REVIEW: Falling For Autumn by Sherelle Green

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She may be the co-owner of an elite lingerie boutique that caters to women’s intimate fantasies, but Autumn Dupree doesn’t believe in happy endings. Although determined to keep her own romantic yearnings under wraps, she reluctantly agrees to be her sister’s maid of honor. Worse, she has to share the nuptial festivities with Chicago’s most irresistible bachelor…

Best man Ajay Reed arouses a passion Autumn longs to fulfill. The entrepreneurial nightclub owner has his own reasons for guarding his heart. But the alluring temptress is awakening new feelings he cannot deny. Can Ajay convince Autumn that they both need to take a leap of faith? As well as trust in the promise of a love that could give them everything they ever dreamed of?

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It has been quite awhile since I’ve felt so connected to a character as I did with Autumn from this book. She’s an introvert, a self-proclaimed nerd, and not really a big fan of love because of her past experience and that pretty much sums me up. But, then the unexpected happens and he goes by the name of Ajay. Ajay also doesn’t believe in love and basically doesn’t think there is one woman that could tame him for an extended period of time.

“Everyone had his or her own definition of what it meant to fall in love, but for Autumn, falling in love meant entrusting that person with every single part of you. Knowing that once someone learned details about your past that impacted the person you are, the individual would stay with you and love you that much harder.”


Falling For Autumn isn’t your typical romance. The main characters have flaws, baggage from their childhoods and past relationships, and vulnerabilities which made them seem realistic and relatable. Green does an excellent job in setting up the storyline, in using the secondary characters, and there’s just enough sensuality and heat (wait until the alley scene) which balances out the love and romance. Fighting For Autumn has set the bar high for the rest of the books in the romance genre that I will read this year!

DISCLAIMER: I received a complimentary copy of Fighting For Autumn for review purposes.

 

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  1. […] Falling For Autumn isn’t your typical romance. The main characters have flaws, baggage from their childhoods and past relationships, and vulnerabilities which made them seem realistic and relatable. Green does an excellent job in setting up the storyline, in using the secondary characters, and there’s just enough sensuality and heat (wait until the alley scene) which balances out the love and romance. Fighting For Autumn has set the bar high for the rest of the books in the romance genre that I will read this year!” ~ Reading in Black and White […]

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