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Seeing is believing... Thomas Brown can't see color, but he can see people's true souls. His abilities allow him to work with criminal investigators and deliver justice to families of the wronged. And he's starting to accept that his life will forever be in black and white... Then he encounters Helena Grayse, and everything changes. She brings vibrant color to his world, and Seeing is believing... Thomas Brown can't see color, but he can see people's true souls. His abilities allow him to work with criminal investigators and deliver justice to families of the wronged. And he's starting to accept that his life will forever be in black and white... Then he encounters Helena Grayse, and everything changes. She brings vibrant color to his world, and he brings acceptance and belief to hers. But Helena's past is quickly catching up with her, and Thomas is in the crosshairs. As an enemy hidden in plain sight threatens their every move, they'll have to rely on their love to beat the darkness.


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Seeing is believing... Thomas Brown can't see color, but he can see people's true souls. His abilities allow him to work with criminal investigators and deliver justice to families of the wronged. And he's starting to accept that his life will forever be in black and white... Then he encounters Helena Grayse, and everything changes. She brings vibrant color to his world, and Seeing is believing... Thomas Brown can't see color, but he can see people's true souls. His abilities allow him to work with criminal investigators and deliver justice to families of the wronged. And he's starting to accept that his life will forever be in black and white... Then he encounters Helena Grayse, and everything changes. She brings vibrant color to his world, and he brings acceptance and belief to hers. But Helena's past is quickly catching up with her, and Thomas is in the crosshairs. As an enemy hidden in plain sight threatens their every move, they'll have to rely on their love to beat the darkness.

30 review for Never Let Me Fall

  1. 4 out of 5

    Berit☀️✨

    This was a suspenseful story filled with dark secrets, the supernatural, and a generous dose of sizzle🔥 This is the third book in this series focusing on a legend... I did not read the previous two books and I do think this stands perfectly well on its own, but I think I would’ve appreciated some things more had I read the previous books.... there was an ancient legend and there is touch that does a lot including healing... from what I can tell each book focuses on a different couple that is dest This was a suspenseful story filled with dark secrets, the supernatural, and a generous dose of sizzle🔥 This is the third book in this series focusing on a legend... I did not read the previous two books and I do think this stands perfectly well on its own, but I think I would’ve appreciated some things more had I read the previous books.... there was an ancient legend and there is touch that does a lot including healing... from what I can tell each book focuses on a different couple that is destined to be together... The connection is strong and the love is Swift.... this is definitely Instalove and Instalust, I generally prefer build up to the romance, but in this book it was necessary and pre-destined.... Helena and Thomas are both very damaged, with tragic pasts... Helena was incarcerated for 10 years for a crime she did not commit, and as you can imagine prison was not pleasant to say the least.... Thomas was abused severely by his stepfather to the pointe that he lost sight of color.... but what he gained was the ability to see if a person’s soul was good or bad, something that I think Would be quite handy! When Thomas meets Helena she brings color into his life, both literally and figuratively... The strength of the story I really thought was in the suspense, there was a pretty crazy villain... this really is a dark story with a lot of disturbing subject matter.... The two main characters both have had brutal passeds and the current story is pretty darn dark! I found myself riveted and glued to the Pages needing some closure... A compelling story perfect for fans of paranormal romance with a darker Vibe🖤 *** many thanks to Sourcebooks Casablanca for my copy of this book ***

