“Angels aren’t supposed to fall in love, especially with each other. But for the record, you were worth it.”
Grace Tate is a Protection Angel and Vampire Hunter, and she has always followed the rules. But some rules are made to be broken…
Until now the fight against evil has been simple, and falling in love was never part of the plan. So what happens when it’s beyond Grace’s control, and when she least expects it she falls for the wrong person?
All hell breaks loose, that’s what.
At Hopetown Valley High, not everything is as it seems, and the one person Grace thought was her enemy becomes her most important ally.
Blood will be shed, lives will be lost and friendships will be tested. It all comes down to one decision, and when Grace tries to save all those dear to her, she realises not everyone can be—or wants to be—saved.
I have a confession to make: I’ve recently started to enjoy speculative fiction, but angels were still falling under the ‘no-no’ banner for me. Something about them and how they hide their wings in public, and really, where are they from anyway and do you need God for angels and where did we as humans come from and… (you get my drift).
That is why I was extremely surprised by Fall For Me. I didn’t just like it–I thought it was a really lovely book that turned me from angel avenger to addict!
Fall For Me tells the story of Grace, and angel sent to earth to protect a family lineage from harm. When she takes a chance and disobeys the ultimate rule (Thou shalt not help vampires) things in Grace’s life start to change: everything from her friends, to her potential lover, Josh, to her very own self.
I love a good battle scene and found the fights in Fall For Me to be well crafted; they weren’t the sort where you stop and think ‘Wait! Where is insert-name-here now while other the lead character is getting attacked?’
Overall, Fall For Me is a very sweet book. I can’t wait for Sacrificed, the prequel.