Sunday, June 30, 2013

Book Review: Falling Into Us by Jasinda Wilder

A standalone, parallel novel to the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today Bestselling Falling Into You. 

When Kyle Calloway died, he took a part of Nell with him. She wasn’t the only one left to pick up the pieces, however; Kyle’s death left a gaping hole in the hearts and lives of his parents and his older brother Colton, and ultimately broke the will of the girl he loved. 
Becca de Rosa is Nell’s best friend. When Kyle died, Nell was so devastated that no one could reach her, not even her best friend Becca. As she tries to help Nell through her grief, Becca’s own life is thrust into turmoil, and everything she knows is changed. Jason Dorsey asked Nell out the week after her sixteenth birthday, but that date never happened. Instead, he ended up going out with Nell’s best friend, Becca. He had no way of knowing, then, how that one date would send him on a life-long journey with Becca. He had no way of knowing the tragedies and triumphs he would experience, or that in Becca, he might find the love of a lifetime. 

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Been waiting for this book like forever and I'm glad it didn't disappoint. I finished reading Falling Into Us last night but I'm still in awe up to now. Jasinda Wilder has done it AGAIN and I'm seconds away in worshipping her. Yes, you read that right! She's writing in perfection. What I love about this novel is that it tugs at the heartstrings. You can feel a lot of emotions while reading this. It was mind blowing. So brace yourselves and prepare your tissues, people! This is truly a heartache you'll never forget. 

Forgive me if I can't give justice to this. I'll try my best to come up with a great review that is spoiler free as much as possible. 

Falling Into Us was written in Jason and Becca's POV. Gods, it was beautiful. We have known them as Nell and Kyle's best friend. In here, you will discover that there's something more in them than meets the eye. As we all know, their relationship started when Jason takes Becca to a date because Nell stands him up. Who would have thought that it’s going to be the start of something new? A relationship that will stand the test of time. I admired their story. I was captivated. It was perfect in its own way. They fall in love slowly - taking their time in knowing and discovering each other's flaws, deepest secrets, fighting their own demons and making their dreams into reality. 

Reading this will let you know how Nell and her friends handled Kyle's death. It was heart breaking and I was deeply affected. You will also meet Becca's brother, Ben, who broke my heart. He has a strong character. I've learned to love him and I was deeply saddened on how his story ends.

I never thought that I would love Jason and Becca. They were perfect in their own rights. I cried and laughed with them. I even swooned and held my breath at times. My favorite part of this book is the proposal and wedding. But I wouldn't give any details about it, you have to read it for yourselves, people. I'm sure you will love it as much as I do. 

I highly recommend this book. It has a depth in it. Sure, it was a long journey that includes struggles and pain, but I love how they overcome those things. It just made them stronger and wiser. They were inspirational, I'm sure you'll get something from their experiences.  I couldn't ask for a better ending, really. It was beyond amazing!  

This book definitely deserves a

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jasinda Wilder is a Michigan native with a penchant for titillating tales about sexy men and strong women. When she’s not writing, she’s probably shopping, baking, or reading.
​Some of her favorite authors include Nora Roberts, JR Ward, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Liliana Hart and Bella Andre. She loves to travel and some of her favorite vacations spots are Las Vegas, New York City and Toledo, Ohio. You can often find Jasinda drinking sweet red wine with frozen berries and eating a cupcake.
Jasinda is represented by Kristin Nelson of the Nelson Literary Agency.

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