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Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams, #3) by Abbie Roads – Review by Naomi McDonald

Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams, #3)Never Let Me Fall by Abbie Roads
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Never Let Me Fall is the third book in the Fatal Dreams series. I love this series; every book has been fabulous and this one is no exception. While it does mention characters from the previous books, it can be read as a standalone. Seriously though, the other books warrant a read, so why not add them to your TBR list!!!

The author has superbly blended romance with suspense and danger in this dark and intriguing story of healing the wounds of the past though love and acceptance. The main characters have deep and complex issues stemming from the pain of past events. Due to the nature of the subject matter, there may be triggers for some individuals.

Get it. Read it!!!! You will not be disappointed.

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Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams #3) by Abbie Roads ~ Review by Liz Vrchota

Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams, #3)Never Let Me Fall by Abbie Roads
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Abbie Roads has done it again. I am left breathless after Never Let Me Fall, book three in the Fatal Dreams series. Don’t panic if you haven’t read the first two, this can be read as a standalone novel. I would recommend that you read them as soon as you can if you have not because they are equally breathtaking.

Let me just start with the gorgeous cover. Not only eye catching but beyond fitting and makes perfect sense once you read the novel. If I hadn’t read anything by Abbie Roads before I would have picked this up without even reading the synopsis.

Helena, I just loved her. She was a strong woman because she had to be. After being convicted of a murder that she didn’t commit as a teenager she spent years in a women’s prison. Brutal beatings has left her scarred both physically and mentally, and with a lot of healing needed by the time her release date comes.

Thomas had his own fair share of scars. When the two meet on the night Helena gets released from the facility there is an instant connection between the two. Both of them are so broken, but in different ways. Could they each have the pieces that could heal the other?

I just adored the way this book came alive off the pages. Abbie Roads has the ability to paint a scene with her words and make you feel as if you are right there with the characters. Each time I finish one of her novels I feel a great hangover and this one was no different. I can’t wait to see what will come next! Thanks for the great read!

Review by @lizaileen
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Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams, #3) by Abbie Roads – Review by Jana Teppih

Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams, #3)Never Let Me Fall by Abbie Roads
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Never Let Me Fall is the third book in Abbie Roads Fatal Dreams series. I have read EVERY SINGLE ONE of her books and I bow my head in reverence … With every book I read, I close it with a hope that she will give us another one in the series … Her imagination, her way of telling the stories, the way she gets into your head, the way she throws you on an emotional rollercoaster … she is a master of masters!
Never Let Me Fall is the story of Thomas Brown (the second book of the series was about her sister) and Helena Grayse … when these two meet, EVERYTHING changes, for both of them … At times I take a break from reading and I wonder where the writer takes the inspiration for her stories from … and to think that it is the third story focusing on an ancient legend, the writer doesn’t seem to lack of diversity, the different destinies that the couples have been destined for … please, keep them coming!
Just a friendly advice, do please read the books in order … you could say they are standalones that have the ancient legend in common … but I do not think so … you get sucked deeper and deeper with each story and as I said, the second book is about Thomas’ sister … I wonder who will be next and I hope there will be next and I hope that Abbie will also continue her Fatal Truth series in near future!

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Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams Book 3) by Abbie Roads – Review by Heather Bahm

Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams, #3)Never Let Me Fall by Abbie Roads
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The third installment in the Fatal Dreams series, Never Let Me Fall, by Abbie Roads continues with its romantic suspense theme. Abbie Roads is highly talented in how she writes these stories. In Never Let Me Fall, the story immediately opens into a scene that makes you hold your breath! Oh my goodness, this book seriously had me on the edge of my seat quickly reading to see what was to happen next! Talk about a page turner!! I felt that the characters were each perfectly flawed. Helena’s past is not an easy one, yet the author handled it with flare without it feeling too weak or overly done. Thomas is enticing, the reader is drawn to him, to his personality and how he interacts. Combining these two characters together was climatic and how they juggle and combat against forces was well played. This story holds its own within the series, but I liked the touch of how there are small, minuscule pieces that overflow from the other books in the series.

Reviewed by @hbahm

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Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams #3) by Abbie Roads – Review by Lisa Helmick

Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams, #3)Never Let Me Fall by Abbie Roads
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams #3)
By Abbie Roads
Rated 4 stars

Thomas’ story drew me in when I first heard about it. A guy who sees black/white and has for years then once he sees a woman…all the colors come to life. Heck yeah! I wanted to read that! Because I know he will want her. She not only adds color but also fills those empty holes he had inside him. Win-win!

I had high hopes for this book. I read the last two books in the series and ab-so-lutely loved them. I am not sure why but this book was a struggle for me. At first I couldn’t connect with the characters. At times the story seemed disjointed and I had to reread pages thinking I had missed something. But it all seemed to flow much better the further Into the story I got. I started to feel the connection and actually “feel” the MC’s bond grow. There is quite a bit of movement in the last half of the book which makes some things come together. It was nice to briefly see Lathan and Evanee as they helped out a bit.

