Review: Falling Down by Anne Mercier

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Synopsis: Jesse Kingston is a tall, dark, and gorgeous temptation I find hard to resist. I was twelve when I started crushing on him, and seventeen when I met him by chance. Now here I am, twenty-three, and I’m one of the two actresses in the video for his band’s latest single. It ends up not being as simple as doing a job and going home… There is no avoiding him and, after spending so much time with him, I’m not sure I want to. When he proposes a weekend together I throw caution to the wind and I say yes. The only question is: Will one weekend be enough? Will our time together end up changing this bad boy or will it end up changing me?

Cover: While the cover of my copy looked a bit different, when searching for one big enough to post I was shocked to discover the one I have here… because it looks like a cropped photo of a Jennifer L Armentrout book! While I understand in theory that photographers and models make more money by selling to multiple buyers, I really hate having two completely different stories with the exact same cover art.

Verdict: Falling down is a Rockstar Romance that is not particularly believable, but still enjoyable. I would read more of this series if it was available at the library (or free on kobo!), but I did not love it enough to want to go out and buy all the books.


Author: JaimeKristal

JaimeKristal is a freelance editor and writer. She started her book review blog "Tales of a Booklover" for the enjoyment of sharing her love of reading.

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