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Falling Under (Falling Into You Book 3) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Jasinda Wilder

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A standalone, sequel novel to the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today Bestselling Falling Into You.

My name is Colton Calloway. You've heard part of my story, but it turns out there's more. My little girl, Kylie, is all grown up. Seventeen, beautiful, and talented, just like her mother. And just like Nell, my daughter seems to have fallen for a bad boy, one with a lot of darkness and a lot of secrets.

*  *  *

You thought you knew the whole story. You thought it was over. Happily ever after for everyone.

You were wrong.

My name is Oz Hyde, and you’ve never met me. I’m part of the story, too, but I’m an aside, a quick line or two you’d all but forgotten about. Well guess what? I’ve got my own story to tell.

Buckle up, ‘cause this is gonna be a hell of a bumpy ride.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 490 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 441 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1941098096
  • Utilisation simultanée de l'appareil : Illimité
  • Editeur : Jasinda Wilder (13 mars 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautiful. Magic. Musical. Emotional. Perfection. 14 mars 2014
Par Vilma's Book Blog - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle
How can a follow-up novel rival an all-time top fiver? Impossible. I was sure of it.

I was so wrong.

This book. These people.

Jasinda Wilder was somehow able to forge that intangible magic once more, making me feel, revel,get lostin the brokenness and the healing… the love and the chemistry… the music of the soul. Yes, Colton and Nell are back!!! But wait until you meet Oz and Kylie. Their story is just as heart-rending … twisting and turning with unforseen complications, rough and raw with the pain from the past staining a future full of possibility. For me, however, one of the most entrancing and magical elements of both Falling Into You and Falling Under is the music. I can almost see it curl around me, enveloping my heart, gripping my soul, threading it’s tendrils through every significant moment in this story. There’s just something that pulls that crackling connection between the two characters closer, making me feel like I’m right there with them, witnessing a chill-inducing, soul-deep kind of thing that’s unforgettable. Add to it, the continuation of a life well-lived, well-loved by two of our most beloved characters and you’ve got literary gold.

Kylie Calloway is a good girl. She’s smart. She’s never let her parents down. About to turn eighteen, life throws her together with this boy. Long hair, all rough around the edges, tattered heavy metal shirts, motorcycle and something else. Something more. Something deeper. Something she’s drawn to. But her best friend, Ben is absolutely incensed. He harbors feelings for Kylie he’s yet to share and now, this guy … trouble incarnate … comes in and steals Kylie’s attention. Hell no. And once Ben Dorsey tells her dad, Colt Calloway … well, the fun is just beginning.

“I understand him better than you could ever know.”

One of the ingenious things about this book is that it’s completely narrated though a male point-of-view, alternating between Colt and Oz. And so we really see everything through their discerning eyes, their abrasive nature, but at the same time, their very big hearts. Colt adores his daughter, but seeing Oz is a reflection personified. He reminds him so much of his younger, troubled self. Does he want the dark, the pain, the rough and the real for his daughter? Caught between a rock and a hard place, he must let her go and hope she doesn’t fall into the turmoil that Nell and Colt experienced, and survived.

“You’re not a grown-up yet, but you’re close… You’re my little girl. My only child. And I want you to stay innocent forever. But you won’t and I can’t pretend you will. So what do I do? I wish I knew.”

Oz is such a complex, dynamic, intelligent and broken character. He’s brilliant, a mind far beyond the opportunities his lack of means affords. He’s also had it rough, burying a deep feeling of pain and abandonment, coping with his darkness in ways he shouldn’t. He seems to go through life sustaining, not living and certainly not dreaming beyond the dirty walls of their next apartment, forever on the move and always alone with a mother who seems to be drowning in the depths of her own problems. Whereas Kylie represents a goodness … an innocence … a light, he finds himself a stain, dark and penetrating and wholly unworthy of a girl like her. But the feelings they have for each other cannot be denied.

