Thursday, September 21, 2017

Catch My Fall: A Falling Novel (Falling #4) by Jessica Scott

ebook, 250 pages
Expected publication: September 18th 2017 by Jessica Scott

Former Army Sergeant Deacon Hunter is trapped. 

Trapped in the friend zone. Longing for the woman who captured his heart when they were deployed in Iraq. 

Former Army Sergeant Kelsey Ryder has scars, the kind of scars she hopes that no one ever sees. Working around the guys at the Pint, she’s reminded of everything she lost when she left the Army behind. 

But some scars refuse to stay hidden. 

One fateful night changes everything and neither of them know if their relationship will ever be the same. 

All Deacon knows is that he’ll be there to catch her when she finally falls.

My Thoughts…

Jessica Scott has a talent for writing military books that give non-military people a glimpse into what happens during times of battle, times of being home, and how life is different for the military.  With every book that comes out I become excited to get my hands on her book and find out what I am going to learn about a life that I don’t know very much about.   

With Catch My Fall the reader catches up with Deacon Hunter and Kelsey Ryder.    They had a relationship in Iraq and came home to a different life.   I found that both characters were so wrapped up in their own problems in adjusting to not being in Iraq that they lose what they mean to each other.     Yet, their attraction is there.   There is no doubt that what is between them has not disappeared since they returned stateside.   Now they just have to find a way to adjust to their new lives and a way to come back together.

I was pulled into Catch My Fall from the very first chapter and found myself losing myself in the story.     I’d sit down to read a chapter and find myself reading 3 or 4, losing track of time and all around me.    Catch My Fall is a book that I’d love to have my book club read and have a good discussion about. 

Thank you Jessica Scott for giving me a copy of your book in exchange for an honest review.



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