Fall Into Me by Linda Winfree

Samhain Publishing

Hearts of the South, Book 7

Contemporary Romance

ISBN: 978-1-60504-366-1

Reviewed by Melissa



Angel Henderson has struck out on love. She was dumped by her fiancé and then found herself rebounding to another man only to have him dump her too. So, when the 10 year younger Sheriff’s deputy Troy Lee Farr tells her he wants a chance with her, she’s not sure she’s ready to take a chance with her heart again. Troy Lee puts all he has into convincing Angel that he’s the man for her. However, just when it seems like they may have a future together Angel’s past may cost them their chance at happiness

I have read each and every Linda Winfree book available. I mean I’ve devoured them as soon as I could. In fact, I can’t think of one that I reviewed that I haven’t Joyfully Recommended. Unfortunately Fall Into Me literally stunned me and not in a good way. I have to admit that Angel wasn’t exactly the heroine I truly wanted for Troy Lee. I mean when the readers last saw her she had a one night stand with the hero from the last Hearts of the South book, Cookie. But like the true craftsman I know her to be Linda Winfree made me start liking Angel. I wanted more of Angel and Troy Lee, I was falling in love with them. Right up until moment that Angel was destroyed for me with her interference in Tori and Cookie's happy ever after. Then, in all honesty, I hated her. I’d waited forever, or at least many books, for Cookie and Tori, from Hearts Awakened to finally have their happily ever after only to have their story taken from them in a cruel twist in  Fall Into Me. Readers who waited for Cookie and Tori, and loved them, would do well to be forewarned and prepared for heartbreak. Linda Winfree remains an author whose books I will be looking for but sadly Fall Into Me made me angry, sad and by the end of the book just plain let down, something I can’t remember ever being after reading Linda Winfree before.



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