  2. 4 out of 5

    Astrid - The Bookish Sweet Tooth

    READ MY REVIEW ON THE BLOG NEVER LET ME FALL is the third book in Abbie Roads's FATAL DREAMS series - admittedly I haven't read the other two books in this series but this can easily be read as a standalone. With that out of the way let me tell you a little bit about the story of Thomas Brown and Helena Grayse. I have read Saving Grace by this author and what strikes me most about her stories are the unusual abilities her characters have. Thomas works as a consultant for the FBI. His ability to re READ MY REVIEW ON THE BLOG NEVER LET ME FALL is the third book in Abbie Roads's FATAL DREAMS series - admittedly I haven't read the other two books in this series but this can easily be read as a standalone. With that out of the way let me tell you a little bit about the story of Thomas Brown and Helena Grayse. I have read Saving Grace by this author and what strikes me most about her stories are the unusual abilities her characters have. Thomas works as a consultant for the FBI. His ability to read the whole life history of a dead body comes in handy when solving cases and he's very prolific at that...but of course his colleagues don't know about his special gift, nor do they know about his ability to see the shadow of death, which seems to be the soul of a person. It can be dark, hot and scary or light and comforting. I really found this concept fascinating. Helena Grayse knows the horrors of prison. Ten years ago when she was till a teenager on the cusp to adulthood she was incarcerated for killing her boyfriend. Ten years of being stabbed, beaten and every other atrocity in the repertoire of her inmates are behind her. Her body might not be in Fairson, but Fairson was in her mind. It's not a coincidence when she meets Thomas. They have an instant connection that feels very much like love at first sight but keep going, the explanation becomes more obvious the farther you read. Their bond is special: Thomas's world turns colorfully vibrant in Helena's presence and Helena suddenly has dreams in which she saves people. Those dreams turn out to be real. I love alpha males but I also adore the gentle and sweet men and Thomas is one of those. These two main characters have gone through so much and it was obvious that they belonged together in order to heal each other. Helena was so broken and so full of fear. She always expected rejection - she was a convicted felon after all. She was his other piece. She completed him. Healed him. Made up for all his deficiencies. Both characters had a loneliness about them that just tucked at my heart and made me incredibly sad for them. Of course there is a cray-cray villain in this book who gives you the chills. It's pretty obvious from the beginning, but the reasons for his crimes took me completely by surprise. Once I entered the last 25% of the book the story became full of tension and suspense until the nail-biting finale which made my heart pound. People always thought hate was the opposite of love, but it wasn’t. Hate was the angry, ugly side of love. Never let me fall is a suspenseful read - while it does have a supernatural touch it still feels real enough. Abbie Roads is becoming an auto-read author fast. I dig her type of Romantic Suspense.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Madison Warner Fairbanks

    Never Let Me Fall by Abbie Roads 3rd in the Fatal Dreams series. A dark paranormal thriller. The commonality of the heroes and heroines being abused or hurt in life and that pain being lifted and healed only with meeting their fated love. When that happens, they can heal each other. But the abuse is horrific. Best read as part of the series but can be read as a standalone. The author didn’t soft pedal it, but the abuse is not quite as graphic or in your face as in the prior book. Don’t get me wro Never Let Me Fall by Abbie Roads 3rd in the Fatal Dreams series. A dark paranormal thriller. The commonality of the heroes and heroines being abused or hurt in life and that pain being lifted and healed only with meeting their fated love. When that happens, they can heal each other. But the abuse is horrific. Best read as part of the series but can be read as a standalone. The author didn’t soft pedal it, but the abuse is not quite as graphic or in your face as in the prior book. Don’t get me wrong, it’s still part of the story and horrible but while it occurred mostly in the past, they deal with the aftermath more in this book. Compelling and driven, the story is a thriller. The romance fated and a bit fast. Thanks to the publisher for the contest win.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sabrina

    NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK Never Let Me Fall brings readers back to Abbie Road's world of twisted secrets with a hint of the paranormal. Thomas and Helena are two characters that have been living in the hell of their pasts and trying to move on in any way they can. But for both of them, those pasts continues to pull them back as the fight to let go. When their paths cross they each get thrown a lifeline and may just find a way to leave their demons. The second I started this book I was captiva NOW LIVE! Amazon US * Amazon UK Never Let Me Fall brings readers back to Abbie Road's world of twisted secrets with a hint of the paranormal. Thomas and Helena are two characters that have been living in the hell of their pasts and trying to move on in any way they can. But for both of them, those pasts continues to pull them back as the fight to let go. When their paths cross they each get thrown a lifeline and may just find a way to leave their demons. The second I started this book I was captivated by the suspense and the heart pounding moments as I flipped through the pages. Right away I found both Thomas and Helen to be very intriguing characters and I couldn't wait to get more of them even while I was reading along. And when they met and it became this fateful romance and instant connection between them I fell deeper in love with the story. No matter what was happening on the page, whether it was Helen's story being told, or her and Thomas together, there was always something that had me engrossed and I loved that about the book. Overall, this was an amazing suspense that I loved. It had those take-you-breath-away moments along with the swoon worthy ones and I thought the combination of that was done brilliantly well. I would say that this book could be read before the other books in the series but I would recommend reading them in order. ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Christie«SHBBblogger»