As stated above I loved the others in this series. Heck I am a one clicker of Abbie Roads. But I am sorry. I wanted to love Thomas’ story but it is an okay to good read for me.

Review by @lisahelmick
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Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams Book 3) by Abbie Roads – Review by Erica Fish

Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams, #3)Never Let Me Fall by Abbie Roads
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Never Let Me Fall by Abbie Roads is an excellent book. The whole Fatal Dreams series is an excellent group of books that you will like to read. This book can be a standalone story but would be beneficial to read the other stories. The tone of the story is a suspense, action, mystery which allows the story to move along more quickly. I was nail biting through parts of the story and wanting to close my eyes at other parts (which is hard to do when you are reading the story). This story is about Thomas and Helena. This is an interesting story as Thomas can only see in black and white, but Thomas can see the human soul (in my opinion an awesome gift). Helena has been in prison for the last 10 years being convicted of murdering her boyfriend. Now Helena has said from the beginning that she was innocent of that crime. Now the paths of Helena and Thomas have been cross and there will be answers to the questions, but will they be able to trust each other is another question that needs to be answered. Will their relationship keep going strong or will fail? You will find that answer when you read this book.

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Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams) by Abbie Roads – Review by Bobbi Wagner

Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams, #3)Never Let Me Fall by Abbie Roads
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I enjoy how this book pulled me right in from the first word. I also found this to be fast reading with a plot that is engaging. Thomas and Helena are very likable characters that I could connect with. Thomas has a unique ability where he can see into someone’s soul but he sees the world in black and white until he meets Helena. She brings life and more color then he could ever imagine but she also brings a past that could be a threat. I highly recommend reading this book.

Review by @bjwagner
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Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams) By Abbie Roads – Review by Laura Furuta

Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams)Never Let Me Fall by Abbie Roads
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams Book 3)
By: Abbie Roads
5 out of 5 stars

The story Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams Book 3) by Abbie Roads is a wonderful book that I loved reading. It hooked me in from the very beginning and I didn’t want to put it down until I had read the final page. It is a story that has action, suspense, and mystery all rolled into a book that had me on the edge of my seat wondering what was going to happen next. It is a page-turning novel. I loved reading about the characters of Thomas Brown and Helena Grayse. Thomas is a man that can only see the world in black and white. That is until he meets Helena. Helena is a woman who has suffered at the hands of others. She has strength and she is a survivor. Even so, if she is cornered or feels uncomfortable with a situation she feels the need to run. When they meet Thomas and Helena both have a connection to each other. She becomes the one person that he can’t live without. He is someone who wants to keep her safe. What will happen when they are targeted and threatened by an enemy? Will they survive? Read this book to find out. This is a story that will have your emotions going up and down all the time. I loved that the story is written with such detail that I felt like I was right there with the characters seeing what they were. This story does include some steamy scenes that will make the temperature in the room rise. I grew to love the characters of Thomas and Helena with each chapter that I read, and I was rooting for them to find happiness and a happy ending. This is an amazingly wonderful book that I would highly recommend reading.

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Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams, #3) by Abbie Roads – Review by Heather Lovelace

Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams, #3)Never Let Me Fall by Abbie Roads
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This had me hook, line, and sinker. This book was an unexpected delight. The author has a strong voice and establishes strong characters in a well developed universe. Beginning to end I found the story compelling and honest. I became emotionally invested very quickly and couldn’t put the book down before finishing the last page.

Reviewed by @heatherlovelace

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Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams #3) by Abbie Roads – Review by Emily Walsh

Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams, #3)Never Let Me Fall
ByAbbie Roads
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Never Let Me Fall (Fatal Dreams #3) by Abbie Roads was a unique, heart pounding, paranormal thriller, that had me hooked from start to finish.

My first read by this author and for this series. Again, if you know me, I tend to read books out of order, but no worries this book reads as a standalones. And form what I have researched about this original series, so do the other books. That being said, this book isn’t like anything I have read before. It puts a new spin on crime dramas, and that uniqueness adds something more than special and extra, it makes it stand out and memorable.

I love finding these, out-of-box reads; it has taken something has has been done and elevates it into something rare and as I said, memorable. What I liked the most was the excellent balance of good with the dark and twisty. The tone shifts were on point and really brought this tale to life. Our MC was topnotch, well rounded and believable. His emotions were raw and powerful, not only in love but in his ambition to do what’s right.

Overall this book is a solid 5 star read. If the other books are anything like this one, then I’m missing out and need to go back and read the other two books. So please take my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval, that you will be addicted to this book.

Happy Reading

Review by @eawalsh

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