Thursday, October 05, 2017


She's the woman he doesn't remember. He's the man she can't forget.

Bad boy Hank “Hazardous” Lazarus used to have everything: a gorgeous girlfriend, a career as a freestyle snowboarder and a spot on the US Olympic team. Nine months ago, after a bad crash in the half pipe, he woke up in the hospital, unable to move his legs. Now he’s landed there again, but gravity is not the culprit. With his family pressuring him to try a groundbreaking treatment, Hank self-medicates with too much tequila instead.

Doctor Callie Anders has the courage to restart a patient’s heart with a thousand volts of electricity, yet she’s afraid to risk her own. So she doesn’t confess to her newest patient they met just before the accident, an encounter that he doesn’t remember. Even as their friendship develops, she won’t admit that she regrets turning down his dinner invitation, or that her heart stutters every time those inked shoulders roll through the door of the therapy department.

With another Vermont winter coming again, Hank needs a hand out from under the avalanche of his disappointments. If only Callie were brave enough to take the job.

This book is a standalone novel, no cliffhangers, no prior experience necessary.

Audiobook Release date: August 23, 2017
Contemporary Romance
Gravity Series #2
Blunder Woman Productions
Narrated by: Tanya Eby & Aiden Snow

Liza's Review:

Falling From the Sky is the second book in the Gravity series, yet can totally be read as a stand-alone story if you missed reading the first book. You do meet Callie in the first book in the series, but as a secondary character.

I adored Callie in this book. She is at a crossroads in her life and isn't afraid to take chances with her career. She is a bit more hesitant with her personal life, but after being burned by her ex, I totally understood her needing to move at a slower pace. I have to admit she is one of my favorite characters in the series to date.

I openly admit I pretty much loved Hank from the first moment he appeared on the page. He was so cocky about his talent, with good reason, and I honestly thought he took his accident way better than most would have in the same situation. Yes he had a pity party for way longer than he should have, but he also seemed to realize when it was the right time to try something new. I loved that he a Callie had such a fast connection in the hospital, even if he didn't remember meeting her right before his accident. They totally clicked for me from the beginning. 

I even liked how they worked together to face the challenges of their relationship. I think Callie being a doctor did help Hank feel more open to talking to her about stuff he was uncomfortable with, but he also listened to others to head in the right direction as well. I adored them as a couple and found them to have super strong chemistry. 

I listened to the audiobook version of Falling From the Sky thanks to receiving a review copy from Blunder Woman Productions. I absolutely loved both Tanya Eby and Aiden Snow. If felt like their voices flowed seamlessly between change of character point of view. I thought both did an amazing job with the character of the opposite sex and would love to listen to more books from this pair in the future.

Rating: 4.5 Stars (A)

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