Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Review: Dropping In (The Vert Series #3) by Kristen Kehoe

*****5 Stars*****

I've been dying to get my hands on this book, the third in the Vert series. I loved both books #1 and #2 but I just knew that I was going to love Mal's story even more.
It's not essential but I highly recommend that you read this series in order. There's mention of all the characters in each others' books and the first two books are great and well worth reading in their own right but it's the build up, the tension that carried through so perfectly into this book.
Mal is shaped by his past. He's fiercely loyal, protective and although he's successful in his career, he know that he lost his heart a long time ago. Is there anything he can do to right his mistakes or will he makes things even worse? The journey that Mal and Nala take is spellbinding. It's emotional, tragic and uplifting. The lack of self-worth and the scars that run deep tear at your heart.
This book is beautifully written and this series just seems to get better and better. It's hard but I've got to admit that this was my favourite book.
I can't recommend this series highly enough - you won't regret it!

Reviewed by Vivienne Kauffer

Malcolm Brady thought breaking his leg was the worst thing that could happen…until he saw who was waiting for him at the airport.

Almost six years ago, Malcolm walked away from the love of his life, because she was too young, and he was too scared. But no matter how much distance he put between them, Malcolm could never convince his heart that he had done the right thing. When an accident sidelines him from his professional skate career, it’s Nala waiting for him at the airport. It only takes one look for all of the feelings he’s kept locked away to break free, and suddenly, Malcolm has a new mission: to show Nala Jansen exactly how much he loves her.

Nala fell in love with Malcolm Brady before her young heart really understood what love was. Even when he left her to become a professional skater, she never stopped loving him, never stopped wanting him. And she told him one night—just like that. I love you. Instead of saying the words back, he walked away, and Nala started on a course that would forever change her life.
Now, almost six years after her bold confession and his rejection, they are thrust together, making memories from the past unavoidable, especially when new feelings bloom. Except, Nala won’t share everything from their time apart, and Malcolm won’t accept anything less.

When emotions are high, and truths come to light, the lovers have to decide if their future is strong enough to withstand their past.

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