Saturday, April 18, 2015

Review: Fall Into You by Roni Loren

Fall into You
Loving on the Edge #3
Paperback, 336 pages
Published by Berkley Heat
Release Date: December 31st 2012

Blurb:
He’ll do anything for you. But you’d better say please.

When tomboy sports reporter Charli Beaumonde loses a dream TV job because she’s not girly enough for primetime, she’s determined to land a big scoop and prove her boss made a mistake. But when she gets too close to a football scandal and finds her life threatened, Charli accepts an offer from family friend Grant Waters to hide out at his place—even if Grant predicts nothing but trouble from his buddy’s hard-headed, uncompromising, irrepressible, younger sister. There’s one more problem…

Grant’s “place” is The Ranch, a BDSM resort in Texas, and he’s used to being in charge —even if that means trying to keep Charli in line. But much to Grant’s surprise, she’s intrigued—even envious—of his trainees. They’re the epitome of what she’s never been: sexy, beguiling, and totally irresistible to a man. Still, Grant doesn’t believe for a minute that the sharp-tongued Charli has it in her to be anyone’s submissive. But Charli’s already on her knees vying for the chance to prove that even the Master can be wrong sometimes.
Reese's Review:
Roni Loren does not disappoint with this amazing story. I loved Grant and Charlie right from the beginning. I have read this entire series out of order, which seems to be how I find all my favorites. I read about Grant in Forever Starts Tonight and that’s when I knew I needed to read his story.

Charlie wants to be more than a feel good reporter. She wants to be a news anchor for sports. Getting turned down time and time again for being a guys girl and not having “the look” Charlie is dealing with some major self-esteem issues. When someone ends up running her off the road she’s lucky enough to find herself face to face with Grant Waters.

Grant Waters hasn’t been interested in a submissive in some time. While he trains them he never takes them on for long term. Meeting Charlie he knows she’s off limits. Plus seeing how hard headed she is he doesn’t believe she has one submissive bone in her body, which is the only kind of women he likes. She takes him by surprise when she asks for submissive training.

Grant Waters is an expert Dom and it shows a lot in this book. I wish we could have seen more of his darker side in this one but everything we got I loved. Grant has a tortured past, he lost everything he once had. He goes through a lot in Fall Into You to be able to let go of his past and fall for Charlie since he feels like it’s a betrayal.

Charlie is tired of hearing how unladylike she is. She wants to be feminine and looked at as beautiful. Meeting Grant puts everything in place for her to learn about being a submissive. I loved reading about Charlie’s struggle to become a submissive and to feel beautiful. If you can imagine it’s hard to think one is beautiful when everyone tells you otherwise. Charlie struggles a lot but she is a really strong independent woman and I loved how her character never backed down from a fight.


I freaking loved Fall into You. The sexy scenes were so intense it was amazing. Seriously fan worthy. You got sexy toys and all kinds of fun stuff going on. Plus one of my favorite Roni Loren character Kade came into this book and things got majorly swoon worthy, panty smoking hot.

The entire story was just amazing. No one writes BDMS like Roni Loren. He stories are always so unique and the characters just pull you in. Love these books and I cannot wait until I can read another one.



Roni wrote her first romance novel at age fifteen when she discovered writing about boys was way easier than actually talking to them. Since then, her flirting skills haven’t improved, but she likes to think her storytelling ability has. After earning a master’s degree in social work from LSU, she worked in a mental hospital, counseled birthmothers as an adoption coordinator, and did management recruiting in her PJs. But she always returned to writing.

Though she’ll forever be a New Orleans girl at heart, she now lives in Dallas with her husband and son. If she’s not working on her latest sexy story, you can find her reading, watching reality television, or indulging in her unhealthy addiction to rockstars concerts. She is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author of The Loving on the Edge series.

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