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Falling: (A Novella) (Angels Among Us, Book 1) by [Halton, Linn B.]
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“This was a spiritual, emotional and thought-provoking read with a touch of romance, a great start to an intriguing series!” – Me, My Books and I

“Refreshing and Captivating” – Love Reading, Love Books

“I don't want to give too much away in the story but I will say for the Paranormal/Fantasy lovers this is a must read!” – Forget the Housework, I’m Reading

About the Author

I live in a small village in Gloucestershire with the man I fell in love with, virtually at first sight. We were at a party and our eyes ‘met’ across a crowded room! My days are spent with characters who become friends and Mr Tiggs, a feline with catitude. I always knew that one day I would write romantic novels, but I never dreamed they would have a psychic twist! I’ve experienced many ‘unexplainable’ things, but it took a long time for me to accept the reality of what that means. Love, life and beyond…but it’s ALWAYS about the romance!


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1374 KB
  • Print Length: 112 pages
  • Publisher: HarperImpulse (3 Oct. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00F240EJQ
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #491,169 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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'Falling' is the first in a trilogy about Ceri, whose name gives us a clue to her true identity. The connection with Ceri is immediate; she's a good person, who wants to make a difference but struggles because she feels like a cuckoo in the nest. Ceri experiences extraordinary contact in an understated, believable way. Like Ceri, you are aware something out of the ordinary is going on but it's in your peripheral vision and you can't quite make it out. It's scary, if you don't acknowledge it; maybe you can put it down to a day dream.
Ceri's relationship with her twin Seb, is interesting, they are yin and yang. Seb struggles to understand the 'other' side of Ceri but loves her anyway. Alex is a work colleague but their bond is stronger than that, even though they don't socialise out of work. Desperation makes Ceri share her secret with Alex who has one of his own which he can't share with her. The ending is happy for now but you question how long this will be the case with Ceri last experience.
This is a feel good, easy to read story about faith and love in all its forms. I'm looking forward to 'Forbidden' the second in the series.
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A touching story that explores the power of love as well as of angels.
I was drawn to this book the moment I saw the cover, and it didn't disappoint. Beautifully paced and described - there was no way I could put it down until I'd got to the end. And I didn't see the twist coming (in most stories I do!). My only issue? I can't read the next part yet.
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Ceri has always seen angels, whether it be at a moment of imminent danger to herself or others, often strangers which can leave her intervention quite hard to explain. She records each incident in a journal so she can keep track of the regularity of it.

She is in no way frightened by it and accepts it as a huge part of her life as she knows no other, but people around her find it strange, non more so than her twin brother, Seb, who tries to persuade her to let it take a back seat and to stop attracting attention to it. Ceri has feelings also that Seb will have his heart broken by his fiancée, but this she does choose to keep to herself. Ceri knows however, she can't push her ability to the back of her mind though, she knows it's a gift that has been bestowed on her and she has the ability to help people.

Her life changes in many ways and she suffers a horrible and unexpected tragedy that impacts heavily on her life, and more because she had no warning or ability to stop it. She then goes on a journey to help examine her gift and develop her powers in a different way, being helped by unlikely sources along the way.

The first instalment of Angels Among Us is beautifully written and immensely gripping.

The characters are created well and carry the story along perfectly. I really liked Ceri and felt an affinity with her from the outset, I also loved Alex and really enjoyed the way their characters developed, the romance and the twist at the end, I was not expecting that!

I found the part where Alex and Ceri seek advice on angels and mediumship really interesting, it left me pondering deeply and I was most fascinated in the theory of what happens to us when we sleep!
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Falling begins with the reader being aware of Ceri and her twin Seb's bond. Her intuition is warning her there is a problem with his relationship and he's going to get hurt. Ceri just can't help her intuition getting in the way of allowing her to be close with his fiancée.

We witness an incident where Ceri uses her gift - the gift that sets her apart from others and affects her relationships.

Ceri keeps a journal which documents all the people she may have helped through using her ability. It's up to the people whether they take notice or not so Ceri can never be totally sure if the people's lives were changed by following her advice.

Through Ceri's work in an advertising agency we get to experience the great working relationship she has with Alex and the wariness with her boss.

I loved the friendship she has with Sheena. Having known each other since starting school, they can easily pick up their friendship despite Sheena's job as an interpreter taking her away for chunks of time. I think this quote says it all:

"... I love that; it's like I have a sister who comes back every now and again to rescue me from myself."

I also loved the Guyatri Mantra scene. Having been to Reiki training sessions, this is very authentic. How Ceri feels is a true representation. You can visualise her sitting there trying to plan an escape... and you can feel what happens.

Ceri's personal relationship with Alex becomes a lot clearer once we hear Alex's side. I loved that we got to hear his side of the story too! You think to yourself `but of course'! and it's a dilemma that has been argued about on a spiritual level through the ages. I think the twist that Halton puts on this is great.
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Falling: HarperImpulse Paranormal Romance Novella (Angels Among Us, Book 1) Having already read and loved some of Linn B Halton's books, I took `Falling', the first in the Angels Among Us series, away on holiday. I'm a boater and sometimes time dedicated to reading can be limited. It has to engage me immediately therefore and keep me engaged. Falling engrossed me, totally. It's beautifully written, a clarity and calmness in the author's voice which drew me straight into Ceri's world, a world where she co-exists with angels. Ceri doesn't fall over them. She more experiences them on occasion, her strong intuition telling her they are simply there to direct her to intervene in a life event, thereby averting tragedy. She's not spooked by them, though possibly by the fact that she's different and doesn't - yet - understand why. Thus, her intuition is screaming at her in regard to her twin brother's upcoming wedding. Seb's fiancée is going to hurt him, he's going to `crumble', yet Ceri has no way of knowing how, her frustration exacerbated by the fact that she can find nothing to dislike about her brother's intended. The tragedy that ensues (and I'm not saying a word, which would definitely be a huge spoiler) had me stopping and taking deep breaths. The emotion around events at that time, Ceri's emotions and those of her brother, as told through Ceri, were tremendously affecting and totally believable (although I didn't want to believe it!). My heart broke for her brother - and for Ceri, too, who obviously blames herself for not doing ... something.

There is no `man' in Ceri's life.
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