-old Holly Treadwell is trying to set aside her grief, forge ahead in school, and find herself again.

When Carter Hansen, a guy who brings back horrible memories from the night of the accident, finds his way back into her life, Holly’s unsure if she should let him in. He terrifies her in more ways than one and invokes feelings in her that she thought were buried forever. Regardless of her fears, she knows she must face him in order for her heart to heal.

Everyone tells Carter that what happened on the mountain that night was just a terrible accident, but even then, he can’t help but carry around the guilt and is unable to forgive himself. He’s drawn to Holly and being near her helps ease his conscience and gives him the release he needs.

As Holly and Carter’s relationship grows, they begin to realize that the more time they spend with one another, the more their wounds begin to heal—her grief and his guilt. But when Holly learns the details about the night of the accident—what everyone has been keeping from her—it will rip open old wounds and tear apart what they’ve both worked so hard to overcome…


This was another great book by Heather London.  I shouldn't be surprised, her work is amazing.  Seriously, this book was fantastic.  Who knew that she could write something that would touch the readers so profoundly.

I cried like a baby the whole book.  I connected with the characters so much, that I couldn't help but feel their pain.  She wrote beautiful characters that had their own unique voice.  I didn't dislike any characters, not even Travis.

What Holly and Carter go through is tragic.  Their lives will never be the same.  But this story is about love, loss and healing.  It's a new adult book not to be missed.  I have to give this book an outstanding five stars for the emotions it evoked in me.

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