For me, Gwen Hayes’ debut, FALLING UNDER, is a slice of gourmet dark chocolate torte. It’s the scrumptious, forbidden dessert I shouldn’t be allowed to order–the one I can’t resist devouring.

Sound delicious? Take a look at the ingredients:

1 brilliant, incredibly introspective yet tragically repressed heroine with caramel curls.

1 smoldering, completely swoon-worthy yet recklessly smitten bloke in tails and a cravat.

2 fiercely loyal best friends

1 cross-dressing psychic

1 haunting string quartet

A dash of invocation and exorcism

1/2 dozen nights in a kingdom of dark, forbidden dreams.

1,001 moments of hot, sizzling, flush cheeked romantic suspense.

Gwen Hayes combines these elements to concoct an irresistible book. If you’re like me, and have a heartbreaking weakness for dark heroes like Heathcliff and Rochester, you’ll love FALLING UNDER.

Hungry for more? Try this recipe for Deep, Dark Chocolate Cake. It’s not as dangerously sinful as Haden Black, but it’s *almost* as delicious.


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6 Responses to FALLING UNDER by Gwen Hayes

  1. gwen hayes says:

    oh my…I’m feeling rather decadent right now. Thanks for the review!

    • jmartinlibrary says:

      I hafta admit, Gwen. You really pushed all the right buttons for me with this one. The love scenes were WHOA, IS IT HOT IN HERE OR WHAT? I was pretty much, “Yeah, Theia, who cares if your very soul is at stake, just kiss that bloke!”

  2. gwen hayes says:

    Souls are overrated.

  3. GK says:

    I love this review. And the recipe! Very nicely put, JMartinLibrarian.

  4. Ariel says:

    I loved the book ,I had to be forced to put the book down everyday
    The thing i have bin wondering though is will there be a sequel? it has bin eating me up because i dont know if this is going to be one of those books that is really good but has a crappy ending that leaves you lying there

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