    Title: Never Let Me Fall Series: Fatal Dreams #3 Author: Abbie Roads Release date: November 6, 2018 Cliffhanger: No HEA(view spoiler)[Yes (hide spoiler)] Helena Grayse (Helen) is a convicted murderer who served time for a crime she didn't commit. In the first pages, we're given a glimpse of what a courageous survivor she is. The night before she's finally given her freedom, she has to defend her life one last time. Through this scene, you get a small glimpse of the years of terror she's endured from Title: Never Let Me Fall Series: Fatal Dreams #3 Author: Abbie Roads Release date: November 6, 2018 Cliffhanger: No HEA(view spoiler)[Yes (hide spoiler)] Helena Grayse (Helen) is a convicted murderer who served time for a crime she didn't commit. In the first pages, we're given a glimpse of what a courageous survivor she is. The night before she's finally given her freedom, she has to defend her life one last time. Through this scene, you get a small glimpse of the years of terror she's endured from a group of women called "the sisters." They dealt relentless pain and suffering on her from the moment she first set foot in her cell and the door clanged shut. Starting the book on such a suspenseful hook served two invaluable purposes for me. It pulled me effortlessly into the plot, and instantly made me root for the heroine. Immediately invested in what would happen to her in the long run, I easily flew through the pages in less than a day. Admittedly, it's been a while since I read book one, so the major insta-love felt a bit corny. It was all mega abrupt and over the top, even for a paranormal fated-soulmate scenario. From a distance at first glance, he waxes on about how she is the most beautiful creature he's ever set eyes upon. Then within hours he's thinking this: Yeah, he’d just met her, but she didn’t feel like a stranger. She felt familiar and… What was the word he wanted? Destined. Destined? Did he dare to believe that she could be meant for him? It was too fucking late for that question. He knew she was supposed to be his. Over the past hours, he’d come to terms with the fact that an eternity of holding Helen would never be enough. He was that far gone. Then the background started coming back to me, with the totem pole story and the psychic dreams, and I went with the flow. If you're new to the series though, it takes time for that to be discussed, and even then it doesn't delve into it in depth. Honestly, I don't really read this author for the romance so it doesn't matter much to me. Abbie Roads' strength is writing chilling villains and dark suspense, and once again she gave me exactly what I was expecting in those departments. Thomas Brown had a mother who turned a blind eye to the severe abuse inflicted by his sadistic stepfather. One beating in particular resulted in him losing his ability to see color. However, he was able to see one thing that no one else could: a person's shadow of death. In the living, he could see either a dark or a light aura surrounding a person. This allows him to see the true spirit of anyone. In the dead, his ability goes even farther, allowing him to view their life and death in a quick succession of flashes. As a child, this was pretty terrifying to deal with, but now that he's an adult, his gift is invaluable as a criminal investigator. One thing I really liked about the story was Helen bringing back color to his drab world. Literally, and metaphorically. When he was in her presence, everything around him was vividly reanimated. Not only was he floored by his overwhelming need to be near her and keep her safe, but his new brilliant perspective of the world. When he stumbles upon her again on his property at night, they both realize that something strange is happening between them that they can't explain. Everything he is experiencing, she tries to make sense of as well. Helen is mute because of the trauma she has experienced, but theirs is a communication that needs no words. The deeper you get into the story, the faster the suspense momentum picks up. The scenes with the antagonist made my skin crawl and more than a little tense. Even though there wasn't really any doubt who it was, it was a mystery when they would strike and how. The heroine's dream sharing was also creepy with some pretty dark moments, but they once again showed her bravery in the face of pure evil. This was another good addition to the series which can be read as a standalone, but I would suggest reading at least one of the previous books first for the best reading experience. FOLLOW SMOKIN HOT BOOK BLOG ON:

