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Fallen Too FarCopyright © by Abbi Glines All rights reserved. Bibliophile Published by Abbi Glines County Road 13 Fairhope, AL Acknowledgments This book would have never made it to publication without the following people reading it and giving me invaluable. 'Every time I read one of Abbi's books, I declare it my new favorite. Fallen Too Far was no exception, because it now tops the list as my all-time favorite Abbi Glines book.' “Fallen Too Far is a bold, stunning, sexy coming-of-age story and epic romance that will take your breath. Description TheNew York Times bestselling novel that launched the beloved world of Rosemary Beach and introduced the world to Rush and Blaire. The last thing Blaire Wynn wants is to move in with her father’s new family in Rosemary Beach, Florida. Will she find out what he’s.
Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Book Details Author: Abbi Glines Pages: Paperback Brand: The wealthy son of a rocker. A tough farm girl from Alabama. Two step-siblings from different worlds.
One summer in Rosemary Beach. She has no choice. Driving into the wealthy resort town in a pickup truck with a pistol under her seat, Blaire knows she'll never fit in.
But as the summer goes by, Blaire begins to see a side of Rush she never expected, and the chemistry between them becomes impossible to ignore. If you want to download this book, click link in the next page 5. The Bad: The story is sloppy and not well written. What was the deal with her pulling a gun on people and referencing it all the time--what type of nineteen-year-old girl does that and why is she so jumpy? Why is Rush so tortured and dark? Blaire goes to the beach just the one time in the story and it may as well not exist otherwise.
At one point Blaire tells a friend she will pay him back for gas after she gets her first check though she thought to herself pages earlier that she had all this hundreds of dollars in her pocket from tips since when do waitresses make money off checks? People constantly show up behind or in front of the heroine randomly, and just when they should, to keep the story going. Just a sloppy choppy mess. There are so many plot holes, contradictions, and inconsistencies here, I could go on and on.
The Ugly: But continuing from the good above , our heroine is an independent thinker, but constantly thinks one thing than does another. I really, really, really dislike this concept.
This couple is so overrun with lust that they ignore basic protection and common sense.
The cliffhanger ending is not tolerable when you discover that there are three more sequels after this one. Oh my. I despise the concept of the cliffhanger ending as it feels like a way to make money off people. But to really think I would read three more of these about Blaire and Rush? This is the last cliffhanger I will ever read. This is the first book in the Rosemary Beach series which has 13 books total. I have so many expectations for Never too Far.
When we first meet Blaire, she is just pulling in to her new home in Florida. She completely won me over when she pulls a guy on the guy that swings her truck door open. A country girl from Alabama that knows how to take care of herself. Over the course of the story, we learn more and more about what Blaire went through with her mom, dad, and sister. Unfortunately, when secrets come to the surface everything comes crashing down for Blaire. Because of this he comes off as a major jerk throughout most of the book.
But you could tell that there was more to him than that. Rush is completely swoon worthy! There are a few other characters that play pretty important roles in the story, but not make an appearance very often.
Grant is the first person Blaire meets upon arriving in Florida. Where to even begin with this woman. I hated her. She was the epitome of a spoiled rich brat. She hates Blaire from the second she lays eyes on her and I just cannot figure out why. Once the secret is finally revealed, I try to feel sorry for Nan.
The ending. It makes me want to strangle Blaire. But she does. It gets even worse when Rush shows up and begs her not to give up on her.
Stupid, stupid girl. I immediately needed the next book in the series because I was having a hard time recovering from the end of the book. And I kinda loved it. It was pretty classic paranormal love story. Pagan is hard headed and stubborn. I really like how she copes with her unique ability. It was organic and worked well in this story. It was a slow simmer that came close to boiling over a few times.
He was a smart ass know it all with a gooey center. It took me a long time to write this review because I still can't get over the last chapter of the book. It was just so intense and tear-jerking. Rush flinched from my words. I would not allow myself to feel for him. He was not saying that. I shook my head. I was not hearing this. He did not love me. He was what made me want to stay. You hate that it ended that way Now, off to find a standalone book with an HEA to read. View all 74 comments.
Dec 13, Debra rated it really liked it Shelves: Blaire -- Rush -- She's a young, unexperienced girl who's been hurt more than once by the people she loved. He's a typical bad boy They are each others stepbrother and stepsister and therefore a recipe for disaster When I first started reading Fallen Too Far I expected it to be an easy, fun story without too much drama and at first, it was just that. But then there was suddenly a highly emotional turn of events that managed to keep me hooked until the very last page.
