The Book Worm: Review: Free Fall

Monday, August 15, 2016

Review: Free Fall

Book Review: Free Fall, by Jill Shalvis

Search-and-rescue expert Logan White is no stranger to high-pressure performance. That's why this ski vacation is so important...and so hard to take. He knows he needs to unwind, but since he can't seem to do it, this holiday looks like a bust. Then he meets ski patroller Lily Harmon, who shows him precisely how sexy daring can be. She has an extreme move to beat every one of his own on the slopes, during rescues and in bed! Now he has to figure out a way to keep this melt-the-ice affair going after the vacation.

Genre: contemporary romance

Publishing date: March 2005 (the current Kindle edition is a 2010 reprint)

Mature content: yes

Review: Free Fall is one of Jill Shalvis' earlier books and is not, in my opinion, as good as her latest releases. 

It's not overly long, but there's a lot happening in this book, and most of it is not romance. There's a lot of lust, a lot of hot sex, but the romance part of it is not entirely convincing. So, if you're looking for a quick poolside read without a lot of substance, Free Fall is just that. Otherwise, I would recommend you to stick to Jill Shalvis' more recent books (such as the Cedar Ridge series, for example). 

Happy readings,

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