How It Rolls by Lila Felix
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Despite the odds, Reed Wolfe is making it, by the skin of her teeth. Her dreams and aspirations will have to wait until she can get on her feet. Because right now she’s homeless and churning on a downward spiral.
Falcon Black is existing. Not living, not thriving, just jutting along a path. But when he finds Reed, he can’t resist the urge to help her, lighten her load. But Falcon tends to go overboard, over the line, crossing boundaries he never thought he would and risking her trust in the process.
Can she accept his love or will it end up smothering her?
Now for my review…
You all probably know by now that I don't often review books and when I do, I don't go into great detail about what the book was about. I figure if you want to know that, you can read the description and then decide if it's something you're interested in…or not. What I do tell you is whether or not I liked the book. Well, all I can tell you about How It Rolls is that if you don't read this one, you're missing out on getting to know two amazing characters, Falcon and Reed. From page one, you'll (or at least I did) fall in love with Falcon and it just kept on getting better and better. His sincerity and sweetness in the way he thought about Reed was so heart warming that I just wanted to hug the man. And then, when I met Reed, I wanted to hug her, because, well, she'd missed out on so many hugs when she was growing up that there were way too many make up for. So now that the group hug is over, I'll get on with it. I loved this story. Did I say that already? Oh, sorry. Let me say it again. I loved this story. It was that good. Lila has that knack. She pulls you in from the first word and before you know it, you hit the end and you don't want it to be the end. You want the book to keep on going because you feel so good inside. You also feel like you know the characters personally…like they're your best friends. You pull for them when the chips are down and you get pissed off at them when they do stupid things. So, go and get this book today. You'll be glad you did! I give this book 5 awesome stars!
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