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    The year we fell down

    Really really good
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    The year we fell down

    I found the plot original, the dialogues authentic and even though it was sad sometimes, there were some really amusing moments. I am surely going to try the rest of the books in the series.
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    wonderful characters in this new adult romance

    This delightful new adult romance is the story of Corey and Adam. Both injured in accidents though Corey's is a permanent condition, they end up in the 'gimp' section of their college dorm, neighbours across the hall, forming an alliance and friendship that becomes more as they spend time together. Can they open up to each other and believe that a future between them is a real possibility, or will insecurities and other relationships keep them apart? I loved this story! The author has done a fantastic job of getting into the mindset of not just a young adult, but also one who has suffered a damaging injury, in this case Corey. She is portrayed as a determined, stubborn, feisty young woman with the normal insecurities of a twenty something woman on the inside - her fears and insecurities about her physical appearance magnified by her disability. She wants people to see beyond her wheelchair to the woman inside it and goes out of her way to prove to others and herself that her disability won't hold her back. Adam is a handsome, fun, friendly sort who is attracted to Corey by her attitude as much as her looks. Though he has a girlfriend when he meets Corey, Stacia is opposite in character and is really just eye-candy for him - he is using her to fit in with her high profile society life as much as she is using him for his hockey standing and good looks. Their relationship is superficial, a fact that Adam realizes the more he spends time with Corey. But Corey isn't willing to be a second string, and her determination to forget her crush on Adam when Stacia returns from a European trip is admirable and heartwarming to read. She's not going to waste her time on someone who isn't all-in with her and that's one of the many things that make her character so attractive to the reader. Although this story has some of the angst and emotion expected in a new adult story, it wasn't overwhelming or depressing and Corey's injury is treated in a realistic light, as something she must deal with but one she has shed enough tears over and isn't going to let drive her life. Adam also has emotional parts to his past that play a part in the story and explain his desire to be in a relationship with someone like Stacia. Together over the course of the story they grow in their relationship with each other and also in maturity, as their year at college plays out. There are other secondary characters who play important roles in the story, friends and family that add to the dynamics and make for an enjoyable and entertaining read. Overall I found this story to be funny, emotional, and romantic, with love scenes that are tender and sexy, engaging characters, an intriguing plot and one that kept me up late reading into the night! 5 Fabulous stars!
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    The year we fell down

    I wasn't taken by this book at first. The book slowly grew on me. I do like the way the author wrote it, probably not my favourite book
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    When we fell

    This amazing start to a 5* series begins with Corey starting college and moving in with her roommate. She meets her neighbor, Adam Hartley, who lives across the hall. Hartley played hockey with her older brother, and treats her like a little sister for most of the semester. Since they are both disabled for the time being, she is in a wheelchair and he has crutches for now, they share meals and such together. They get to know one another and become good friends. Is that all there is? Corey cannot help but fall for her friend who she has so much in common with. He is just so attractive and fun. Hartley, bless him, does not suspect a thing. He lovingly refers to them together as the "gimps" and takes it all in stride. When it all changes, can Corey be the priority? I found this story to be so terrific! Fun, inspirational, and hot. This is a keeper for the shelf.
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