  6. 5 out of 5

    Stormi (Bewitched Reader)

    Never Let Me Fall is the third book in the Fatal Dreams series and it can be read as a standalone. This book is fast paced and in true Abbie Roads fashion has the perfect balance of mystery, thriller, and romance. I love the continual integration of the Fearless and Bear story. There are some pretty dark moments in this story that may be difficult for some readers. This isn't a cute flirty romance, but a darker romance about two people who have experienced an unimaginable amount of pain in their Never Let Me Fall is the third book in the Fatal Dreams series and it can be read as a standalone. This book is fast paced and in true Abbie Roads fashion has the perfect balance of mystery, thriller, and romance. I love the continual integration of the Fearless and Bear story. There are some pretty dark moments in this story that may be difficult for some readers. This isn't a cute flirty romance, but a darker romance about two people who have experienced an unimaginable amount of pain in their lives finding each other and happiness. I was drawn so deeply into Thomas and Helen's story that I flew through it in one day! I voluntarily received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lorna

    An innocent mute woman locked up for a crime she didn’t commit gets out of prison and meets a man that can only see black and white. That is, until he meets her. A dark tale, but one ultimately of hope and romance-once they can get past the evil that awaits them both. Thomas Brown is horribly scarred due to his step-father torturing him. He works with the police because he has a special paranormal power that helps him see what happened previous to the murder and also see people’s souls. The fly i An innocent mute woman locked up for a crime she didn’t commit gets out of prison and meets a man that can only see black and white. That is, until he meets her. A dark tale, but one ultimately of hope and romance-once they can get past the evil that awaits them both. Thomas Brown is horribly scarred due to his step-father torturing him. He works with the police because he has a special paranormal power that helps him see what happened previous to the murder and also see people’s souls. The fly in the ointment is that his job puts him in proximity with his step-father, otherwise known as the sheriff in town. Or more importantly, the monster that made his life hell when he was young. Helena Grayse is fresh out of prison after ten years when she sees Thomas across the cemetary where he is attending his mother’s funeral. They are drawn to each other and don’t know why, but she leaves quickly. Later he meets her again when he finds her camping on his land during a snowstorm. Of course, he takes her in. This is the third installment of what I think is a trilogy about a legend from hundreds of years ago. Two other couples have been involved in this same legend and each has had their own book. The couples find each other and pretty much immediately fall into bed or wherever they happen to be. That was the one thing about each of these books that bugged me. Insta-love of course, but attributed to the story of the legend. So there is a reason. I just keep thinking, can’t they wait a couple of days? But that’s just me. In addition to the sex, they are totally swept up with each other and have to be by their other half most of the time. So all this is going on and that’s not even mentioning what was going on at the prison the night before she got out-that was pretty horrific. Back in the small town she is from, most people know who she is and most think she killed her beloved boyfriend. The boyfriend’s mother is inconsolable that she is out and she’s determined to kill her-and she’s not even the worse villain in this story. I think I will leave it at that. I loved both of the main characters, but my favorite would have to be Helena. She has been through so much at the hands of a horrible bad man and she, although mute, is still not completely broken. She is, in a way, still an innocent, although prison nearly killed her. Thomas is a good guy. That’s saying a lot for a man that has gone through so much himself. His power to see people’s souls enables him to know immediately if someone is a good person or not. Kind of a handy power to have, I would think. And of course, he is using it for good. The writing was good, as it was in the previous books, and each book took me on a paranormal journey with each couple. At times they had me on the edge of my seat with the suspense involved. It was a dark read at times, so keep that in mind. Actually all three books are pretty dark. You don’t have to read them in order, but I think they would make more sense if you started at the beginning with, Race the Darkness, book one. Recommended to adult paranormal romance readers, especially ones that aren’t bothered by a dark read. Good book! I received a copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for a fair and honest review.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Karen ⚜Mess⚜

