Review of Fall Into Forever by Beth Hyland
Rating: 4 stars
Received arc through NetGalley for an honest review:
Pretty sweet and i mean sweeeeeeeeeet story. Not necessarily for the romance heavy hitters ( meaning its pretty low on the kink scale) but i recommend to give it a try anyway. Pretty fast paced with non of the unnecessary melodrama allot of these early adult books seem to have.
Ivy is a darling, scared young woman running away from a painful past. Her escape takes place far from home at Pacific State University, where she meets Jon Priestly. Jon is a bad boy, college DJ hottie with groupies always in tow, the last thing she needs to set her eyes on. But set they do. They both come with their own bag of probs but fall into an easy friendship and passionate love affair. What starts out as friends with booty benefits soon turns into so much more. He becomes her protector safe harbor, while she becomes his anchor. I loved how even though he was jaded he wasn’t a total Dbag about it and was vulnerable during much off the book. His Humanitarian-ism was also a nice touch. Both characters were easy to like. Just needed a bit more fireworks for that big boom. But when it comes to her story telling style she gets two thumbs up from me :) -Juli
Ivy McAllister had it all. Perfect boyfriend. Perfect life. Perfect future. Or so they tell her. Because one night, on a dark country road, a fiery crash changed everything…and Ivy can’t remember what happened.
Now, two years later, at a new college far from home, she tries to regain control of her life, but her plans don’t include a tattooed, motorcycle-riding, indie music-obsessed guy with his own sorority girl fan club.
Jon Priestly is the hottest guy at Pacific State University. Just ask his groupies. But with a dark past he must keep hidden, he shuts himself off emotionally and trusts no one. That is…until he meets a broken girl with haunting green eyes and secrets of her own.
Ivy shouldn’t be attracted to Jon. They’re wrong for each other in every possible way. Yet as they spend time together, something about him—everything about him—feels so right.
But when threats from her past make her question what little she does remember, Ivy must decide whether to run again or trust the one person she can’t live without.