Book Review | Falling Hard

falling hard

Former actress Emma Rothschild is partying in Vegas in disguise. But I’m not fooled. Five years ago, I knew that body better than my own, and I haven’t forgotten a single detail—not the curve of her hip beneath my hand or the hitch in her breath when I kiss her neck.

When Emma’s unexpectedly left alone in Sin City, I agree to spend the weekend with her. As friends. Why not? If I can knock down the toughest guys in the NFL, I’m strong enough to keep my hands to myself, even if she is the sexiest woman I’ve ever met.

Emma is part of my past—years so shrouded in secrets that not even my best friends know the truth about who I am. I’m a single dad now and not interested in revisiting my old ways or trying to win back the only woman I ever let close enough to break my heart.

But this is Vegas, where all bets are off, and with Emma, nothing ever goes as planned…


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What I liked…

The chemistry between Emma and Keegan, oh goodness, it was definitely sizzling. You could feel the tension between them from the start.

The…complications…wow what a history between these two, it unfolded oh so slowly but not in a bad way, in a way that kept you guessing and kept that tension sky high. You always expect there to be some kind of obstacles in this kind of book but these weren’t like anything I’ve read before.

What I didn’t like…

Whilst I loved the hurdles that these guys had to go through and getting to see their past through flashbacks, it didn’t leave much room to see them reconnect.

Also I didn’t realise before I started reading it that it was the fourth book in a series, I’m not saying you can’t read it as a standalone but I do feel like there are a lot of characters that get mentioned and unless you’ve read the previous books you’re not really going to connect with that well.


I really enjoyed this book, it had a lot more in it than I anticipated and Emma and Keegan were really cute together. I think I would have liked to have read the series in order to get a better feel for the characters but I might still go back and see where it all started.



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