Friday, November 7, 2014

Review - All Falls Down by Ayden K. Morgen

Title: All Falls Down by Ayden K. Morgen 
Publication Date: November 1sr, 2014
Genre: Contemporary
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When Savannah Martin walks in on her abusive boyfriend and her best friend in bed together, she thinks life can't possibly get any worse. And then she wakes up in a hospital in Italy, scared and alone. With nowhere left to go, Savannah runs to the family who took her in when her mother abandoned her as a teenager.
But things aren't as simple as they were then.
For starters, two years of constant emotional abuse has broken Savannah in ways she's not sure can be repaired. And patriarch Matthew Talbot has been murdered, leaving his eldest daughter, Lexi, in charge of a global non-profit and her younger sisters.
Jared Corbit, Lexi's gorgeous boyfriend, is the only thing standing between her and whoever murdered her father. That doesn't stop Savannah from falling in love with him. She knows it's wrong, but she just can't stay away from him when he makes he feel like no one else ever has before.
Finding out his relationship with Lexi is a ruse should make things easier, but when the truth is finally revealed, Savannah's fragile world threatens to fall apart. There's a murderer on the loose, and he's gunning for the only family she has. To save their lives, she and Jared will be forced to make a decision that just might destroy her completely.
How is she supposed to let the man she loves marry another woman?

I have received this book in exchange on an honest review as part of a blog tour.
I always enjoy stories like this. Emotional, real and well-written.
Savannah is our main character and she has gone through a lot in her life. Even if she not always realizes it she’s incredibly strong and resilient.
I liked the characters in this book and thought they were well-written. Savannah’s emotions especially always seem genuine and real.
All Falls Down is very well-written, the characters are interesting and I enjoyed the fact the story not only was emotional, it always revolved around a mystery.
All in all, this is a great book I think any fans of contemporary books will be able to enjoy. 

Rating: Worth Your Time (4 Stars)

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