It’s been a while since I’ve read a book. Now don’t get me wrong, I still read a lot but it’s mostly beta reads, and for editing. As much as I enjoy helping out my friends by beta reading, it also takes a lot to do it. You read it in a different way. So sitting down to read If Ever I Fall was a wonderful experience, I could read it from A to Z and remembered how fun it was to get lost in a book again.
There's a giveaway aaaaallll the way down, one copy of If I Ever Fall is up for grabs :-)
I’ll try and leave out spoilers from previous books as well.
If Ever I Fall is Aiden’s story. After everything that happened, Robert de Fleur is on Cole Enterprises' shit list.
Aiden, Greg and Nadia have set up an undercover office under a church in Scotland. Why? Well, de Fleur’s only family lives there.
Aiden’s mission is to get closer to the family without giving himself away. The best solution? Get a job in the Grounded Bean, Brenda’s (De Fleur’s sister) coffee shop.
Everything is going quietly right until Aiden, Maggie’s niece shows up. She’s home after been traveling for a while and with her all kinds of trouble follows.
Aiden now have to fight against the emotions Airen is awakening inside of him and his will to finish the mission he’s on.
In this book we also meet our old friends; Ace, Oliver, Eli, Josh, Grant and Nadia. Seeing some of the Six again is always wonderful, even though their comeback in this one is brief compared to The End Note.
What hit me the most with If Ever I Fall are the new characters we met; Airen and her family, her aunt Brenda and her mother. I love how Sonya have incorporated the Scottish dialect into her story.
I loved reading this book. I fell in love with Aiden and Airen and their struggle. Aiden not wanting to drag Airen into his life because he want her safe, Airen keeping her family’s secret close to her heart and afraid of pulling Aiden into her life, afraid of being hurt again.
As always Sonya manages to drag you into the story without you realizing it, and this one beat my record for when I got hooked on a book.
That’s all it took before I was so deep into the story that I forgot everything around me. I do mean everything.
If Ever I Fall have it all; action, romance, secrets, Scottish brogue, suspense and twists. Every page made me want to read more, to learn more and some of the pieces of the puzzle didn’t fall into place until the end. Which is just awesome, I might add. Some of the stuff we’re told about in the beginning, we get the answers at the very end indirectly.
It was amazing. My heart was in my throat, I laughed and I cried.
Sonya has this special gift when she writes books. First of all, she’s amazing at making everyone feel real to you, like you could bump into them down the road, but she has something else. Something unique. Every time I’m done reading one of her books, I want to hug her and I want to wring her neck. She puts my heart through a shredder and when she’s done, she’s there with the glue to help you put it all together.
Each book has touched me in a different way, have fitted into my life in different ways and each time she has made me cry only to come out stronger on the other side. Sonya writes amazing stories, but more than that, she brings them to life. She tosses you into an emotional rollercoaster and you will be asking for more once you get off the ride.
Sonya Loveday, first and foremost is a reader, an avid one. It is of that love that brought her to purchasing her first laptop in 2009, and publishing her first novel, Casted, in 2013.
In early 2014, Sonya expanded Casted and then went on to publish Spelled, the sequel to Casted in March, wrapping up the series, and her stint with Paranormal Romance. For now.
Not long after the completion to the Casted Series, Sonya tried her hand at New Adult/Coming of Age, a sub-genre of Contemporary Romance. Thusly, the Six were born with The Summer I Fell, which released at the end of July 2014. The demand from readers was instantaneously, which brought about End Note, the second book of the series in December 2014.
To date, Sonya lives in Central Florida with her husband, and two kids, and is currently working on the fourth book of the Six Series and a super secret project with fellow author Candace Knoebel. Be sure to keep an eye out for upcoming news on Sonya's website!
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