“You … you’re perfect, Kylie. So perfect. Every inch of your body is perfect. You soul is … so beautiful. Your mind, your heart, your personality, you just glow like a sun in the darkness, Kylie. You light up the blackness that has been my life, and I don’t know how to ever be the kind of man you need and deserve, but I want to try. For you, for me, and for us. For the possibility of us.”

Part of the connection they share is amplified through a mutual love of music and to see that come alive, slow and raw, unleashing pain and possibility, it was magnetic and magical. It gave me chills. Especially as I remembered how Nell and Colt got started, it was a real full circle moment for me. I loved seeing that like Colt, Oz blossomed and strengthened with acceptance and love, flourishing with each strum of the guitar, making music next to Kylie.

“This is so, so intense, almost frightening how intense. How much I feel every particle of her soul within me, how I know she’s consuming all that I am and that I have absolutely no wish to take myself back. I’ve never belonged, never fit, never been a part of anything. Now I do, now I’m part of an ‘us’ with Kylie, and I’m totally abandoned to it.”

But it wouldn’t be a Jasinda Wilder book if your heart wasn’t smashed into a million tiny little pieces. Time and time again. I wouldn’t dare spoil any piece of this book, but know that there is so much that complicates everything, that has the power to unravel all that’s come together. This is a story about truth and acceptance. About seeing beyond the roughened exterior. It’s about potential and possibilities. It’s love and desire and grabbing hold of the opportunities fate sometimes thrusts at us. It’s music and magic and it’s unbelievable. It moved me to tears and I know that fans of Falling Into You and Falling Into Us will be holding your breath as I did, reveling once more in this beautiful tale where love and brokenness are twisted together to create an unforgettable magic.

One final thought … the epilogue. Perfection.

“Now that fate has intervened
And drawn us closer together
Past our fears and all the pain
Behind our eyes
Despite the ghosts trailing around us
Like a fog of haunting souls
You’re still trying hard to heal me
To take my pain and make it yours
Your beautiful eyes are smiling
Into mine

Now I’m falling, falling under with you.”
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Lovce this Surprise Book 22 avril 2014
Par Ana's Attic - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle
SURPRISE!!! It's another Falling Book from Jasinda Wilder! Usually I like to know that another book in a series is coming out because my memory sucks so bad I like to re-read the books before it. I didn't have the chance to do that before reading Falling Under, and that is OK, everything will be explained.

I don't like to read too many NA books, I have a hard time reading about teen sex when my child is that age. But Jasinda can weave a tale so magical that you always know that the kids are in love, and it just seems...right. These aren't just any kids in this book though...this one is interesting. It's in the future, yet not. It's about Kylie, the only child of Nell and Colton from Falling into You. They live across the street from best friends Becca and Jason from Falling Into Us and their son, Ben, in an upscale Nashville neighborhood. While it isn't really necessary to read the first two books in the series, READ THEM, because they are awesome. Both were on my Best of 2013 list.

•I liked that though it was set 17-18 years after Falling Into You and Falling Into Us, it was still in our time. It never bothered me.
•The story was told mostly in Oz's POV, with Colt's also added in.
•Visiting with Colt and Nell (still so in love!)
•So many quotes, it was impossible to choose.
•Seeing Becca and Jason (I didn't really remember their story so much, but I re-read my review, and Jasinda brought it all back).
•Jasinda didn't rip my heart out and then stomp on it, though she came close a few times.
•Oz always thought of Kylie first. He was so worried about his bad decisions affecting her.
•Love how music was such a big part of the book.
•The epilogue.
•The coming attraction for her next (unrelated and very adult) book, coming in April, Alpha, it looks amazing!
•Set up for another Falling book.


There is really nothing to dislike, which may be my only dislike...maybe it was too sweet and safe for some.

