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    An excellent romantic drama

    When He Falls is a well written dramatic romance with many life examples, leaving the reader with something to think about. Maggie has lived her life according to the rules set down by her mother, sister and later her boyfriend and then ex-fiance. When crunch day came and she found herself standing at the altar without a groom, Maggie takes the first step towards her own destiny. At first it seems as if she is trying to escape the town where everyone knows what happened as well as her gloating ex-best friend who is pregnant with her ex-fiance's baby. However, by taking that one definitive step, Maggie crosses paths with her childhood friend and neighbour, Zach. Zach has his own demons to deal with, but the best thing to ever happen to him is Maggie stumbling back into his life. Maggie has an over-protective sister and family who care for her and while they aren't sure whether they can trust Zach, his integrity shines through and Maggie knows that she is safe with him. The romance between Zach and Maggie is tender and healing for both of them and the issues that they are both dealing with bubble to the top lose their power to hurt them. The effects of dysfunctional families and domestic abuse are well documented and give insight into a sickness in our society that needs to be addressed. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, the characters and the depth of feelings portrayed. The story left me feeling a little pensive, but in a positive way.
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