Needless to say, I was unable to put it down and ended up finishing the book in one sitting Fallen Too Far is the story of the nineteen year old girl named Blaire Wynn. For the past three years of her life she's been taking care of her sick mother without the help of anyone but herself. Her father left their family after Blaire's twin sister died in a car accident and he hasn't returned ever since.
Now that her mother passed away and Blaire has no money left because of all the medical bills, she has no one to turn but her father He allows her to stay at his house in Florida but when Blaire arrives there, her father has run off to Paris with his new wife.
Instead, Blaire is faced with her new stepbrother It's immediately obvious that Rush and Blaire are from two completely different worlds; he's spoiled, a little condescending and he's used to always getting what he wants. Now all he wants, is Blaire but he also knows he might not be the right kind of guy for her I don't kiss and cuddle.
It's all about the sex for me. You aren't meant for someone like me. I've never denied myself something I want. But you're too sweet. This time I have to tell myself no. And as much as Rush tries to play it cool, Blaire slowly but surely manages to get under his skin.
I'll admit I was immediately drawn to you because you're gorgeous. It was breathtaking. It was the most amazing sound I'd ever heard. You were so honest and determined. You didn't whine or complain. You took what life handed to you and worked with it. I wasn't used to that. Every time I watched you, every time I was near you I fell a little more. But just when things seems to be going in the right direction Holy revelations!
Secrets and lies are revealed that might shatter their entire lives apart The love wasn't enough. At first, I honestly didn't like his character all that much. He was just a typical bad boy who thought he was better than Blaire just because he had more money. But after a while we got to see a whole other side of him and I started to like him more and more plus the guy was HOT, no getting around that fact Blaire, on the other hand, I loved her from the start.
Overall, they were both very refreshing and interesting characters that made reading the story even better. As for the ending of the story, I have to warn you, it's kind of dramatic and it will leave you desperate to find out what happens next. After the book endedI just felt like "This is it?? First there was disbelief - Then there was despair - And after that there was nothing Although I have to admit, it was also a good thing the story ended that way, because now I'm even more anxious to read the next part of this very entertaining series.
I can't wait to find out how the story of Rush and Blaire continues Future readers won't have to worry about the cliffhanger anymore because the second book will be released very soon! View all 93 comments. Dec 30, Claudia B. I just cannot seem to find what's so amazeballs about her books when all I find in them is just beautiful.
The main character, Blaire, was just so stupid I can't even decribe it. And Rush, the male lead, was so full of shit. I wanted to kick his ass during the entire book My God, I hated this book. I did. And nothing will change my mind. This is just one big hot mess. Starting with Rush's mood swings that had me all mad and confused and followed by Blaire's stupidity of falling for a guy who has sex with a different girl every night.
But that's the normal part of the story.
Blaire SAW Rush have sex with another gir. That's normal, right? And the ending was a big, fat WTF. I don't really want to say too much because, you know, spoilers and all that. View all 12 comments. When you are all alone in the world, hopeless and despaired? Blaire Wynn The nineteen year old girl has lost everything.
A car accident took away her twin sister. She lost her mother to cancer, after sacrificing her future taking care of her. And now she has to turn to her deadbeat, coward father to find a place a stay, a new start in her life.
But life deals her another unexpected hand. Instead of her father she finds his stepson. His parents never married. His mother, Georgianna, was a groupie back in the day. A bad boy, womanizer, cynical bastard that tries to hide a heart full of hurt and vulnerability. Mysterious, perfect, wounded and confusing man. He wants her but he is afraid that he will taint her, ruin her and that she will find out the secrets they are harbouring and they will destroy the fragile balance she managed to maintain.
And in the end you would never forgive me. A love stronger than both of them but will it be stronger than the lies and deceit? Holy freaking Hell A beautiful emotional story that destroyed me and broke my heart.
Nan, I hate you! I completely loathe you. I have an aversion to uppity bitches, but you made me allergic to them And then the ending kinda destroyed me I admire every single one of you that survived this cliffhanger!!! Already started the next December I was warned about this book: March 12th So This review can be found on my blog: View all 59 comments. Oct 06, Jennifer Kyle rated it it was amazing Shelves: Abbi Glines does IT again!! I love this story and the possibilities for future books are endless!!!
My Cast Photos After burying her mother, Blaire packs her old truck and heads for some much needed help from her estranged father. She has no idea that he is living high on the hog with a new family. He is away with his Abbi Glines does IT again!! He is away with his wife on vacation. Yep a real winner! She is coldly greeted by her stepbrother Rush and is offered to sleep in a closet under the stairs in this mansion of a home.
Rush also gives her two weeks to stay. Rush Finlay is gorgeous playboy who is very deep and tortured. He is very sexual and is drawn to Blaire. FYI- he has piercings and tattoos. Too bad he is keeping a secret.
