KU Sunday Spotlight by KUBR + OCA

Welcome back to the KU Sunday Spotlight, brought to you by KU Book Reviews + the One-Click Addict Support Group. This week, prepare yourselves for fangirling, because one of my favorites is back with a slow burn that set my heart to racing. As always, enjoy!


When life throws you a wide receiver out of nowhere, what are you supposed to do with him?

If life throws you a new release from an author you love and admire, what are you supposed to do? ACTIVATE FANGIRL. At least, that’s what I did when I read {not for the first time, truth be told} Ella Maise’s The Hardest Fall.

Hardest FallI had the privilege of reading this one early, and I still couldn’t resist the chance to grab it and re-read it when it released earlier this week. Why? The slow burn—the scintillating tension, the heightened feeling, the aching sweetness of it all—which made my heart nearly beat right out of my chest.

Guys, Dylan + Zoe are addictive. From their delightfully awkward first encounter, to a friendship built on odd eating habits, early morning workouts and palpable chemistry, it’s damn near impossible not to fall head-over-heels for them. And when I say damn near, I actually mean completely and utterly. If I hadn’t fallen—and fallen hard—the first time I read this book, I definitely would have the second time.

In fact, I did. Which is probably why I’m already wondering if I can squeeze in a third read . . . and a little more fangirling.

“My heart beats differently for you. It feels different somehow. I know this probably doesn’t make sense, but… it beats louder, wilder when I see you.”

As of 04.22.2018, The Hardest Fall is available with Kindle Unlimited.

About Beth Cranford | KUBR

Book Reviewer. Wife. Mother. Crazy Person. Australian.

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