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    Watch Me Fall is a well-written, gritty romance that skates just this side of taboo with Gideon's age. He is legal, but just barely and the age difference between him and Eli really isn't that great, except when you consider the amount of growing up that happens in those years between eighteen and twenty-seven. That part did bother me in the beginning, but it also helps to explain Gideon's negativity throughout so much of the story. Given his age and circumstances, he's learned to hide behind a veil of sarcasm and denial rather than let his feelings show and risk getting hurt. Eli is patient with him despite the intense attraction. He does sometimes come across like he's trying to buy his way into Gideon's life, but once parts of Eli's story are revealed, that too begins to make sense. The romance is a bit of an emotional roller coaster with this pair relying quite a lot on the physical attraction to keep the relationship moving. Considering all of this, it would appear that I didn't particularly enjoy the story, but in reality, I really did. Eli and Gideon are both interesting characters with equally interesting backstories and their combined story made for a compelling read. So, while there were things that frustrated me, in the end, I felt like that may have been intentional. We do get a happy for now, open ending, so there are still some questions about this couple's future and I expect that we'll see a few more ups and downs and hopefully, some emotional growth for Gideon in the next part of their story.

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