    rah-rah-sis-boom-bah First, I have to say that book cover is perfect. Black and white with a burst of color between Thomas and Helena. You won't have to invest much time into the book to discover how accurate the cover is. touch In the Fatal Dreams novels you learn how important touch is. Thomas and Helena discover their destiny and love for one another. But the most important part of their unique love is all in the touch. Touch heals. Touch protects. I felt a connection with Thomas rah-rah-sis-boom-bah First, I have to say that book cover is perfect. Black and white with a burst of color between Thomas and Helena. You won't have to invest much time into the book to discover how accurate the cover is. touch In the Fatal Dreams novels you learn how important touch is. Thomas and Helena discover their destiny and love for one another. But the most important part of their unique love is all in the touch. Touch heals. Touch protects. I felt a connection with Thomas and Helena which made the love scenes beautiful and vivid. Now don't settle yourself down and expect to read about soft bunnies and pretty rainbows. Abbie shows us two sides of a coin. The shiny, bright side and the tarnished, damaged side. It's a dark, paranormal romance with lots of suspense and a sadistic, creepy bad guy. Final note, Thomas's paranormal ability to read and see shadows of death was awesome! I just love Abbie's creativeness and wonderful storytelling. I was provided with a complimentary copy of this book so I could give an honest review.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lover of Romance

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Sourcebooks Casablanca in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Never Let Me Fall is the third book in the Fatal Dreams series by Abbie Roads. Now I am coming late to the series....such a slacker right? Yeah I know hehe. So I will admit that I grabbed this ARC from Sourcebooks Casablanca when I saw the cover...yep I know I will just cave anyt This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Sourcebooks Casablanca in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Never Let Me Fall is the third book in the Fatal Dreams series by Abbie Roads. Now I am coming late to the series....such a slacker right? Yeah I know hehe. So I will admit that I grabbed this ARC from Sourcebooks Casablanca when I saw the cover...yep I know I will just cave anytime I see a sexy cover but really seeing this cover....how can you resist? Because honestly I didn't even look at the blurb before grabbing it. Of course, I trust this publisher to deliver on their books but even if I had checked out the blurb beforehand I would have grabbed it anyway though and yes if I hadn't received the ARC I would have bought this book in print...that is how much I loved the cover and I probably will end up buying it in print because it's so PRETTY!! Now I first want to mention that this book is fabulous and I really had a great time immersing myself into this one. Now it did take me over a week to read it since I found myself in a book slump once I started reading it so it took a few days before I was in the mood for this book but boy I read this book last night before bed and couldn't put it down despite the horrid headache I was having. Never Let Me Fall begins with our heroine, Helena who has spent ten years in prison for a murder she never committed and a schoolmate framed her who was full of greed for the act. Everyone believed him even though she was only a teenager and only had her grandparents and a few family friends fight for her, but it wasn't enough even if the evidence was only circumstantial. She has spent years fighting off attacks from other cellmates trying to kill her and she has scars all over her body to prove it. She also hasn't spoken in quite a long time. Thomas, our hero of the story, only sees in black and white. He can see what is beneath the surface and what is in the soul of a person either the good or the evil. And these special abilities allows him a job working with special criminal investiagors with the government. I regret nothing...all of it led me to you Helena, has finally been released from prison and now she is all alone. Her only family are dead and everyone in her home town despises her and will never trust her because they believe that she is a murderer. Her plan....go to the place she grew up and she is drawn to a bear statue near a cemetery and where she runs into Thomas whose home is nearby and is the same house she grew up. She is drawn to this special place that Thomas now calls home. But sparks fly the minute that Thomas and Helena meet and they jump each other like bunnies, and are drawn into a world where Thomas will see color and they will discover a connection stronger than anything they could have imagined and their bond will save them if they trust in it.... We can't change the past, but we can choose not to let it have any more power over us What a WILD RIDE!!! Boy I didn't expect it from this book, I don't know why since I had heard that Abbie Roads does deliver on the suspense and intensity and she does write in some darker elements so I was forewarned about that. Now these elements aren't within the relationship, these two are in a fully consensual relationship. Its more outside factors. We see the effects of practically having to fight to live for ten years that Helena has had to deal with and survive and her lack of trust in humanity. I wouldn't call this book a straight out dark romance because its not...but it does have some darker elements and issues that I am grateful this author touched on since it rarely is from romance authors. This story was provacative and makes the reader think about those deeper issues that most of us ignore. But boy this author really gets the author to think about those harder issues and see our take on them and I love that Abbie Roads does this. My heart just broke for Helena and all that she went through and seeing her rebuild trust and fall in love with such a steady man who will always have her back is simply....BEAUTIFUL. Their story is quite difficult at times because of the depth of emotion that is displayed in this book. I was very fascinated in seeing them find each other and seeing their bond just grow. Not when he'd just found her. Helen need to be alive. Even though they'd just met, he couldn't live in a world without her in it. Now I will say that you can read this as a stand alone, but as a newcomer to this author and to this series I will admit that I do wish that I could have read books one and two beforehand because of the characters we are introduced to and their back stories would have added more depth of understanding to this story. And I can't wait to read the first two books because I was very intrigued by the women having dreams and the whole "if you are always close and touching nothing can hurt you" and boy I loved these fated style of relationships. And Abbie Roads does it in such a unique style you become hooked and I need MORE!! Overall I found Never Let Me Fall to be a mind titilating story that keeps you thinking, on the edge and full invested in such a dynamic love tale that stuns you into pondering and one of the most poignant romances of the YEAR!!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kahea

