What do you do when you wake up in a hotel room beside a tattooed man with a face that makes Tom Hardy look like the bottom of a shoe?
You fight through your tequila-induced haze, trip over his designer suit crumpled on the floor, and run.
After all, you’re 1,500 miles from home. It’s not like you’ll ever see him again.
Unless you’re me.
Fast forward six months and I somehow find myself in the middle of a bet with Mr. Tall, Dark, and Tattooed that includes me owing him four dates. Four dates with an arrogantly charming man whom I know little about, what could possibly go wrong?
I’ll tell you what’s going wrong, my falling asleep in his arms on date three and realizing I’m in love with a man who doesn’t even know my real name.
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A Fun, sexy and erotic romance.
I loved the beginning of this book, three friends all on holiday celebrating their divorce. I laughed so many times at the banter and Witt with these three friends.
Charlie was likeable, socially awkward, a woman with very little confidence, also she was a marriage councillor who ironically had just gone through a divorce. Charlie wakes up after a day and night of many drinks with her friends, she really finally allowed herself to live a little but when she looks at her surroundings she finds herself in the bed of a man who looks like he belongs in a fashion magazine, this is the first glimpse of Charlie's awkwardness and lack of confidence, charlie leaves without giving the man her real name. The scene was funny and even funnier when she couldn't remember a thing and thought he may have been a Mafia boss or something when re-capping the morning to her friends who then began to name the mystery man El Chapo.
“You slept with him and don’t remember how it was?”
I close my eyes and inhale.
“Not really. Bits and pieces.”
She glances at my crotch.
“I’m so sorry your owner hates you.
” She’s seriously talking to my vagina.
Although I could have read about Charlie and her friends all the way through this book because I loved them so much the plot got even more interesting when Fate stepped in and back home Charlie bumped into Elijah who by the way thought her name was Demi because she had also given him a false name, so for the remainder of the story she was Demi and Charlie being Charlie never corrected him and just went along with it.
I loved this fate filled romance, I loved that Charlie got a chance at real love with a sexy man with a dirty mouth who completely swept her off her feet. Elijah may have been a bit of a mystery and alluring, a businessman, a wealthy man but boy did he also have the swoon factor.
"Elijah Banks is a category-5 hurricane, one you stand on the shore and watch roll in. You wait for the waves to strike and drag you out into a tumultuous sea. And now, here I am, just waiting".
Elijah and Charlie begin dating, the relationship has an expiration date, Elijah is moving to London . The countdown to Elijah going away gives Charlie the chance to feel free, have an attitude of you only live once and she tries her best to keep her heart at a distance. Feelings weren't meant to get involved, the days were ticking by but like all plans it doesn't always go how you would expect. Elijah is charming and enticing, I mean, what woman wouldn't fall for Elijah Banks?
"He’s intoxicating. Every hour I spend with him, each kiss, complicates things. It threatens to involve my heart in something that will prove to be fatal".
An interesting plot with hot moments, I loved it. What I couldn't get my head around was Elijah's interest and activity's in a sex club prior to meeting Charlie, I didn't think this fitted in with the plot, there was enough going on without this titbit of info into Elijah's activity's prior to meeting Charlie, it didn't turn out to be a book about a man and a sex club though thankfully, there was a lot more to the story than that trope that I have quite frankly had enough of.
FALLING IN BETWEEN is a lot of things, it starts off feeling like a ROM-com then gets a little more serious and sexy as the plot continues, its about second chances, new beginnings, it's romantic, hot, and heartwarming it's also a recommended read by Stevie J Cole.