Max and Monroe, under penalty of fictional perjury, swear that actually changing the rhythm of your heartbeat was not their intention, but rather, a side effect of swoony characters and an overzealous dedication to tears. No, no. The Dedication of the book is actually to tears.
Proceed with caution. Except, be cautious quickly. Thanks.
Today we are sharing the release of GILT: ALL FALL DOWN by Geneva Lee. GILT: All Fall Down is a romantic suspense title, that is the third, and final, book in the GILT series. Be sure to check out the buy links below and links to purchase previous titles in this series.
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Highly intriguing with plot twists that have me excited for more.
I was sold with the blurb...political, dark, suspense, totally my kind of read. I knew it was going to leave me hanging, I knew there would be more to the story but I didn't quite expect all of the mysteries that have yet to be solved.
Lindsay had been sent away after her horrible rape was blasted over the internet. For four years she was kept in place away from the media, her friends and her family. It is finally time for her to come home and what a home coming it has become. She has only been home mere days and already things are heating up. Her father is about to become a bigger political face, her "situation" is being "handled", her bodyguard is the one person who let her down the most and there are a whole lot of things that transpired that we don't have answers to yet. And Lindsay is finding out the hard way that seeing isn't always believing.
This was a fast paced read, there is a bit of action, a bit of history, a bit of forbidden feelings and whole lot of mixed emotions. I was personally expecting a little darker based on the blurb and dare I say I wanted it darker. Lindsay was a complicated character which made my feelings for her a bit complex too, there were times that I enjoyed her and times I didn't. She doesn't quite understand how to feel being back in the world and that in turn, at times, made my head spin. Her feelings for Drew were all over the place and while I completely get it, I wanted to understand his place it little bit sooner and I wanted more from him.
I also cannot wait for book two, cause this author has some explaining to do...
October starts out warm and sunny, but this is the month when everything changes. Mornings grow frosty, leaves change colors, and the breeze takes on a bite.
It's a time for harvest celebrations. A boy loans a girl his coat. She snuggles a little closer and takes his hand. A riot of autumn splendor accompanies the farmer's market where they stroll.
But the vibrancy of daylight doesn't compare to the darkness of night. Is that chill on your neck the breeze or something else?
You walk a tad faster and look over your shoulder. The trees creak when the wind whips through their branches—at least, you hope that noise came from the undulating bows.
You check under the bed and inside the closet before climbing under the covers. Sleep doesn't come easy. The old house groans its complaints, and the night magnifies every innocuous noise until terror paralyzes you—because you know nefarious things go bump in the night.