    ***5 Stars*** If you’ve read any of the Fatal Dreams books you know that you need to keep your mind open to...well...basically everything (and if you haven’t, well, now you do). You need to simply accept that everything is possible and just roll with it because you will be taken on a journey and boy did this one take me on a journey. This one I pretty much devoured in no time flat and even gave me a “Whoa” moment that I wasn’t expecting, but ended up making absolute sense in the end. Helena and ***5 Stars*** If you’ve read any of the Fatal Dreams books you know that you need to keep your mind open to...well...basically everything (and if you haven’t, well, now you do). You need to simply accept that everything is possible and just roll with it because you will be taken on a journey and boy did this one take me on a journey. This one I pretty much devoured in no time flat and even gave me a “Whoa” moment that I wasn’t expecting, but ended up making absolute sense in the end. Helena and Thomas. There is so much I want to say about both of them, but that would involve me being all spoilery, which I try not to do. So, what I will say is that my heart bled for all they had endured in their lives and I couldn’t help but admire the strength they both had, even when they didn’t see it, to survive it all…and this is all before they even collide. But once they do all bets are off and I loved watching them both become more, not only for themselves but for each other. And there is the story as a whole. There are a lot of twists and turns that kept me guessing as to what was really going on, which had me #multitasking as I kept turning the pages to see what would happen next and if that next piece of the puzzle would clue me in to just what the hell was going on and when it did...it was a total “whoa” moment and at that point I couldn’t put the book down because I NEEDED to know how everything would work out in the end. I didn’t expect this one to grab hold of me the way it did, but everything in this book just worked for me and I couldn’t put it down. This one tackles a bunch of dark themes, so if you have triggers you’ve been warned. And while this one can be read as a stand-alone, I do recommend that you read the first two in the series, especially since we get to catch up with Lantham and Evanee, to get a good feel for what the series is about. ~ Copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley & voluntarily reviewed ~