She is a hard worker who never ever pities herself and you just have to respect her for that alone! She finds her strength in the love that her mother gave it keeps her secure, like a foundation.
Poor Blaire is treated a bit like Cinderella living under the stairs of the mansion and working for the elite at the country club. The chemistry is bubbling between Rush and Blaire.
Rush soon finds that he can no longer resist her. I was in love with Rush Finlay. But back to this secret Even her boss seems to know something WTF right? This secret is looming for most of the book and once you find out what it is things deteriorate between Blaire and all who resides in Rosemary, Florida.
He talks Blaire into returning to Florida and explains that she has made a lot of friends and is missed terribly by everyone including him. Woods offers her her job back at the club so she can have her own place, possibly with Bethy? I would love for Grant to get more of a storyline. I have a feeling that this is only the beginning and we are in for another great series by the talented Abbi Glines!
View all 21 comments. Nov 03, Becca rated it it was amazing Shelves: Abbi has done it to me again!!! Such great characters that pull you in and make you root for them or hate them with such passion.
March can not come fast enough!!! My Rush: My Blaire: My Grant: My Nan: My Woods: View all 4 comments. Dec 19, Kristen rated it really liked it Shelves: View all 27 comments. Made progress: I can't do this to myself! Maybe one day i'll get back to it, but time is too precious right now, i can't waste any on this. I'm never stepping out of my comfort zone again, it never ends well. Get outta here while you can! And the cover is extremely ugl Made progress: And the cover is extremely ugly!
Why the hell am i reading this book then you may ask. I have no idea, except all my friends have given it 4 or 5 stars, and i'm also trying this new thing where i don't "judge a book by it's cover". Let's see how that works out.
Oct 07, Stacia the club marked it as to-read. Wait, another book with an "innocent" girl and a guy who's played everyone? Isn't this like every other Glines book at least the 6 or so others I've read? How about flipping this for once and giving us the experienced girl with the inexperienced guy?
I was going to read this because I do like the sexual tension that Glines creates, but now I Wait, another book with an "innocent" girl and a guy who's played everyone?
I was going to read this because I do like the sexual tension that Glines creates, but now I don't know I even broke out the happy keys for Because of Low because I thought we headed in a positive direction. Do I need to get myself a new key? View all 60 comments. Nov 30, Autumn Review rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is one of the hardest reviews I've ever had to write.
Why, you ask? Well, I can tell you it might possibly be my favorite Abbi Glines book written, but I don't want to say much and ruin the story for you all. So, I'll give you a few highlights and strongly encourage you to get it. This book is Blaire's story. I loved this chick the minute she pulled out her gun. She's strong, smart, independent and loving. But, unfortunately for Blaire, she's had to suffer through some pretty hor This is one of the hardest reviews I've ever had to write.
But, unfortunately for Blaire, she's had to suffer through some pretty horrific losses in a relatively short time frame. She's looking for support from her father until she can make some money and go out on her own. However, he's not there for her yet again. My heart hurt for her and I really hated her dad for not being there for her. Once you learn more about her story, you will love her even more. You connect with her. You want to be her friend. You want to hug her.
When she meets Rush, her life tilts once again. I love all the girls in Abbi Glines' books, but I usually fall for the boys immediately. She knows how to write sexy men. Well, Rush is certainly sexy, but it did take me a while to warm up to him. That said, I trusted that Ms. Glines would win me over It took a while to love Rush, but once I did, it was a big fall. Rush is complex. He's a rock star's son, so he's seen things and done things in his life that are well He's loyal to his family though and is a very passionate guy.
The relationship that Rush and Blaire have is a bit complicated. As I said before, Rush is very experienced and Blaire is not. Not to mention the familial obstacles they face. She has been in a relationship before, but she's never known a guy like Rush. These two have some serious heat together. Without giving too much away, I'll tell you that there are several extremely hot scenes between these two.
I have to mention the supporting characters. I often make strong attachments to the supporting characters in Abbi Glines' books. In this book I really fell hard for Grant. He is funny and super sweet. I'm rooting for a book for Grant. Of course every story has it's villain, and in this one it's Nan, Rush's sister. She is just plain nasty, but I do understand why.
Not that it made me like her any better though. Here's the thing, I had the privilege of watching this story come to life and it's truly amazing seeing an author create a story. This particular story is a little bit different than some of Glines' other books though. Don't fear But, this story is a bit more raw and gritty. I will say that, as the end of this year wraps up and I think of all of the truly great books that have hit my self this year, Fallen Too Far will be among my favorites of I can't wait for you all to read it!
