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Fallen Crest University (Fallen Crest Series Book 5) Kindle Edition
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Graham Halstead is a Brooklyn-based actor and voice artist. His voice work includes animation, commercials, and Audie and AudioFile Earphones Award-winning audiobook narration. His work in the theater includes performances in New York, regionally in Washington DC, and internationally in Edinburgh and London.
Saskia Maarleveld is an experienced audiobook narrator and voice-over actress based in New York City. Raised in New Zealand and France, she is highly skilled with accents and dialects, and many of her books have been narrated entirely in accents other than her own. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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While Sam and Logan are attending Cain U with Maosn and Nate, Mason still has Park as an enemy and now he has Sam and Logan to back him up. Mason, Sam and Logan seem to be all lying to each other with the intention of protecting each other. I love the loyalty between Sam, Mason and Logan they all have each others back with Logan willing to do anything to make sure Mason doesn’t loose his future in the NFL even if it means getting expelled from Cain U.
There were quite a few twists and turns, and I really liked how the characters have grown; Mason has become more controlled and is more cautious with how he proceeds, Sam has gained more confidence and is not going to stand in the background while Mason and Logan do all the work and Logan is taking a step back and thinkng more rather than just fighting first then suffering the consequences.
I only recently came across this series, and devoured all five books in less than a week. Samantha is a strong female lead, but is willing to be vulnerable. Tijan captures first love in its purist form. It is all consuming and overwhelming. Tijan does not shy away from teenage hormones, which other writers of this genre do. I hope that this does not cause any backlash!
Park Sebastian, to me, is my favourite of all the ‘villains’ in all the books. So far, the younger antagonists have been driven by jealously. Their pettiness was juvenile and, at times, annoying. But Park Sebastian is dark at his core, and proves to be a real challenge for the Kades to handle. Their intimidation tactics no longer work. They have to fight smarter. This really drives the character growth in this instalment, and makes this book my favourite in the series to date.
I loved this book (and the whole series), and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys drama and romance! I am not sure how I will manage waiting for the next book.
Sam, Mason, Logan and Nate are all at Cain U and in a war with Park Sebastian, with Mason's football career on the line Sam and Logan try to protect him from losing everything, in a metaphorical game of chess.
This book has more side secrets going on then previous one. I would have preferred more of a cliff hanger ending
Can I just start by saying, I freaking LOVE Mason Kade!! Seriously, out of all the books, and all the book boyfriends, Mason is the best. I am so happy to have gotten so much of his POV in this book. We even got some Logan POV, and as much as I love Logan – and I do, I love Logan – my hearts with Mason. *Sigh*
This book – the angst had me actually physically restraining myself from skipping ahead to see what was happening, I was so impatient. I wanted to know if my suspicion’s were right – they were not – and I couldn’t get there fast enough. The ending was, I don’t even have words; shocking, but satisfying, maybe. I probably should have digested the book for a few more days before I wrote this. I just can’t get enough of these characters.
This is definitely a series I can read again and again, and I really can’t say that for many books. I have given it 4 stars because of some of the psychology. Some points I was scratching my head wondering what I had missed when Sam or one of the others picked up on body language that just didn’t make sense to me. I needed an explanation or a breakdown of what that body language meant. Also because of the lack of other characters in this book, virtually no one from the previous books showed face here. I was expecting more Heather, maybe some Mark, even just more Nate. But it was very focused on Mason, Logan, Sam, Park, and Sams roommate Summer.
Tijan, thank you for this book, and the next, I don’t know why I thought this was our final book, but I’m pretty happy that it’s not. I can appreciate how hard it must be to close off a series like this. And I’m super glad this one didn’t end in a cliffhanger like Fallen Fourth Down did. Honestly, I don’t think I’ll ever get enough of the Kade boys. They are well worth the wait.
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In general, character development was decent in this book, especially with Sam and Mason. I did hate how they were still keeping things from one another although I understood it was coming from a protective place. However, if it's not a thing of the past in the next book I can see myself getting very frustrated. In reality, no one would be happy with their other half lying so much to them, much less able to pass it off so flippantly like Mase did here. I would like to see them a totally united team in the next book, with no secrets or lies.
Certain parts of the plot were predictable (Summer? Hello?) and others less so (the revelations at the end were brilliant) and there were some holes in the plot that frustrated me a little. I'm not sure how well the scene in the house at the end would hold up to more detailed scrutiny but I just went with the flow. I also didn't like how Sam's running career (and the reason for her track scholarship) disappeared completely in this book - there was no mention of her coach or her training with the team, and while it isn't pivotal to the plot, it speaks to the core of her personality, so I was a little perplexed that it was completely glossed over. It's a minor point, and it didn't dent my enjoyment, but it wasn't consistent characterization.
I was wondering when the mom was going to make a reappearance and now I'm intrigued to see where this is going in the next book.
Sam and Mase are such a wonderful couple and I hope we get to see their wedding in one of the later books. They so deserve a happy ever after.
Onto Logan's book next...
The villain in the Cain University books has got to be biggest scumbag I've read in these types of books ever, I'm a non violent person but for him I could stabby, Urgh!!😡🙈 I thought the whole Network thing was kinda nuts to put in this type of book - I'm just being honest!😲😆
Overall, this was a gripping read. It was such a relief to read about some normalcy, light heartedness & happiness for Sam for once because it was getting really repetitive otherwise!!👍 Lots of deceit & lies from friends & family in this one!😱😢
Debbie, 1970, UK
Every damn time!
What I liked most was the fact that the tables had turned for a while anyway. As Mason needs protecting and Logan and Sam intend to do that.
But like every other time Mason is always a few steps ahead.
That's what I've always loved about him he is smart about the way he does things, always thinking,plotting making every situation work for him.
Logan as always cracks me up with his sarcastic remarks and I can't wait until he meets his match.
I've always loved Sam and her character has been one of my favourites for a long time and yet Tijan managed to make her more of her own in this book!
This series is one of my all time favourites - highly recommend