One week of adventure might just lead to love…
Julia Evans has always put others ahead of herself--her high school math students, her troubled best friend, and her ex. But with New Year's approaching, she buys a round trip ticket to Brazil. For one week, she can put her needs first. She can meet a stranger in the hotel pool at midnight and dance all night on the beach.
Screenwriter Blake Williams has to keep moving before Oz's latest scandal catches up to him. But the dark-haired beauty with a backpack and an adventurous streak is messing with his plans. He can't seem to walk away from her. But secrets have a way of coming out, and when the week is up, Julia and Blake will have to decide if they're jumping into the biggest adventure of all or playing it safe.
I received a copy of How to fall by Rebecca Brooks in exchange for an honest review.
This is a beautiful romance. There is an excellent spark between Blake and Julia that kept the book moving at a believable rate and had me wishing for their HEA right from the start. What I really adored though was Blake's character development and how much you can grow to love a person and learn to admit you were wrong. It's a fantastic message to have in a book and it's mixed in with this sizzling chemistry.
Rebecca Brooks had me actually on the edge of my seat wondering if Blake and Julia would have an ending together or whether their relationship was a way of letting them grow as people. I do really wish that there was an epilogue but that is only because i didn't want the story to end. A really lovely read and i can't wait to see what Rebecca brings out next.