Thank you to Fiona Cole and her team for the advance reader copy of Falter, the next book in the Voyeur world and the continuation of Olivia and Kent’s story.
I cannot even explain how excited I get whenever Fiona announces we are returning to the Voyeur world. It means so much to me and is one of my favourite contemporary romance worlds to inhabit.
When he said his vows, he told me how much he loved my determination and strength.
If I wanted it, I got it.
Except now all I want is to have his baby. And for the first time ever, no matter how much I want it, no amount of strength and determination can make it happen.
With each negative test, my confidence wavers and I start to lose sight of who I am.
Each month, my doubt swells, creating a space between us.
Through it all, I know I’m his.
But will he still be mine when we falter?
Check out my more detailed thoughts below…
- Characters: I love Olivia so much and was so happy to be back in her head, bratty as it is. She is the most endearing brat ever. My heart ached for her while reading this. Fiona did such a good job describing the totality of Olivia’s pain. Kent, is just always such a charmer. I really like how he had to go on his own journey of figuring out how to support his wife. Every time he doubted that he was enough for her at his age broke my heart a little.
- Setting: The story is set in Cincinnati. We only got a bit of club Voyeur but I loved every bit of it. Plus in this story, we almost take Voyeur on the road for a little bit. That was a lot of fun. Plus because this is set in the larger Voyeur world and all our characters overlap, don’t worry long-time readers will love all the cameos. I adore all these characters so much.
- Pacing: The book flew by and I read it at breakneck speed. I stayed up late reading because I loved it too much to put it down before it was done.
- Romance: I love Olivia and Kent’s romance and it is very special. Fiona writes age-gap romance so incredibly well. This story is such a testament that authors can write dynamic stories about after the happily ever after. Without having to do a huge delete on all the character development of the previous instalment. Fiona really depicted well how a relationship requires time, effort, work, communication and vulnerability.
Falter receives five out of five stars.
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