Falling Fast – Aurora Rose Reynolds – Book Review

Falling Fast – Aurora Rose Reynolds – Book Review


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Falling Fast

by Aurora Rose Reynolds


Published October 24th 2017

Genre: Contemporary Romance


4.5 stars



Colton Allyster is relieved to be back home.

After a year of rehabilitation, losing his career as a Marine along with his fiancé, he’s had to learn quickly what’s really important. Colton grew up wanting to serve his country. Managing his parents’ biker bar was never part of his plan, but after meeting Gia Caro, he’s beginning to think that’s exactly where he’s meant to be.

Ever since Gia Caro arrived in the small, sleepy town of Ruby Falls, Tennessee, her life has spiraled out of control. Between losing her grandmother a little more each day to dementia, and her hot boss’s constant attention, her once quiet existence isn’t so quiet anymore.

After weeks of sidestepping Colton, things get out of hand, and before Gia knows what’s happening, she’s spending her nights in his bed and her mornings in his kitchen. And as he cleans out drawers and makes room in his closet, she starts to wonder if she’s falling too fast.


WOW! I honestly don’t know why I’m speechless right now. ARR consistently delivers a love story that resonates with me. But there’s really something special about Falling Fast. I didn’t think it was possible, but I love these characters more than any of her previous books. They are quite simply, lovable, sweet, and endearing. Absolutely amazing!


Here’s the breakdown:

Gia returns to Tennessee to care for her elderly grandmother. After moving to town she applies for a job at a local bar and meets our amazing hero, Colton. Sparks fly! And what follows is a beautiful story of love and acceptance.


Here’s what I loved:

The characters are top notch! Although Colton isn’t your typical OTT alpha that were used to from this author, he is still PERFECT! He’s sweet, gentle, caring, and wants to take care of his woman….everything a great partner should be. He takes charge of situations, but isn’t completely overbearing. Gia is selfless, hard-working, and loyal. The two of them are a match made in heaven.

The setting is amazing, particularly because this part of the country is not far from me and I visit a couple times of years to experience the spectacular views that author describes.

Although the book is more of slow-burn than I expected, it completely works. The storyline calls for a slower pace and I think the author handled the timing perfectly.
The BOOM is back! Although it’s not technically the boom in this series, that feeling is back. It’s classic ARR and you’ll get those tingles you got from the Until Series. I guarantee it!

I’ve gushed about every part of the novel and love pretty much everything… so why didn’t I rate it 5 Full Stars? That was a difficult choice, but I did have a slight issue with the way the conflict was resolved. I won’t go into details, but it was a small detraction. Other than that, I can’t recommend this book enough. If you’re an Aurora Rose Reynolds fan like me, you definitely want to read this. And if you not, you still need to read it!

So overall, this is an all-around great romance. It’s a feel good story and the type of romance you want to curl up on the sofa with a warm blanket and devour. Highly recommended!




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4 thoughts on “Falling Fast – Aurora Rose Reynolds – Book Review

  1. Love the sound of this one! I’m a sucker for a military hero. My husband served in the Navy for 20 years so I have a soft spot for military men. 🙂 Colton sounds positively swoony. And I like the fact that this is a slow burn and doesn’t sound overly angsty. I’ll have to check this one out.

    Tanya @ Girl Plus Books

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