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    Falling Hard

    Falling Hard by Kate Hewitt is a story filled with emotion. A family tragedy when he was very young meant his family left Creighton Falls and the hotel they had there, and Quinn hasn't been back. He has no memories of the actual event, but he carries a burden of guilt on his shoulders anyway. Now he's back, but he won't be staying. Meghan also carries a load of responsibility on her shoulders...taking care of her sister and supporting them both. She has no inclination to become involved with someone like Quinn. He's leaving, in her opinion it's his family's fault the town has declined so much, and she sees only the public image Quinn presents... The attraction between the two of them is unmistakable, but they are both too emotionally distant and fearful to dare taking a chance. So a no strings fling seems like it is just the right answer, but is it? For the most part I liked Meghan. She is responsible, caring, and a strong willed heroine. I could understand her resistance to becoming involved with Quinn for numerous reasons. What I didn't like and what made me feel less connected to her was the responsibility she thrust on Quinn and his family for closing their hotel all those years ago, which in her mind significantly impacted the town's economy. This happened years ago, and it felt ridiculous that there was so much resentment simmering not only in Meghan but in many of the towns people. So no, this part of her I did not like and it affected how I felt for her character as a whole. I liked Quinn and what he was trying to do. I liked watching his character grow and become so much stronger over the time of Falling Hard. Kate weaves in some very interesting family dynamics in Falling Hard for both Quinn and Meghan's family's, which at times made things a bit more mysterious and other times more emotional. I liked this addition to the plot even if I couldn't completely understand the rationale behind Quinn's family's behavior! It made them flawed and believable. With a cast of strong secondary characters, Falling Hard was all about family and moving on. Falling Hard is well paced and held my interest through out with a good mix of tension, conflict, heart, and heat between the main characters. I'd recommend Falling Hard to romance readers. 3 1/2 stars rounded up to 4. I received a free copy for an honest review.
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    Excellent

    Excellent read!! The Freeman's are an interesting family and they have endured a tragic loss in the past. That's what drove them from Creighton Falls but now Quinn Freeman is in town, looking to update the old B&B and get it ready the sale. As the only plumber in town, Meghan O'Reilly gets called to work on the old place. Quinn and Meghan are immediately attracted to each other but both have a load of worries on their shoulders so nothing serious can start there. A fling maybe??? And how can Quinn get the town to understand that he has to sell the B&B rather than reopen it like they all want? This is a book you want to read. I highly recommend it.
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    Great Read!

    "Falling Hard" by Kate Hewitt is book two in the "Falling for the Freemans" series. This is Quinn Freeman and Meghan O'Reilly's story. Quinn's family left the little town of Creighton Falls when his family suffered a terrible tragedy. In its day the B&B brought tourist to their little town and provided jobs or income to a large number of people and businesses. After his family left town they did not keep the B&B open and the town suffered financially. Once an attraction for Creighton Falls is now an eyesore. Quinn has been asked by his mother to go access what needs to be done in order to sell the B&B. Meghan's life hasn't exactly turned out the way she thought it would. She is the only town's plumber and is totally responsible for her dependent sister. Meghan has fond memories of when the B&B was up and running. It reminds her of the good days when she was growing up. She hopes that someday the Freeman's will reopen it. Meghan being the only plumber in town ends up working at the B&B for Quinn in his attempt to get it ready to sell. Meghan sees Quinn as someone that is a charmer not a hard worker, but that doesn't stop the sizzling chemistry that she feels between them. Quinn and Meghan both are dealing with different personal issues in their life. Will they allow these issues to prevent them from taking a chance at love? This is a great romance with lots of sizzle. This is also a story where people are working on moving past the hurts and disappointments from their childhood. Will they be able to? I received a copy of this book from Tule Publishing for an honest review. FYI, contains mature content.
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    Meghan's Tale

    Quinn returns home to a town where past memories are painful and does not want ties. Meghan lives in that small town and has dependent responsibilities to stay away from complications of a relationship. These two must come together to be strong to face future together. Like the small town atmosphere and characters that keep the reader emotionally into the story. Ebook from Netgalley and publishers with thanks. Opinions are entirely my own.
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