Title: The Fall Trilogy
Author: Kate Pavelle
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: September 9, 2016
Genre(s): Gay romance, mystery/suspense, threesome, stalker
Page Count: 680 pages
Reviewed by: Natosha
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Fall Trilogy follows Sean Gallaway and Asbjorn Lund as their relationship goes from dating to marriage, but along the way, violent stalkers, jail breaks, secrets, school, and even shipwrecks all conspire to drive the couple apart. If their relationship is going to survive, they must learn to trust each other, no matter the cost.
This book is so different from any other book I have read. Not because of the book itself but because every time you think the two main characters finally get everything together they don’t actually. It is so closer to real life that I was truly surprised. What I mean by this is this book is not all about happily ever after once one book ends, it is about the two main characters having to constantly fight to keep their relationship on track. It is about them never giving up on each other, though at times it would be easier for them to do so.
Asbjorn and Sean neither one has been in a relationship with a man before. They are both clueless as what to do other then the research they both do to enlighten them. Asbjorn has always known he was gay but never gave in to the urges, never had a reason to. That is until he meets Sean. Sewn has never been attracted to a guy in the past and then he meets Asbjorn and now he cannot help but want him.
Their relationship starts off in a difficult situation because Sean is being stalked by a serial rapist. Both Sean and Asbjorn really want to be together but they do not know how to communicate well together. They both push and pull each other in and out. The stress of everything happening to them will either bring them closer together or tear them apart. The question is do they love one another enough.
It seems once disaster is u see control something else comes at them with full force. With Each new disaster both men have to learn to wade through the drama either together or apart.
I really enjoyed reading this trilogy. In many ways it was truly life like. The stresses that these two men went through, learning to communicate, and learning to deal with whatever life throws at them is truly what relationships are like. It made the book so much better. Kate Pavelle showed off her skills as an author by being able to bring these concepts to life by print. A truly entertaining read and I believe many more will feel the same.
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