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Falling (The Fading Series #3) by [Blair, E.K.]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews
Book 3 of 3 in Fading Series (3 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2170 KB
  • Print Length: 541 pages
  • Publisher: E.K. Blair LLC (14 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00H6TAMF6
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #59,946 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I think I enjoyed Ryan's poverty more. I enjoyed Candaces' story but I loved how sweet and patient and loving Ryan was.
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Falling (Fading #2) by EK Blair
5 stars!!!

"cause that's what `s happening here - I'm falling,. I never wanted to before, but with her, all I want to do is fall. Fall into her. Fall so deep inside of her heart so that I never have to be without her."

This journey was an unexpected one, it started with the cover of Fading, a cover so dark that it drew me in...I was captivated by the simple lone figure and immediately bought the book, this was a cover that held an even greater meaning once the book had been read. Now I have just read the third book in this series and once again the COVER...EK Blair knows how to pick them, knowing the premise behind them I knew I was in for one emotional ride.

Once again this ride was emotional, powerful, poignant, insightful, passionate, sensitive and thought provoking. This whole series has been one emotional roller coaster. I can't even say one particular instalment is a favourite as they have all been amazing pieces of work, each one bringing us a different perspective on one young girls life. EK Blair has a knack of drawing you in and once she has those claws in she never lets you go until the very end and Ryan's story was no different.

I have said before that EK Blair's writing style is addictive, once you start reading you cannot stop, your emotions are raw, they are toyed with, your heart aches and breaks and then slowly you are pieced back together again. I loved Ryan in Fading, but one thing you never really truly understood or got to know was just how broken Ryan was too. It seems fitting that these two broken souls found each other and ended up healing together. It was as if fate somehow had intervened and made something so brutal and ugly turn into something so beautiful.
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First of all let me just say that this book cover is one of the most beautiful i have seen in a while.

I truly loved Fading and felt every shred of Candace's pain and suffering, but Falling is Ryan's side of there story and for some reason this book hit me deeper than the first.
I dont know whether it was because i knew the background to the story but to get it in Ryan's words just tore me apart at times.

We get the same story as in Fading but we get so much more of Ryan's back ground also, the pain and suffering he had as a child, the secrets he has kept for all his life about his father.
We understand why Ryan has been closed off, turned his emotions away so he doesnt feel most of the time, the ugliness of Ryan going through the motions of trying to numb out the pain and emptiness with alcohol and random sex with women. The drugs he took to cope with what was going on at home.
How Ryan's past has shaped him into the man he is now.

Ryan's mum is such a wonderful character, we see just how close Ryan is with his mum.

When Ryan meets Candace his whole life changes, he becomes her savior, her shoulder to cry on someone she can lean on. But in return Candace shows Ryan he is nothing like his father, he does deserve to be loved, She showed him that his heart was capable of love, that she was his light in a whole lot of darkness.
Candace is Ryan's other half, and he hers.

The scene where Ryan see's Candace's tattoo again, god that ripped me up inside.

The way E K Blair has written this story is so very beautiful, yes there is the element of it is the same story but it had a whole new out look, it wasnt just a rehash of the last book, it felt like a new story was being told with every page.
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After reading this I realised that is actually #3 in the series but i read it as #2 but i don't think this makes a difference at all to be honest. I'll get to #2 next lol

This book is from Ryan's POV and i loved it as much as Candace's POV. It shows everything that has happened to him in the past with his Dad and what he went through. It shows him as a playboy type person, but it was all linked in to how he was feeling about his Dad and his way of escaping.

The book is slightly repetitive in places but that's mainly because it is showing his POV from when he met Candace so the things that happened are obviously the same but you read it from how Ryan felt, his thoughts and feelings etc.

After he witnesses the incident you can really feel how it has affected him. Obviously it affected Candace a lot and turned her world upside down but from reading this book you realise how much Ryan went through just from witnessing it, how he blamed himself and how it completely changed him.

Through their relationship, them getting to know each other and finally getting together you can see his obvious love for Candace, the way he wants to protect her and how deeply he feels for her scares him as well as he has never felt like this towards a girl before because he has never let himself get in that deep.

When he realises who Candace is you can tell the struggle for him in whether to tell her or not and seeing it from his POV you can understand why he didn't tell her in the first place, it was his way of trying not to hurt her.

When i started this boook i did worry that it would just be re tell of Candace's story but it really wasn't. It didn't end where Fading did, it went on about another 20%.
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