Monday, March 30, 2015

Fall with Me (Wait for You #4)
by J. Lynn, Jennifer L. Armentrout

Fall with Me

Fall with Me is about characters we met in the last book. 
Roxy works at Mona's which is Jax's bar. She likes working there and in her free time she paints. She is also attending college. Roxy, visits her best friend Charlie every Friday. Charlie was hurt years ago and he now is in a nursing home. He doesn't respond to commands, he is not there anymore, but Roxy feels guilty and visiting is her way of atoning. 
Roxy also has a huge crush on Officer Reece Anders since the age of fifteen. Eleven months ago something happened between them which broke Roxy's heart. She now avoids Reece like he was the plague.

Reece Anders served his country and now he is still doing it as a cop. He has decided that he's done waiting for Roxy to stop avoiding him. He will make sure she understands that he's not playing anymore games. Connecting with her is the only thing on his personal menu. When women start getting attacked in the area, Reece's protective instinct increases exponentially. He's going to make sure she listens to him this time. 

This book was great. I mean JLA is a one-click for me. I love all her books, genres and series. 
I love the cover of this book. The girl is perfect for Roxy. She was a funny character but she was also full of guilt and remorse. There was a couple of times were I thought she was going to upset me but it never went there. I also loved her parents and family in general.

Reece, like all of JLA's men, is a great character.  He was the poster boy for "serve and protect". He was there for Roxy once their misunderstandings were resolved.

I felt terrible for Charlie. Such a shame. At the same time, I felt bad for his attacker too. And is it weird that I might even want his book?

I was happy to see the recurrent characters of the Wait series making an appearance.  I also love Katie. I hope I get to read her HEA too.

Nick and Stephanie are next.....

Cliffhanger: No

4/5 Fangs

A complimentary copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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