Review: Fallen

Monday 9 June 2014 No comments
Fallen Fallen by Callie Hart
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This series is getting better and better and I really don't want it to end, ever!

Zeth and Sloane have returned to collect Lacey from her parents after leaving Alexis, Sloane's sister, recovering from her gun shot wound under Rebel's watchful eye. Breaking the news to her parents was never going to be easy but little did Sloane expect to have Zeth at her side whilst she did it.

After leaving to return to Seattle and into unknown danger once again courtesy of Charlie, the threesome must decide where they go next. Can Sloane safely return from work? Will Charlie know where they have been and what they have been up to? And, can Zeth stop Charlie once and for all before anyone else is killed?

I love the balance of character personalities in this series. Where else can you idolise a serial killer and want him to succeed in stopping someone even more unscrupulous with equally measured violence.

Zeth continues to get closer to Sloane, in his own way, and Sloane starts to wonder if a normal relationship with this dark and mysteriously sexy man may be possible. Zeth knows losing Sloane isn't an option but can he allow her to become closer to him than she already is?
Zeth's authority of me doesn't feel like he's conquering me. He's not dominating me. It feels as though he's throwing down an ultimatum - this is who I am and what I need from you for this to work - that I can either accept or walk away from, and my decision is one hundred percent my choice.
A show down with Charlie is inevitable but who will survive the games that this ruthlessly evil man plays. Zeth for one is shocked by an unexpected turn of events which will play out in the fullness of time as the series continues.

This book has so many twists and turns and deliciously complicated facets to it that you can help but get gripped by the events which take place.

Another brilliantly written instalment from the very talented Callie Hart.

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