August 4, 2017

Review: Falling Into the Black by Lauren Runow

Ten years ago we said goodbye.

I left the world I knew to create a new life for myself. Away from the lies. Away from the pain.

It was all going as planned until a friend asked for help with her club. The business was liberating. The company was intoxicating.

Two masked men became my euphoria. One was a player deep in the game. A teacher both intimately and figuratively.

The other was a quiet director. A man who tempted me with his stares and set me on fire with his dark whispers.

His secrecy excited me, bringing me to levels I've never imagined. I thought we were playing a game, but little did I know he knew exactly who I was.

I just wish I figured out his true identity before I fell for his best friend.

* Falling Into the Black is a standalone novel with an HEA.

 Review by April

ARC provided for an honest review 

5 'Search the world for you.' Stars

Oozing with several degrees of hot, sexual passion and dripping with tantalizing angst, Lauren Runow hit the freakin' alarm with Falling Into the Black! THIS BOOK IS OFF THE CHARTS HOT! All that hotness combined with Lauren's ability to emotionally shred her characters to pieces is bar none! To feel like you know every little tiny thing that makes them tick, it just makes the whole experience that much MORE; personal, relate-able, and overall enjoyable.

This emotional second chance romance with a bit of a love triangle angle to it had my heart pounding and knees knocking in anticipation for all the twists and turns that would occur and turn my world upside down. I mean, LOOK AT THAT COVER!! It screams turmoil and sadness! GAH!

Fast forward 10 years, Angie/Evangeline, is still at times blindsided by haunts of the past, baggage that could destroy a weaker person. Trying to constantly move forward in life can be a battle when thinking of everything you've lost and left behind.

Little did she know how much her life would change when she agreed to help oversee Club Bridge, a world where two men reawaken her zest and zeal for love and life.

"Here we are, at the starting line. It's not a race, but rather a marathon, and I'm going to love you till the very end. I promise you that."

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