Falling Into Place

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 review
18+ menage

Sometimes it all has to fall apart to fall into place.

Liz never had it easy. She is a mage unlike any other. She finally had everything until someone shattered it all. The man she always trusted swept in to put her back together.

When an old nightmare comes back for her, her first love will come back to stand at her side. Together Tremaine and Robert will help Liz find her place. More
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About Brandy L Rivers

Brandy L Rivers is the author of the Others of Edenton and Others of Seattle Series. She also has a contemporary romance out,
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About the Series: Others of Edenton
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Reviews of Falling Into Place by Brandy L Rivers

Sarah M. Cradit reviewed on Dec. 16, 2013
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Rivers shines brightest when she weaves the past and present together. Falling into Place delivers what many books cannot: a glimpse into the full lifetime of love between three people. Love manifests in many ways, and Rivers shows us each of these, while also reinforcing effectively that you don't always have to choose one.

Liz is, hands down, my favorite female lead of the series. She is tough, but flawed, and sensitive enough that many women will relate to her. The two men in her life, Robert and Tremaine, are equally unique, and both right for her, in very different ways. While I know many love the strong alpha males and the no-nonsense tough girls, I always prefer the more flawed, sensitive types. I would be hard-pressed to pick a favorite character in this book, though, if I had to, it would be Tremaine.

Without spoiling the book, it is enough to say Rivers takes a very challenging message and sells it in beautiful, convincing spades.

Rivers continues to grow as her series moves forward. Each book is better than the last, and this one is no exception. One of the best reads of 2013.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Breezy Kirkpatrick reviewed on Dec. 16, 2013

Brandy tells epic stories.

This is no different. I fell in love with this series from book one and have just continued to fall in love with them. I want to live here. You become immersed in the town and in the relationships in the community. Brandy takes us on a journey through the history of these three and it lays out what is inevitable. The trifecta of passion and devotion.

I think I might be the only person who I have talked to that was excited about this new relationship triangle. A lot of fellow bloggers seemed to express how worried they were about a love that goes three ways. For me, it just made sense. It was time to spice things up, so to speak. And spicy it was. WOW! This book has moments that blow you away in how the relationship between Robert, Liz, & Tremaine develops.

Liz is two very different people in one. She is strong and capable, yet scared and timid in a lot of ways. She holds an innocence about her that is so compelling that you are unable to turn your back on her. Hence why she has two separate men in love with her. I cried for her, more than once.

I could go on and on about Robert, the former lover, who comes back to protect our sweet Liz. And Tramaine, who has helped her heal for so long. Both men are insanely amazing. Both have flaws and vulnerabilities. But both are so perfect for her. They are truly what makes Liz seem even more special than she already is. I love them. I don't want to go into details about them too much, discovering who these characters are on my own, for me, was very important.

I don't want to give too much away here, but I will say that when you have two men in love with you and both are good and right for you, it only makes sense to explore with both. =) And she does just that. I had a conversation with Brandy, where she expressed that once she brought Tremaine into the story, she had to explore the threeway relationship. I for one, am glad she did. His presence made the story richer, fuller, bolder. It was a perfect addition.

You will be glued to this story. If you loved Edenton before, get ready, because you will see another side of it that makes you feel like you never want to leave. Hey Brandy, can I get Preston's story now? Pretty please with sugar on top????? =)

I give Falling Into Place 5 amazing, sexy as hell, unable to put the damn book down lipsticks!!!!

(reviewed the day of purchase)
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