- Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: Piatkus (3 Jun. 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0349403945
- ISBN-13: 978-0349403946
- Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 2.5 x 19.9 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 315,086 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Fall From India Place (On Dublin Street) Paperback – 3 Jun 2014
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A reader favourite . . . this fourth instalment will knock your socks off. Fans of romance and bad boys will dump their book boyfriends for Marco, who steals the show in this unforgettable love story. The author's voice can be heard loud and clear through the characters' personalities and true-to-life emotions . . . moves fast without missing a beat (RT Book Reviews)
Young and her publishers are really missing a potential sponsorship deal, with her On Dublin Street Series. They should do some sort of tie in with Red Bull and Kleenex, because once you start the latest instalment in the series you will not be able to put Fall From India Place down till you have finished it . . . [Young] crafts a tale that has both heart and enough steam and sexy "bedroom" scenes that the pages sizzle . . . To me, she is one author who I compare all others too (Book Mood Reviews)
A heart-stopping, gripping story that you won't be able to put down! (Into the Bookcase)
The bestselling author of On Dublin Street returns with a story of heartbreak, temptation and the powerful secrets of the past . . .See all Product Description
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The last time Hannah Nichols last saw Marco D’Alessandro five years ago – he left her heartbroken. Marco is the only man that Hannah has ever truly loved and ever been with, and Hannah has never been able to move on. Leaving Hannah was the biggest mistake of Marco’s life, and when fate reunites the, he refuses to let her go without a fight…
I really enjoyed Fall From India Place! I was drawn in straight away!I really liked Hannah as a person, her personality was wonderful, and she came across as such a genuine and lovely person. I really felt for Hannah after all she had been through, and I spent the book rooting for her and hoping that she was going to get everything she wanted. I went on a real emotional rollercoaster with Hannah, I felt her emotions as if they were my own and I felt like I understood her. I also very much liked Marco, I liked the romantic tension between him and Hannah and I was constantly on the edge of my seat wanting to know how things would progress.
I thoroughly enjoyed the storyline, it captured my attention all the way through and I liked that I didn’t know what way the story would go, so I was excited to find out what would happen. Fall From India Place is a compelling book that both surprised me and had me gripped.
Ok, with that out of the way let’s talk about Hannah, shall we? Hannah is the baby of the bunch and one of the less talked about characters. Her storyline began in the other books as she was in her early teenage years. We knew she loved her friend Marco and we knew he had disappeared, what we didn’t know was the specifics of their relationship and the traumatic experience Hannah was harbouring.
Hannah is all grown up and making a career for herself as an English teacher. Hannah also has a big heart and volunteers at an adult literacy class. It comes a great surprise to Hannah when she discovers Marco is back in Scotland and he has been for a while, although, that is only the tip of the secrets and many more follow.
It took me a while to warm towards Hannah and Marco, I’m not sure if I was adjusting to Hannah being a young woman now, rather than the little girl or perhaps because I knew these characters the least. With that being said, I can’t fault Samantha’s writing style. I loved the flashbacks from Hannah to enable us to gain her full history with Marco and I also loved the inclusion of all the other characters, it’s what I look for in companion novels of the same series.
Hannah and Marco didn’t have a conventional relationship during their first time round or during their second chance. I liked that though. Marco was determined to prove to Hannah that he was here to stay.Read more ›
This was one of my most anticipated reads of the year because of Samantha Young’s ability to write damn good romance stories that are full of angst and drama and, Fall from India Place didn’t disappoint me at all!
In order for the series to progress to where we are now, several years have passed and now it’s time for Hannah and Marco’s story. Hannah who is now 22 years old has been deeply affected by the lost relationship she had with Marco. Unwilling to love again and now finding it hard to connect to any other man, Hannah’s completely focused on her work, being a teacher. It’s not until Hannah and Marco bump into each other at a wedding that Hannah suddenly finds herself terrified of the feelings she has for Marco. He’s hurt her once, he could do it again but will Hannah give herself chance to find out what happened years ago but more importantly, will she give Marco a second chance?
Fall from India Place is a welcomed addition to the On Dublin Street series! Fantastic characters, an intense and lovable romance and a gripping plot, what’s not to love?
Since we were first introduced to Hannah and Marco’s relationship, I think it may have been book two or three in the series, I was always curious to see if we would get their story but mostly, how Samantha Young would write it mainly because of the ages of the characters when we first introduced them. The way the author has done the story is great. Skipping several years ahead was a great idea, it works well within the series and you don’t miss out on a thing.
Hannah and Marco’s story was just as intense as ever, and it was one that as the story progresses you can’t help but fall in love with the characters.Read more ›
I love that the whole series is in Scotland, I love that I feel like I understand the depth of emotion the lead characters always carry. When I sat down to read Fall from India Place I was so excited, this was a book I one clicked as soon as it was released, I just didn't have the opportunity to read it straight away.
Let me start by saying, this book did not disappoint me in the slightest. I enjoyed it just as much as the others. Having heard part of the story of Hannah and Marco in the previous books I was always curious as to what had happened between them.
We pick up with Hannah being 22 and a school teacher and having not seen Marco for years. She starts to sort out some of her old items which were packed away at her parents house and within these items is a photo of Marco, she then has memories flood her so we slowly get to find out what happened. As if the memories somehow conjure him up, she bumps into him at a mutual friends wedding, their situation continues from that point.
I'm not going to tell you what happens, I don't want to ruin the plot, I want you to bathe in the story like I did.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Started out really good, but to much of the heartache and over thinking of the past in the end....Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love this writer, she can't do it wrong. On Dublin Street series is on of my favourite romantic/erotic/heartfelt/overwhelming novels I've read. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Marlie R.
The story of second chance love. Following Hannah and Marco five years after Marco broke her heart. Not my favourite story in the series, but nevertheless beautifully written with... Read morePublished 12 months ago by LilleyLoohLah
Excellent writing and very entertaining. I couldn't put this downPublished 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
The problem with a book series like this is that if the first one is as fabulous as Dublin Street was the everything else seems slightly second best. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Rainedon
I have enjoyed all the 'On Dublin Street books and have pre ordered the new one out later this yearPublished 20 months ago by A G BUTCHER