  11. 5 out of 5

    Marta Cox

    I wasn't quite sure what to expect from this new to me author so this emotional and very dark story was a surprise. It began in a disturbing way as our heroine Helen is quite literally fighting for her life but then moved into astounding and what I can only describe as paranormal territory. She meets Thomas a man who like Helen has suffered greatly but in her company his world just comes to glorious life. This book is without a doubt a romance but it's origins are definitely supernatural and dar I wasn't quite sure what to expect from this new to me author so this emotional and very dark story was a surprise. It began in a disturbing way as our heroine Helen is quite literally fighting for her life but then moved into astounding and what I can only describe as paranormal territory. She meets Thomas a man who like Helen has suffered greatly but in her company his world just comes to glorious life. This book is without a doubt a romance but it's origins are definitely supernatural and dare I suggest fated ? This unique storyline opens a can of worms as a serial killer is brought to light but there are unpleasant, creepy undertones of small town bullying and even more disturbing corruption that to my mind doesn't really get addressed although there is a sweet ending for this couple. Yes its part of a series but worked as a standalone for this reader. This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair.

  12. 5 out of 5

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  13. 5 out of 5

    Mg ♥ The Bookishmedialite

    3.5 STARS! Review to come closer to Release day! :)

  14. 4 out of 5

    Up All Night With Books

    4 Stars Review by Morgen Late Night Reviewer Up All Night w/ Books Blog Never Let Me Fall is book three in the Fatal Dreams series by Abbie Roads. It’s a paranormal suspense story about surviving tragedy and finding a way to save each other. Helena is an oddball that was raised and home schooled by her grandparents. She was naive and didn’t have much practice interacting with anyone her own age. At eighteen she is convicted of murder and sent to a woman’s reformatory, which is not near as glamorous 4 Stars Review by Morgen Late Night Reviewer Up All Night w/ Books Blog Never Let Me Fall is book three in the Fatal Dreams series by Abbie Roads. It’s a paranormal suspense story about surviving tragedy and finding a way to save each other. Helena is an oddball that was raised and home schooled by her grandparents. She was naive and didn’t have much practice interacting with anyone her own age. At eighteen she is convicted of murder and sent to a woman’s reformatory, which is not near as glamorous as it sounds. Still she never gave up. She’s strong, protective, and independent. Thomas has survived a lot in his life and has the scars to prove it. His childhood was full of tragedy but he doesn’t let it keep him down. He consults for the Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI). His past and gifts make him uniquely suited to help the family of victims get justice. He is sweet, honest, and caring On Helena’s last night in the reformatory, we get a taste of how hard it was for her to survive inside. She was wrongfully accused and that knowledge weighs heavy on her shoulders. Having to constantly fight for her life crushed her spirit and she built up walls around her heart and kept silent to stay sane. Thomas keeps his demons buried deep down but someone releases his family’s darkest secrets for the world to see. It haunts him but now that everyone knows he can no longer hide. His stepfather, the sheriff, is linked to many crimes, but can’t be found. The BCI needs to investigate starting with him as their lead witness, however even as an adult it is impossible for him to speak about what happened. From the moment Helena and Thomas’s eyes meet they know they need more. They need to know each other, they crave it. One coincidence after another has them stumbling into each other’s lives. Helena won’t speak and Thomas can’t keep his eyes of her. They are both broken in different ways and have reasons to try to keep their pasts hidden. Fearing rejection if their flaws are shown. Not knowing that their damaged souls had so much in common. The imagery created was beautiful the detail is amazing and pieces together a scene wonderfully. Their connection is instant and feels like destiny. The intensity of it overwhelmed me. The chemistry between them is strong and they fight hard to deny it and not give in at first. The characters have depth and their inner struggles take us on a wild ride. The suspense of what could happen from one moment to the next kept me hooked. The pacing was great. Each touch lit a fire under their skin that only more contact could soothe. I would recommend reading the first two books before this to truly get a sense of the world you’re in. **ARC provided for an honest review**

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kim Reads (Read Your Writes Book Reviews)

