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  • A sensually sensitive yet sobering experience.

    Parker is good at subterfuge. She has an image to maintain and a world to impress. What happens when the need to be perfect leaves her broken down and dying inside? Eli is a walking contradiction. The need to protect is embedded in his veins but his personal world is filled with demons and pain. Ms. Scott created a story that sticks on the mind, after every secret has been exposed and the heartache is left behind. A sensually sensitive yet sobering experience.

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  • Strong Friendships!

    After the Fall: Is well-written story! It had suspense, romance, and strong friendships. I loved this story so much I could not put the book down! It's another wonderful book written by Jessica Scott.

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  • How do you get up after you fall?

    4.5 stars “After I Fall” by Jessica Scott is a new adult contemporary romance that is a stand-alone novel that nonetheless connects to others in the ‘Falling’ series. I am always fascinated by an author’s ability to alter the reader’s perception of a character (hopefully for the better, lol) and it was intriguing to get a different perspective of Parker Hauser, since she wasn’t a very personable character in past stories. Watching her battle to be independent and valued for herself was a wonderful evolution that was matched by the gradual unfolding of her relationship with prickly Eli. This author’s stories are both heartwrenching and inspiring, because they remind the reader of the myriad of ways people can be walking wounded and the paths they can take to cope with the wounds that may or not be visible. I love seeing the contrast between the hard-bitten exterior that houses such a nurturing and caring man as Eli is and the beautiful, intelligent, and underestimated Parker. There are sobering issues addressed in each of this author’s stories, and this one is no exception with its focus on the concepts of abuse, responsibility, sexual harassment, and family pressures. The gradual revelations of the layers of the folks spotlighted in this story remind us that nobody is perfect but true strength of character is demonstrated by how one responds to challenges that could be overwhelming. I continue to enjoy the stories spun by this talented and prolific author and I am delighted to see that a couple of the striking secondary characters in this story will get their own time in the spotlight soon. I can’t wait to find out more about them and hopefully revisit some of my favorite folks from this compelling series.

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  • Two worlds collide & they make it work!!!

    Let me just say that the Falling Series is definitely one of the best series out there... Eli Winters is the one that takes care of everyone else. He is the owner of The Pint, a popular bar in a college town. The Pint is much more than a bar to those that frequent it. It is a place for Vets to feel at home and unwind. Eli makes sure that those who come in his bar will always have someone to go when necessary. Parker Hauser. To many she is a spoiled rich girl who only looks out for herself. She hides the real Parker underneath a facade of toughness that doesn't show cracks. That is until she walked into the Pint and Eli brought out her shadows to the light. Both Parker & Eli are trying to survive in a life that has been built around them. They need to adjust to society, even though society has been harsh on them. When Parker meets Eli for the first time, she expected him to be just like anyone else. She expected him to take what he is offered and not look back. Eli refused. He wanted to look under the surface. He wanted to know more about what was going on before he jump in. Before I Fall... This story is part of a series. It could be read as a stand-alone, but both Parker and Eli are in the previous books. You opinions about Parker will definitely change in this book. This book deals with a lot of issues that many will not tackle, but Jessica Scott does it very well. Parenting, Family, Friendship, Relationships, Veterans, Betrayal, and Forgiveness. The issues are all connected to the characters and they have to find a way to become better people even when things are going wrong. I was so in love with Eli in this book. I knew he would be a brooding bar owner from the previous books, but I was able to see what made him who he truly is & what he really needed to be a better man. Eli learned a few lessons and any man who is willing to admit that he is wrong, is a winner in my book! This book won't disappoint. You see the characters in the story grow & it makes them understand what the need so much better.

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  • Enjoyable!

    After I fall is Book 3 of Jessica Scott's Falling Series. This book stands entirely on its own with only a brief cameo of characters from the earlier books so anyone can jump in with this story comfortably without having read any of the previous books. There was certainly a lot of depth and emotion coursing through these main characters and even some of the secondary characters like Deacon, Kelsey and Meaghan. I have a feeling their stories are on the way and I cannot wait. Initially I wasn't sure how I would react to Parker's character. A "poor little rich girl" who seemed to have everything but this is certainly the case of money can't buy happiness. She needed someone she could let go with and find her true self. Eli certainly fit the bill and I enjoyed watching her break the shackles that had been weighing her down all of her life.

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