Fall into Me - K.M. Scott

Fall into Me

By K.M. Scott

  • Release Date: 2013-11-25
  • Genre: Suspense
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 77 Ratings)

Description

Wealthier and more powerful than most men his age, Tristan Stone merely has to give voice to his desires and whatever he wants is his. Money has given him the ability to say nothing and no one is beyond his reach.

Except for Nina. Stripped of her memory after an accident, she doesn't remember the man who loves her. Now he must find a way to show her why she fell in love with him, but the past is always just a step behind, threatening to take her away forever.

Unsure of everything about the past four years, Nina believes that Tristan loves her. But will the secrets he holds tear them apart just when she needs him most?

Look for all the Heart of Stone series books!
Crash Into Me (Heart of Stone #1)
Fall Into Me (Heart of Stone #2)
Give In To Me (Heart of Stone #3)
Ever After (Heart of Stone #4)
A Heart of Stone Christmas (Heart of Stone #5)
Return To Me (Heart of Stone #6)
Forever With Me (Heart of Stone #7)

And look for the Corrupted Love Trilogy, the Club X series, and the Addicted To You series, along with K.M.'s paranormal and historical books under her Gabrielle Bisset name, the Sons of Navarus series, the Destined Ones Duology, and the Victorian Erotic Romance series! Check them out and find your next great read today!

Reviews

  • Almost the same...

    5
    By Chargers_Dama
    As the first book. Even though it's a little too close for comfort, having to re-read and being told everything again. It reveals a lot of information!
  • Same mistakes made by Tristan as in the first book. Took too long to reveal secret.

    2
    By Annmric8
    This story is told in both Tristan and Nina's POV. Tristan has been given a second chance to correct the mistake he made the first time by withholding the truth from Nina. This story is about Tristan deciding if he will tell the truth instead of hiding it from Nina in hopes to change the outcome of the way their relationship ended the first time. It seemed promising that given an opportunity to correct a wrong Tristan would worry about fixing that instead of trying to rekindle the romance. Nina's memory may be lost, but her focus on having intercourse is driving me crazy.Nina is still judging Tristan and she is obsessed with his image. She has the same insecurities as before. She still doubts her worthiness. She still is consumed by his body and desire instead of the man who had secrets. Nina has not changed at all. Nina may be creating new memories, but she has not changed her foolish ways of thinking. Nina still doubt Tristan's love for her. Nina places so much importance on his money, image, and appearance. Nothing has been accomplished. Apparently the author is only interested in writing about the physical chemistry between them. There is no denying the chemistry, but what about telling the truth? I wanted to like this story and thought it had the potential to be better than the first, but it's exactly the same as the first. Creating new memories and having sex does not accomplish anything. It took a lot of skimming through the story but I finally made it to the end. Once Tristan finally revealed the truth I did not get the closure I was hoping for. Instead what we got was another obstacle and more drama. At this point I do not care if they are ever together. All this drama has taken away from the connection that Tristan was trying to establish.

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