Falling into the Black by Lauren Runow – Review by Jana Teppih

Falling into the BlackFalling into the Black by Lauren Runow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Falling into the Black by Lauren Runow is an intense second chance romance mixed into a love triangle that blows your mind. It is the first book I have read by this writer and I am a believer, I will definitely check out some of her other books. On top of being a romance, it is also a delicious mix of erotica, chemistry, romance and … angst … with a sex club thrown in as well …
So, Falling into the Black is the story of Evangeline “Angie”, Cole and Carter. They meet at the above mentioned sex club and there is instant connection there and BOTH of the guys are attracted to Evangeline. I have it really hard to choose between Cole and Carter as they are in some ways similar but in some ways different but both of them have staying power and it is first time in for ever that Evangeline feels she is ready to explore a relationship …
I love the emotional rollercoaster that the writer is taking us on, the angst that all of the characters feel, their interactions and banter and of course, the history that is there, laying below it all … There are many twists and turns in the story and some might be predictable, still, I found it difficult to put the book down. It is a great read that you will not regret picking up!

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Gravity by Lauren Runow – Review by Jenni Bishop

GravityGravity by Lauren Runow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

When 8 year old Lily moves into her new house she meets Trevin. They become the best of friends and inseparable day and night. Trevins life is baseball, music, his mum and Lily. After leaving a baseball game there is a car accident that changes Trevins life forever. For Trevins 18th birthday Lily signs him up for an audition for Sony Records. A week after auditioning Trevin gets the call that starts his dream and gets him away from the home life he hates. Six months later and Lily goes to visit Trevin only to find he has changed and not for the better. Unable to bear what he has become she walks away. He is unable to not have her in his life and vows to prove to her that he should be with her.

After many ups and downs Lily moves in with Trevin but only as friends. After time they realise they should be together but Lily starts to become someone she neither knows or likes and feels the only way to fix it is to walk away to find herself. Is Lily able to find herself and let Trevin back into her life? Will Trevin be able to prove he is able to have the 2 loves of his life, Lily and music?

I loved this story. It is refreshing change from the normal love stories out there. I was with the characters every step of the way through love and heartbreak. Well done Lauren you have done a great job.

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