View 1 comment. Dec 17, Splage rated it it was amazing Shelves: Review posted to: Abbi Glines writes the steamiest, mature young adult romances that I have read. In Fallen Too Far , t Review posted to: In Fallen Too Far , the connection and combativeness between the characters was such a turn on. Rush was designer and Blaire was country.
Rush grew up the son of a world famous rock and roll drummer. He was gorgeous and rich with sexy tattoos and piercings on a perfect physique. Blaire was a good girl, she grew up in a normal family setting until her twin sister was killed in a car accident. Her world and family was torn apart and in the end, her normal high school life was a heartbreaking struggle as she took care of her sick mother alone.
This book comes out fast with the heartache. I had to swallow my tears many times as Blaire would recount her past tragedies and memories with her mother and her last years of high school.
Blaire was a strong and pure heroine. She was a wonderful and caring daughter and she had such pride and innocence that Rush and every male in this book should have been her protector and defender…she deserved it. The chemistry between Blaire and Rush was off the charts and instantaneous. What made all this wonderful connection even better was the story. The depth and direction led to one heck of a reveal Well, heartbreaking cliffhanger is what I got.
I found this author just in the last 5 months and 3 of the books I have read from her are solid 5 star reads. Feb 26, Katie babs rated it did not like it Shelves: When I finished reading, this is a perfect example of how I felt: For those who loved Fallen too Far Fallen Too Far 1 , it might be best for you to disregard this review because my reaction to this latest by Abbi Glines has me less than happy. I will start by saying that Glines does have an engaging writing style.
I can see why When I finished reading, this is a perfect example of how I felt: I can see why she has a big fan base. The heroine Blaire is wonderfully written and a character you want to root for, but the other characters in this tale are a big, big problem mainly because they're all stereotypes and are written as wretched, horrible people.
That's what Fallen Too Far is. Blaire is all alone in the world. Because Blaire is poor, and yet a hard worker, she is put down and ridiculed by the richy-rich people she must interact with, mainly her father's new stepson, Rush, who is a well known man slut to the max.
Rush is a walking STD and makes no qualms about it. When Blaire meets him, he's rude and crude to her. Throughout the story Blare seems him disrespecting women, as in he sleeps with them and throws them out after he gets his jollies off.
We see this on the page and it's not assumed or subtly shown. Rush is the type of man who needs a therapist because it's obvious he has such rage against women.
The morning after Blaire's arrival, she meets one of the many girls Rush sleeps with: I missed you in bed this morning. Curiosity got the better of me and I turned around. I was pretty tempted myself. I watched as pointed in the direction of the front door. You wanted me between your legs. You go it. Was he serious? Rush shook his head and took another drink from his cup. Last night was amazing. You know it. Nothing more. This is the man Blaire will fall in love with and choose as her soul mate.
You'd think Blaire would stay far away from him, and make friends with the nice guys she works with and have a romance with one of them. Blaire is attracted to Rush regardless of his psychotic and bullying ways that are really more what a villain entails.
But no matter because Blaire sleeps with Rush in very descriptive and erotic type love scenes that are very angry for both parties involved.
The purpose is for them to find physical release with no emotional attachment. The sex between them is full of rage and greed, and shows how really pathetic these two are when all is said and done.
This scene reminds me of the almost rape scene in a truck also that begins Tammara Webber's Easy. Funny how Buck, who tries to rape Jacqueline, the heroine of that story, is the nasty villain, but when Rush does the same to Blaire, he's the hero, the love interest and one the reader is supposed to sympathize with and wants Blaire to have her HEA with.
That scene was vile and disgusting. Again I ask, what was the point? I refuse to say love when it comes to Rush and Blaire because these two can't love one another. They're both disturbed and extremely unhealthy for one another. The Blaire at the end of this tale is a shell of her former self because Rush has sucked the life out of her via explosive orgasms, including the lies she unravels from her father and the ones Rush tells her.
Glines at no times gives us an adequate example why Blaire would fall for Rush and why the reader should expect these two to be together and be fine with it.
I lost respect for Blaire the moment she decides to give into her attraction for Rush "just because". She's lonely and since he's amazing in bed, she'll use him exactly like he uses others. Gone Too Far is the complete opposite of what a romance should be. I would stay far away from reading this one. If this is what the future of New Adult is or romance for readers jumping from Young Adult into adult romance, then I'm very saddened.
I felt the need to shower after I finished reading this book and wanted to read a book where the heroine and heroine respect one another and share their love in healthy and uplifting ways. View 2 comments. Dec 02, Bayli rated it really liked it Shelves: The first half of the book I would give around 3.