Praise for BEFORE I FALL.
★★One of the most read books in Library Journal's Self-e program!★★
"Scott (HomeFront) starts off her Falling contemporary series with a story that focuses on the troubles of returning veterans and their families...The strength of the story is the attention it pays to returning veterans' need for physical and mental support, especially for their careers and families." ~ Publisher's Weekly
"A compelling story of love and life that will break your heart, then piece it back together."
~ New York Times Bestselling author Gina Maxwell
"A deeply moving story with characters who capture your heart."
~ Carly Phillips, New York Times Bestselling Author
"Romantic and real and sexy, Before I Fall is an emotional ride that grabs hold and doesn't let go." ~ Kristen Callihan, New York Times Bestselling author of The Hookup
"Sensual. Emotional. Engrossing. Jessica Scott has delivered a romance you cannot put down." ~ Robin Covington, Bestselling author of the Nashville Nights series
"Before I Fall gives readers a glimpse of what life after a war can be....I highly recommend not only for the love story, but for a story that will keep you thankful and grounded" ~ Under the Covers
Stay focused. Get a job. Save her father’s life.
Beth Lamont knows far too much about the harsh realities of life her gilded classmates have only read about in class. She’ll do whatever it takes to take care of her father, even if that means tutoring a guy like Noah - a guy who represents everything she hates about the war, soldiers and what the Army has done to her family.
Noah Warren doesn’t know how to be a student. All he knows is war. But he’s going to college now to fulfill a promise and he doesn’t break his promises. Except he doesn’t count on his tutor being drop dead gorgeous and distracting as hell. One look at Beth threatens to unravel the careful lies Noah has constructed around him.
A simple arrangement turns into something neither of them can deny. And a war that neither of them can forget could destroy them both.
★★★★Praise for AFTER I FALL.★★★★
"Jessica Scott weaves raw, real emotion into every scene and sentence. AFTER I FALL was irresistible and unforgettable!" ~ Roxanne St. Claire, New York Times Bestselling Author
"Another masterful romance I won't soon forget." - Claudia Connor, New York Times Bestselling Author
★★★★Praise for BREAK MY FALL. ★★★★
"Intense, emotional, and edgy--Break My Fall is Jessica Scott's best yet!" J Kenner, New York Times Bestselling author
"A dark, compelling story filled with hope" - Carly Phillips, New York Times Bestselling author
"Break My Fall is pure emotion wrapped in Jessica Scott's signature wit. Josh and Abby are the kind of characters who will stay with you long after you close the book." - Farrah Rochon, USA Today bestselling author
"Jessica Scott has a gift for writing characters that I feel in my heart. Break My Fall was no exception. I was all in from the first page to the last." Claudia Connor, New York Times bestselling author of Worth The Fall
"The writing was engaging, emotional, and honest. Jessica Scott has once again touched my heart." Smut Book Junkies
Each book in the Falling series can be read as a stand alone or as part of the series.
Book 1: Before I Fall
Book 2: Break My Fall
Book 3: After I Fall
Book 4: Catch My Fall
Scott (HomeFront) starts off her Falling contemporary series with a story that focuses on the troubles of returning veterans and their families. Beth Lamont is the daughter of a wounded veteran, using his GI Bill benefits to get her business degree while working two jobs to keep up with his medical bills. Noah Warren has just come back from Iraq; getting his degree will fulfill a promise to his best friend, but he struggles with PTSD. When Beth is assigned to tutor Noah, she's reluctant to work with him, but the two soon find ways past their first impressions to form a connection that neither expected. Beth and Noah's relationship is realistic in its ups and downs; secondary characters are less well developed and the setting is generic. The strength of the story is the attention it pays to returning veterans' need for physical and mental support, especially for their careers and families. (BookLife)