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Fallen Crest High (Fallen Crest Series, Book 1) Kindle Edition
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"Bad boys, tough girls, and a lot of misbehaving…Fallen Crest High is everything I love in a book!" ―Penelope Douglas, New York Times Bestselling Author
"I am completely, utterly, and happily addicted to the Fallen Crest series." ―Kylie Scott, New York Times Bestselling Author
"I cannot think of another series that's as addictive or as delicious as the Fallen Crest series. The family saga is engrossing. The chemistry is palpable. The romance is heartbreaking. And the Kade brothers are HOT!" ―Jay Crownover, New York Times Bestselling Author
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About the Author
Tijan is the author of several romance novels, including Carter Reed, the Fallen Crest series, the BS series, and the Jaded series. Among her other titles are Brady Remington Landed Me in Jail, Davy Harwood in Transition, and A Whole New Crowd.--This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- ASIN : B009ZOZP0W
- Language : English
- File size : 1606 KB
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- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 375 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #888 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The plot twists involving the different relationships with the parents was pretty far fetched (SPOILER) and one of the things that grated the most was the way Sam turned on the man who raised and loved her for 17 years, who continually fought to show her how much he cared and yet was relegated to his given name instead of Dad while she kept calling a stranger she hadnt even met yet her "real dad".
Still a good book but unlike my favourites from Tijan i wouldnt read this again.
This author has created a world you just fall into and get lost and addicted !!
Logan mason and Sam’s loves come crashing together when their parents (the boys dad and Sam’s mum ) decide to move in together at first they aren’t kean on the idea but things change quite quickly ...
mason and Logan are the hottest guys in school , every guy wants to be them and every girl wants to be with them - but they are jerks to everyone because they know everyone wants something ... Sam is the biggest exception - she doesn’t want to be known and doesn’t want any part of the kades world but like I said their world collide !!!
I won’t say much else except if you haven’t read this series yet get onto it !!! Yes this one is a high school romance but as you read the series we see them all the way through college and it’s a wild ride !! Jump on you won’t regret it !
Samantha is stronger than anyone gives her credit for. In this story, while her life may be chaotic with constant drama, she is able to over come it all and come out on top for the better. Yes, Mason Kade may well be about to become her step brother, but after seeing her loyalty, he fights his attraction towards her and these two embark on a somewhat taboo romance.
As I said, I loved this story and I'm sure if you read it, you'll too be a Fallen Crest and Tijan fan.
So many people loved this series, but I just couldn't. The heroine rolled from one nasty situation to the next, was treated terribly and falls for the H? I thought she needed a good shrink not a boyfriend. As for the Hero, he goes from being basically abusive and hazing her to in love and over protective boyfriend in a jarring switch.
This was a "yeah, nah" for me. Yeah, I really wanted to like it, but nah, I couldn't
Sam has had her life turned upside down and it has left her feeling alone, so she runs to numb her emotions so she doesn’t have to feel anything going on around her. Sam is such a strong and fierce character, and loyal to those she cares about which is no one until she gets close with Mason and Logan and she becomes Family.
Mason and Logan Kade are Sam’s new stepbrothers and at first they couldn’t care less about her, but all that change when they realise she is nothing like her Mother. Mason and Logan bring Sam into the fold and begin to protect her from her mum, her dad, her friends but still let her fight her own battles and defend herself.
Sam and Mason are looking to be a strong couple and I am looking forward to book 2 Fallen Crest Family to see how it develops.
This book was such a emotional read full of angst, drama, action and passion.
I fell in love with the characters,swooned over mason and Logan the story is gripping once i started i couldn't stop Tijan is the queen of teenage angst and a story that will suck you spit you out but keep you coming back for more...
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In this book Sam is pretty awful. Shes pretty cold with Jeff even before she finds out all hes been upto.. Shes mean to Adam for absolutley no reason that the fact he likes her not Becky. She bails in the middle of a date with him without a care of his feelings..
Shes cruel to the man who raised her all because he kept a secret her mother forced him to keep. Even so much as to stop calling him Dad. Doesnt she realise family doesn't have to be connected by blood?
Logan and Mason are irresponsible and love to play pranks.. Pranks are cool i guess but they go a step or stride too far in my opinion. They tend to sleep around with the women across two schools and Logan especially seems to enjoy splitting up couples just because he can and the women themselves seem to not care that they are being used.
I'm not impressed by Mason manipulating Logan no matter how good his intentions were. They are supposed to trust each other.
However, i do like the relationship between Logan, Mason and Nate.. I like the sibling relationship.. apart from the manipulating i mentioned above.
I like how protective all the boys are of Sam especially once she earns their trust.
Sam's mum is awful and Masons Dad lacks reality..I mean who asks someone to move in with them without meeting their child?
I know the books get better as i've read the series however i think this book was a pretty crummy start.
My only struggle with this was the female character's. They felt a little American teen romcom stereotype.
Also Sam was a little cold I'd have liked to see more character development for her. But it's the first in a extensive series. So there's plenty of time for that. And experience with long series is that it takes a while. More of a slow burn.
Overall I really enjoyed it. I tend to rate a book on how long it takes me to read it.
The more into a book I am the faster I read it. I started this a little over 24 hours ago. So yeah I guess I couldn't put this one down
I was not sure if I was too old for it or just not on the right wavelength.
I remember going to watch The Matrix when it first came out at the cinema, and the audience were coo-ing and laughing and I was sat there - dumbstruck - thinking "what is this all about" because I never understood why the audience were loving it so much.
That's how I felt reading this book.
It was like the words were all jumbled up!
It's a teen book, right? Well actually I still don't know.
I have read a lot of young adult books but I have read nothing like this.
I can't say that I really liked Sam - the main female lead. Actually, yeah, I totally got the way that she runs for her release, to feel numb, because I do the same (but not for 3 hours at a time and until 1am in the morning), but I know how she felt when the anxiety builds and only the running releases it. So for that, I get it.
I actually liked very much the camaraderie between Mason and Logan. They are truly soul brothers. I actually liked the way that they were so aloof and up their own a*&es, that really came through and I kinda admired them for being that way.
But the rest of the characters - a bunch of spoilt, rich kids - which was something I did not really get. And they are all getting it on with each other - and the adults too - not positive role models, eh?
I understand why readers would love these books. The writing is detailed, a lot is put into it but I am really sorry that I just did not connect with the characters or the development of the story.