Review: Falling For Hadie

Jul •  5 •  2013
This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
Review: Falling For HadieFalling For Hadie by Komal Kant
Series: With Me # 2
Published by Self-Published on March 7th 2013
Genres: Young Adult-Contemporary/Romance
Source: Bought
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“Sometimes there is a single moment that changes your life forever.”

Hadie Swinton is giving up on boys.

After a disastrous relationship, she is convinced that all males are the same—arrogant, self-assured, and complete jerks.

Lincoln Bracks is giving up on his old life.

After moving to a new town to escape the problems plaguing him, he is set against ever getting close to anyone again.

When Hadie and Lincoln’s worlds collide, their intrigue for one another leads them to open up to each other against their better judgment. Despite the attraction that is pulling them together, insecurities, secrets, and shattered hopes stand in the way of them ever being together.

At a time when darkness consumes their lives, Hadie and Lincoln learn that hope and love can still be found in the most unlikely place.

*Recommended for mature readers aged 17+ due to language and sexual content

**This is the second book in the With Me series but can be read as a stand-alone

So after reading the synopsis, I figured why not? I could use a good romance. A girl and guy, from two different places falling in love. What could possibly go wrong? Everything. This book swept me off my feet and left me crying before the story ended.

Plot: Let me tell you that I should not assume when I’m reading a book exactly what I’m reading. Cause by now you think I learned my lesson. I assumed that this romance would be easy. And my god is wasn’t. Every plot twist and angle, just made my heart melt for the couple but also mourn for the couple. The build up to the last and final nail in the coffin did me in and I cried.

Love: This love should be given the chance to last forever. But what is so beautiful about this love is how short time was for them. GAH! I wish there could have been more time. In the moments that they shared love it was the best love ever. The kind the makes you swoon, the kind that touches your heart and won’t forget. The kind of love that survives even when people around you try to bring it down. It’s amazing.

Ending: What else can I tell you other than I cried like a baby. I even re-read the last few pages just to make sure I wasn’t imagining things. It was a bittersweet ending that I won’t forget.

Falling For Hadie changes your perspective on life and love. Love that comes at you fast when you least expect it. It’s a kind of love that saves you and gives you something new to fight for. Falling For Hadie is visually unique and great!

I give it 4 BITES!

4bites

Happy Reading!

5 Comments

  1. Jen @ YA Romantics
    Jul 5, 2013

    Love that “reader discretion” box – just like on TV 🙂
    So, this is a book with NA themes, but YA aged characters? Sounds interesting!

    • Savannah
      Jul 5, 2013

      Yeah, they characters are 18, but they face a lot of adult dilemma. It’s a great book. I hope you check it out.

  2. I hadn’t heard of this book before, but it sounds really good. I love a good emotional book!!

  3. I hate to cry, but I tell you… you have me so curious about that ending! The romance sounds good. I like the sound of the twists. Hm… must add this one or at least the first book on my wishlist! 😀

  4. Kate @ Ex Libris
    Jul 8, 2013

    I looove bittersweet endings! Definitely need to heck this series out!