Falling PDF/EPUB ↠ Kindle Edition


  • Kindle Edition
  • 63 pages
  • Falling (Letting Go, #2)
  • S.T. Prussing
  • English
  • 01 October 2015

2 thoughts on “Falling (Letting Go, #2)

  1. Epicbookaddict Epicbookaddict says:

    I enjoyed this book The character development of Jennifer and her relationship with Sir Derek is very well written without a lot of repetitious twaddle; however I must agree with another reviewer in that I think this could have been one 'novel' The short books end usually at a pivotal moment or a big 'cliffy' Now that I've read 2 I get what the previous reviewers were talking about I understand the concept of offering a 1st book free to get the reader interested but seriously after that combine them into the 1 book they should've been and let us pay a higher fee Frankly the 299 or 399 feels a tad bit like a money grab In no way am I suggesting that an author should not be paid for their work but as the reader I feel used The characters are engaging The exploration Jennifer is going through is fascinating as Prussing has written her to be the 'every girl' A lot of this genre post FOG write the sub gorgeous totally innocent virginalblah blah Jennifer feels real insecure conflicted about being a strong woman but realizing and fostering her inner sub Sir is beautifully described experienced yummy hotness but so far doesn't seem to be the 'billionaire multi language helicopter piloting' dom that I've grown tired of This is one of many comments from review that has now completed the 3rd book supposedly the last??I was disappointed that it just ended wanted some exploration into Derek and Jennifer's relationshipdid it just end did she find out anything about him and vice versabut no one the story just kind of ended what a let downNormally I would discount these types of reviewers but there are many and I've been through 2 books now that just end So sad because I truly enjoy these characters and the authors writing style Having said all that I'm trying to decide if I want to continue to purchase tid bits of a story or make a clean break from Jennifer Derek


  2. Sheila Lord Sheila Lord says:

    OMG Am hooked to this series on to the next book


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Falling (Letting Go, #2)[Reading] ➿ Falling (Letting Go, #2) Author S.T. Prussing – Thomashillier.co.uk Feeling bored and unfulfilled Jennifer seeks excitement exploring the online personals Driven by a need she does not fully understand she responds to an ad that is definitely on the kinky side never d Feeling bored and unfulfilled Jennifer seeks excitement exploring the online personals Driven by a need she does not fully understand she responds to an ad that is definitely on the kinky side never dreaming that she will actually follow through with a meeting But on the other side of the ad is a man who seems able to peer inside her head and heart at will When Jennifer knocks on his door she is drawn into a sensual and sexual world she never knew existed This book is rated XXX and is intended for MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY.


About the Author: S.T. Prussing

Scott Prussing is the author of the popular five book so far paranormal romance series The Blue Fire Saga Breathless Deathless Helpless Fearless and Heartless as well as Blue Fire Heat an erotic companion piece to the Blue Fire Saga and Blue Fire Beginnings a collection of short stories revealing the origins of popular Blue Fire characters He has also written two mysterysuspense novels Unturned Stones and Tangled Webs a fantasyadventure novel Dreams of the Last Born and the teen romance Mine A Love Story whose plot is based on the hit songs of Taylor Swift Scott recently completed Letting Go an XXX rated novellaScott has degrees in psychology from the University of Connecticut and Yale University After graduate school Scott was smart enough to move to beautiful San Diego California where he lives just four blocks from the ocean In addition to writing Scott enjoys going to the movies not renting hiking riding his bike along the coast and golf He remains one of the few people in the United States without a cell phone.