Review: Falling Hard (Colorado High Country, #3) by Pamela Clare

Falling Hard (Colorado High Country, #3)Falling Hard by Pamela Clare
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

 

 

This book….
Is why I fell in love with Pamela Clare’s writing in the first place.

1) The characters were likable…hell loveable.
Ellie is a single mom who’s husband was killed in combat while she was pregnant with their twins.
Ellie’s been managing to hold it together for the last 3 years on her own, but she hasn’t been able to move forward in her life.
Jesse is a former Army Ranger suffering from PTSD and has escaped to the mountains to cope with his suffering and to try and start over.

2) The situations the characters are in at the beginning of the story because of events in life beyond their control, and how they deal with them.
Even though the characters have been broken, there is a strength to them that allows them to endure, persevere, and become whole again.

3) Pamela Clare writes some of the best sensual, erotic, passionate love scenes I’ve ever read.
In this book, she’s outdone herself.

The passion and chemistry between Ellie and Jesse was off the charts HOT.


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4) The storyline.

This story was heart breaking to read. What Ellie had gone through, and what Jesse was still going through was an emotional roller-coaster ride to read, but oh so worth it.
This is a story about forgiveness, redemption, and learning to move forward in life after a traumatic loss.

And finally, the Epilogue.
This was one of the best Epilogues I’ve read in a long time.
Just…WOW!

I absolutely adored this story.
It’s one of my favorite reads of 2017.

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