The Year of Falling in Love – Jessica Sorensen

 

Happy Release Day to Jessica Sorensen’s The Year of Falling in Love!!
I am so thrilled to be a part of this release, check out my review below and then go get your own copy! Seriously, you don’t want to miss this one! 
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Synopsis:

Isabella Anders just found out Lynn and her dad want to send her to a reform school. But with the help of Grandma Stephy, Isa’s dad agrees to let her move in with her grandma.

Isa is more than relieved to be moving out. And after going on an unofficial date with Kyler, she wonders if maybe her life is starting to turn around. But then she discovers the truth about what really happened to her mother.

Not ready to fully accept that her mother is a murderer, Isa turns to Kai for help. Kai is more than willing to help, but to protect Isa, he keeps some of the more brutal details about her mother’s case to himself until he can find out more.

But when a mysterious blue car starts showing up everywhere, and Isa receives a threatening text message from an unknown caller, Kai realizes someone is dead set on destroying Isa. And he might not be able to protect her.

Review:

There’s something about Jessica Sorensen that I simply cannot get enough of. The way she writes, the characters… it doesn’t matter if it’s dystopian freaky vampires, fallen stars, contemporary love stories about best friends… or a whole library shelf load of other things, I will fall irrevocably into whatever world she creates and stay there until the book is devoured. The Year of Falling In Love is no exception to this. I fell in love with Isa in the first novel of the series and continued to do so in this one. Sorensen is proving herself skilled at more than just love and fantasy, she does an amazing job of building suspense and mystery in this series, something you do not want to miss! The only complaint I have is that while the suspense and relationship/character building was on pointe, this installment seemed to focus more on furthering along the plot dealing with Isa’s mother and the mystery surrounding Kai’s life than falling in love. In short, I’d hoped for more kissing. Don’t get me wrong, what we get is perfect, it just made me want more. Tons more! And Ermagerhd! That drama. I have so many questions that I MUST have answered. I’ve just read this and I’m already dying for the next Sunnyvale Novel to release!

Seriously, if you haven’t already got the copy on your kindle, but it here and do it now!

 

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