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Publisher Description

My rules: No players. No flirts. No cocky jerks. 

My exception: Dawson Marsh. 

Dawson might be every girl’s crush in this small town, but not mine. I can appreciate him from a distance, and that suits me fine. 

Except that one time he kissed me. Up close and personal. 

Once is a mistake. But the second time? Sublime.

The man should come with some kind of a warning sign: Not safe for work! Hot to the touch! But what kind of girl can’t handle a little friends with benefits action, right? 

The one who missed the most important warning: Danger, risk of falling.

*This is a full-length, standalone romance with a guaranteed HEA.

October 8
J.H. Croix
Frisky Fox Publishing Inc.

Customer Reviews

campme84 ,

A Beautiful Swoon Worthy Story

This was my first with J.H. Croix and I can definitely say that it won't be my last! Break My Fall was full of swoon, chemistry, and personal growth. We are able to see how just because the baggage of our past tries to take us over and bring us down, if we just embrace that it is that baggage which makes us us we can truly find the peace and the love that we desire.
This was a beautiful book and I cannot wait to start back at the beginning on the Swoon Series and see what other beautiful stories J.H. Croix has shared.

kandksmom5912 ,

Great read

This is book 3 of the Swoon series and the first on that I have read and I really enjoyed this book. Dawson and Evie were such a great couple. The chemistry between them was off the charts. You could feel it radiating off the pages. I am surprised that my Kindle didn’t melt. They both had some issues in their past and they were able to overcome those because they had each other. I loved watching how their friendship developed into something much more. Great book.

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ThunderCowgirl ,

Ever and Dawson will definitely make you swoon!

Once I dove into this book, I couldn't put it down. Evie and Dawson have a short history, but it's an intense history - and that intensity spills into their eventual relationship. While that relationship has its incredibly rocky moments, the both of them grow and mature in ways that make them one of my favorite book couples I've read this year. Add into it the backdrop of the breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountains, and this story is beautiful in so many ways. It's also a little dark at times, and incredibly realistic, which I very much appreciated; Evie and Dawson aren't all cupcakes and unicorns and all-the-way-in-love-from-the-first-second-they-see-each-other, which made this story a little unpredictable (in a good way) and a great read.

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