Falling For You
Publish date: January 1st 2013
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Pages no: 370
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Young Adult Contemporary
, New Adult
A good quick read. Recommended for teens who like angsty, realistic fiction. This is working its ways to being new adult without but not quite. Deals with rocky family issues, depression, breakups, romance, financial issues.
In this book, Rae is a girl who is just getting by every day. She has troubles at home and is only looking for someone to just want her. She finds a boy, Nathan, who is everything she could want at first. The longer they're together though, the more he starts to change. As Rae's feelings change for ...
Review also posted at Ja čitam, a ti?There is no need to mention that I failed big time here. I should as other people first do some reviews for her previous books but well this is something I guess. But firstly I guess that most of you know that other books by Lisa Schroeder are in verse. If...
This book was great! It is one of those books where you aren't sure if there is going to be happy ending or not. I almost always find myself reading books that only focus on the love story part of it because that is my favorite part. While this book did have a love element to it, it was not the main...
Falling For You was Lisa Schroeder's first full length book and I was so psyched because I've been a huge fan ever since [b:Chasing Brooklyn|6556855|Chasing Brooklyn|Lisa Schroeder|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1347599399s/6556855.jpg|6749483], that it was an instant favorite. Lisa Schroeder is best ...
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