**NOTE: Book ends at 89% and there is a nice long juicy preview for Jasinda's next amazing sounding book, Alpha.

See the full review as well as daily sales and freebies at Ana's Attic Book Blog
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Boring 31 mars 2014
Par Michelle - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
As much as I loved the her previous books in this series I disliked this one. It was just...boring. It is a rewrite of the story of Nell and Colt - yeah there are some differences but not really. I had a hard time believing they just stumbled upon each other - she a talented musician and of course he has some crazy wicked hidden talent...sorry but I just had to roll my eyes on that one. I wish the author came up with a more unique story line for these two. I like the authors writing style and will definitely read more from her but seriously authors need to realize when a series just needs to end - this book was not necessary.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Skip this book in the series 27 mars 2014
Par MelBal - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I loved the first two books in the series. But, this one was just flat, boring, and annoying. I had to force myself to finish and hope the ending wasn't a huge cliche---very disappointed when it was. I really cant get into books where the female lead is so young and find her partner so young. Really at 17? Hated the entire Ben sub plot. Skip this book if you're into substance in a story.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Brilliant! 14 mars 2014
Par Hummingbird Girl - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
A 9.5 out of 10 because I want more!
It's the anniversary of Falling Into You, and the Wilders have given us quite the gift in Falling Under! It's been seventeen years since Falling Into Us, when we last saw Colt and Nell, Becca and Jason. These two couples are living across the street from each other and their kids, Kylie and Ben, are best friends.
Then enters Oz. He's a 21-year-old misfit, who's moved around so often that the only belongings he and his mom have can all fit in the back of a pick-up. The moment he meets Kylie, he's drawn to this beauty who's made of magic and can get him to say and do things he's never done before. Kylie makes him think of opening up and letting someone in for once, after years of keeping others at an arm's length, since he's never in one place long enough to make a connection, let alone nurture one. Kylie is drawn to Oz because he's so different from the world she knows and he exposes her to the unclean side of human nature, which forces her to look at the world through a different filter. A filter that sees the seedier side, the poorer and more hopeless side, a filter that makes it glaringly obvious that she's lived a very sheltered life so far. But no matter how much Oz pushes back, Kylie won't give up on their connection.
The love that grows between the two main characters is healing. It is a kind of love that accepts all of the other person, the good and the bad. It's a kind of love that nourishes and lets you grow. It's the kind of love that puts all other loves to shame. It's the kind of love that anchors you, and keeps you afloat, as the world around you storms and rages, trying to pull you under. And since this a book by Jasinda Wilder, you should definitely expect plot twists and surprise revelations! Oh, and heartbreak! How could I forget the heartbreak!
This book features unrequited love, and highlights the price that one pays if they fail to take a chance. The misery that comes if we don't make the leap of faith, and put ourselves out there, regardless of how scary it all seems.
Overall, I loved this book, and loved these young characters who have all grown up since the last time we saw them! I also love, love, love that this book was written from the male perspective. Although at times, Kylie came off as callous, particularly when she interacted with Ben. But that's the interesting thing about how this story is written, you have to read between the lines and put yourself in Kylie's shoes to see where she's coming from, since you only see her how Oz and her dad sees her. Nevertheless, I loved being in Oz's head and experiencing his growth as he learns to accept love. And I LOVED Ben! I don't know how everyone else will react to him, but he took a piece of me by the end of the book, when I was bawling and aching for him (damn you, Jasinda!) And of course, I loved catching up with the characters that we fell in love with during FIY and FIU. Colt is even sexier, if that's possible! I loved seeing Nell as the confident woman that she's become. And I loved the glimpses of Becca and Jason, although they weren't nearly enough to satisfy me! Becca and Jason were always my favorite couple in the series, and I would love a story about Ben, since I suspect there's more going on there than they're telling (I'm looking at you, Jasinda!)
I inhaled this book, and I'm sure that I'll read it a million more times, as I have the other two. I am so grateful to Jasinda and Jack for taking that leap, and letting us all in to their world, although I'm sure it must have been terrifying to expose themselves to judgment and rejection. I think you two are the bee's knees, and you own a piece of me because your books are now permanent fixtures in my life. Keep them coming, and I'll keep buying! Happy Anniversary!
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