"A wondrous tale"
Reviewed by Gabrielle Lee
Posted October 21, 2015
Romance Contemporary | Romance Gay
Friendship is a dear thing to have and no one knows this
more than an angel thrown from heaven without a thought and
without his memories. In FALLING by Belinda McBride, Rion
falls to earth and is found and helped by Rex. The two soon
form a strong friendship that may turn into something much
deeper if it is allowed to grow. Rex must take Rion to see the others of his kind
and once they are there he must make some hard choices about their
relationship. How will
Rion react, and will he understand the choices Rex must
make, or will their friendship be lost?
This is a beautiful story of finding love and keeping it. I
enjoyed watching the relationship between Rion and Rex take
shape. The two begin a tentative friendship that grows
deeper by the day. Rion is a good man and continues to
prove that as he learns and loves. Rex works hard to figure
out just where to draw the line and where to cross it. The
two make a great couple and work well together. Each one is
always there to help the other. Their feelings are strong
and deep making it hard for anything or anyone to come
between the two men. As we watch their story unfold, both
Rex and Rion endeared themselves to this reader making this a wonderful read.
I enjoyed the magical world that Rex comes from. I quickly
became lost in this wondrous world full of magical beings.
The emotions are strong and pull you into the story that is
full of great characters that have lots to say. This author
builds a great world and I cannot wait to see what comes next for these two
and their world.
Learn more about Falling
Falling isn’t so bad, it’s the landing that hurts.
Just what exactly happens when an angel goes bad?
Stripped of his voice, his memories and his divinity, Rion
Hunter falls to Earth in a fiery blaze. After crashing into
a muddy sheep pasture in Scotland, the disgraced angel finds
himself face-to-face with an unlikely rescuer—a Sidhe-born
farmer named Rex.
Rex finds himself rapidly falling for the beautiful angel,
which can be risky when the object of your affection just
might be psychotic. And if that isn’t enough, the men find
that they’ve come to the attention of a ravenous succubus,
who has developed an appetite for Scottish farmers.
Reader Advisory: This book includes scenes of M/M/F ménage
and M/F content.
Publisher's Note: This book was previously published
elsewhere. It has been revised and re-edited for release
with Totally Bound Publishing.
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