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Falling Fast

Length: 6 hrs and 47 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (19 ratings)

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Colton Allyster is relieved to be back home. After a year of rehabilitation, losing his career as a Marine along with his fiancé, he’s had to learn quickly what’s really important. Colton grew up wanting to serve his country. Managing his parents’ biker bar was never part of his plan, but after meeting Gia Caro, he’s beginning to think that’s exactly where he’s meant to be. 

Ever since Gia Caro arrived in the small, sleepy town of Ruby Falls, Tennessee, her life has spiraled out of control. Between losing her grandmother a little more each day to dementia, and her hot boss’s constant attention, her once quiet existence isn’t so quiet anymore. 

After weeks of sidestepping Colton, things get out of hand, and before Gia knows what’s happening, she’s spending her nights in his bed and her mornings in his kitchen. And as he cleans out drawers and makes room in his closet, she starts to wonder if she’s falling too fast.

©2017 Aurora Rose Reynolds (P)2019 Aurora Rose Reynolds

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Sweet Story!

This was my first Aurora Rose Reynolds's book. Colton and Gia's story is sweet, fun, fast-paced, filled with a little suspense. They share a strong chemistry, and they are great together. I love how Colton is supportive and protective with Gia. The secondary characters are also great! I love Gia's best friend, and Colton's parents and brothers. I was sad for Gia's grandmother. I love the ending. Lacy Laurel and Gregory Salinas did a great job with the narration. They both have a great voice!, and I love to listen to them together.

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Good story HORRIBLE narration

The story line was good. Not my favorite ARR novel but not the worst. I wish she added more details in regards to the drama with the ex. It was very incomplete. The narrators SUCKED!!! The male sounded like a perv and the female was too nasally. The narrators have all sucked on the last few ARR novels.

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  • 03-10-19

I fell fast!

This Aurora Rose Reynold's novel had me falling fast! Gia finds out the grandmother she thought was dead is very much alive and suffering from dementia. She goes to her to help out and finds more than just the grandmother she has missed for years. Colton, a veteran runs the local bar. When Gia comes looking for a job, we can feel the boom! I know it's not the same series, but their instant attraction and chemistry still gives me that feeling! Reynolds creates the best characters. Gia is a sweet woman, very giving and is willing to do anything for her grandmother. Colton is incredible, with a will to survive, succeed and nurture. I loved these two together. The supporting characters add a whole lot of fun to the story too! Gia's best friend, Colton's brother and his parents all add some laughter and love! Add the little underlying suspense, and the story is perfect!

Aurora Rose Reynolds picks her narrators so well. Lacy Laurel portrays Gia to a T. She is able to let us feel her innocence and fear of the unknown as she comes to Tennessee. We see her blossom as the performance goes on and Laurel emotes the love and maturity as her character grows. You can't help but love Gia. Gregory Salinas as Colton lets us feel his physical and emotional scars, yet gives him a confidence and feeling of security just with his voice. I loved this combination of narrators and hope to hear more from them.