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The Trouble with FallingThe Trouble Series #4
Published by Rachel Morgan
Publication Date April 19th 2017
Genres: Young Adult, Romance
Setting: South Africa Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 18-25
Written for: High School/Young Adult, Adult
Also in this series: The Trouble with Falling
After the heart-shattering ending of her first serious relationship, eighteen-year-old Sophie has sworn off love. Now that school is behind her, she plans to travel the world and form as few attachments as possible. The only exception: Lex, the artist on the other end of the Internet who chats to her almost every day. A guy she can never lose--since she doesn't actually have him to begin with.
Sophie's plan can start as soon as she's faked her way through her sister's wedding. Pretending to be happy and excited for the next week or two should be easy, right? But that was before Caleb walked onto the scene ... Best man to Sophie's almost-brother-in-law, Caleb is infuriatingly friendly and determined to get a real smile out of Sophie. Forced together through dance classes and wedding-related disasters, Sophie is determined not to like him. And terrified when she ends up failing.
Then Lex suggests he and Sophie should meet, and all Sophie's careful plans for the future begin to unravel. Now the girl who was never meant to fall for anyone must figure out what to do with the two guys tugging at her heart.
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The Trouble with Falling is a sweet, clean contemporary romance that can be read as a standalone novel.
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I am currently reading The Trouble with Falling, written by a South African author. Somehow I’ve only read the first book in the series but skipped to book 4. Oh yeah, it’s because I got a great deal on the book. 🙂 I really enjoyed The Trouble with Flying and gave it .
Just a caveat before the first line. This book, while it does not contain any sexual situations, does have some references to certain body parts that should not be mentioned (at a bachlorette party). And a “mild” swear word is used several times in it. Other than that, I am enjoying the book so far. Stay tuned for a review once I’ve finished.
So here is the first line
The guy on the other side of the craft supplies store is watching me.
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