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Review by Boy Meets Boy Reviews
The writing is quite engaging and easy to get involved in...Overall, the story is a nice easy read and has enough open ended aspects to lure me into any books that follow on. I for one would love the story on the rest of Hunter’s bandmates!
Review by Top 2 Bottom Reviews
I liked the way the author brought these two together. The attraction between them is apparent from the beginning and I liked that the author did not have them fall into bed the day they met; rather she has the attraction build and the relationship moved in a way that is believable. I really loved the way Edward tells Hunter he loves him, and Hunters reaction made me smile.
Fall into My Kiss is a fast paced, easy read that fans of this author are sure to love.
Review by Inked Rainbow Reads
Another great book from T.A. Chase. I really enjoyed this book. There was no misunderstandings, or cheating, or unrequited love. This is what I would describe as a sweet love story.
Review by MM Good Book Reviews
This is one of those sweet love stories of two men from different worlds falling in love. The characters were fully developed and there was a lot of depth to this story that intrigued me quite a bit. The words just seemed to flow off the pages and right into your heart.
I had a lot of fun reading this and would definitely recommend it.
Review by Rainbow Book Reviews
If you like horses, farms, cowboys, men dedicated to what they do, rock bands, and “happy for now endings”, you may enjoy this story. Thanks, T.A., for the entertainment and education.
Review by Prism Book Alliance
This is an angst free and feel good love story and I am looking forward to finding out more about the remaining band members in future books in particular Boris who seems to have some dark secrets to uncover.
Review by Diverse Reader
This was a sweet and heartwarming romance between two men that are in two different place in their lives trying to make it work with lots of obstacles in the way. The narration of the story flowed so easily and the author was able to move from Edward to Hunter and back without any confusion of who was speaking.