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Publisher Description

With just one night and one stupid party, the trajectory of my future altered forever…

Until my senior year, I had everything going for me: excellent grades, a supportive and loving family, not to mention the hottest boyfriend in school. Everything was perfect—until the arrival of Zach Anderson, a parkour loving, school skipping, bad boy delinquent that seemed to bring with him a lot of bad karma.

It can’t be a coincidence that his arrival marks a significant change in my life, can it?

Now, everything has changed. I no longer know who I can trust. And the threatening notes I’m receiving, well it appears those are just the start of my problems…

Note: Free Falling is book two in the Best Friend series; however, it is a standalone novel with different characters so there is no requirement to read Always You first.

May 15
Kirsty Moseley

Customer Reviews

LilleyLoohLah ,

4.5 Stars

Not your usual cut and dried happy ever after. The story follows Maisie (18 year old twin daughter of Riley and Clay in Always You). Maisie is in a committed relationship with the perfect boy Luke. She is happy and very much loved. Enter bad boy Zach, new to the school, and it would seem making waves in Riley's perfect life. So many twists and turns in this story. I thought it was cut and dried, I knew exactly how it was going to end. How wrong was I? Another winner from Kirsty Moseley.

Kitty kat 500 ,


so i’ve read other books by this author and absolutley loved them, however, this one is so bad. it is pretty predictable and the ending is awful. i feel like there was a lack of character development on all parts, providing the bare minimum of backstory on almost all characters. Main character, Maisie, is the worst of them all. i find it hard to believe that someone could be that weak, naive and selfish all at the same time. The epilogue was pretty pointless too. Just overall feel let down by this book

sarah3534 ,


I wasn’t expecting that to happen at the end!! Such a good book

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