    Reviewed by Gemini Never Let Me Fall is the third book in Abbie Road’s Fatal Dreams Series. You don’t have to read the other two books to enjoy this one, but they are connected. Thomas Brown is a consultant for law enforcement. He has the ability to see people’s true souls amongst other things. One day, he stumbles upon a mystery woman named Helena Grayse who has a connection to him that is beyond reality. They are fated to be together. Interestingly enough, she has a hidden power of her own that Reviewed by Gemini Never Let Me Fall is the third book in Abbie Road’s Fatal Dreams Series. You don’t have to read the other two books to enjoy this one, but they are connected. Thomas Brown is a consultant for law enforcement. He has the ability to see people’s true souls amongst other things. One day, he stumbles upon a mystery woman named Helena Grayse who has a connection to him that is beyond reality. They are fated to be together. Interestingly enough, she has a hidden power of her own that becomes unlocked the moment she meets Thomas. There is so much to like about this book. Never Let Me Fall is a very intriguing romantic suspense that keeps you on your toes from beginning to end. The sexual energy between Thomas and Helena is powerful and very much X-rated. Plus, it’s easy to see that this couple is truly better together than they are apart. The legend behind their connection carries over from the other books. They are another incarnation of Fearless and Bear who had the ability to heal each other as long as they are touching. Sadly, there is also a tragic story of abuse that also carries over too. The Thomas and Helena endured a lot of pain and suffering before they met each other. It’s only by pure perseverance that they even live long enough to meet. They are a couple that you can’t help but want to succeed. Unfortunately, there is someone in the background looking to do them harm and they must embrace their abilities to save each other. Although Never Let Me Fall is a good book, I must note that it could be somewhat hard to stomach some of the abuse that occurs. This book it is not meant for the faint of heart. This is a love story but there is a lot of violence and some perversion to go along with it. Abbie Roads makes sure that the road to the happy ending is very much a bumpy road. I look forward to reading more books from her. She is very creative and has no problem with pushing the envelope. **Received a copy of the book for Sourcebooks Casablanca and voluntarily reviewed.**

  16. 5 out of 5

    Andi

    Abbie Roads creates the most beautifully damaged characters. Yet while each has survived their own personal hell, they are more beautiful for it. Never Let Me Fall, the 3rd installment in Roads’ Fatal Dreams series, starts with introducing us to Helena. She’s lived in hell for 10 years for a crime she didn’t commit. She hasn’t spoken in 9 years, because it’s not like anyone was listening. Helena just wants to say goodbye to what’s left of her previous life and move far far away. Thomas hasn’t see Abbie Roads creates the most beautifully damaged characters. Yet while each has survived their own personal hell, they are more beautiful for it. Never Let Me Fall, the 3rd installment in Roads’ Fatal Dreams series, starts with introducing us to Helena. She’s lived in hell for 10 years for a crime she didn’t commit. She hasn’t spoken in 9 years, because it’s not like anyone was listening. Helena just wants to say goodbye to what’s left of her previous life and move far far away. Thomas hasn’t seen color since his step-father kicked him in the face. The same stepfather who gave his older sister, Evanee to his son to be abused. Malone made his and his sister’s childhoods a living hell. But just as he lost color in his life, he gained the ability to see the “shadow of death”. And here’s where Roads really pours on the magic. She brings two damaged souls together, to create something magical and whole. Helena becomes a warrior to save others when they don’t know how to fight for themselves. Thomas shows Helena the road to healing her own wounds and soul. I LOVE the legend of Nameless and Bear. Roads’ prose is both beautiful and poetic. The world she’s created lives right along aside the one we live in. Roads has mastered the very delicate balance of reality and magic to make you believe this could really happen. Roads also keeps you guessing, wondering what’s around the next corner, or in this case, on the next page. I hope Roads has more Fatal Dreams waiting in the wings because I am already craving more!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Romance Rehab

    I feel like I’m really missing something here… Admittedly, I didn’t read the other books in this series, but that’s not usually a problem with most books. I’m usually a pretty quick study, and the majority of authors put in enough clues to let me know what I might have missed in previous books. So, I don’t think my confusion is caused by the fact that I didn’t read the other books in the series. I think this book is just unnecessarily weird and complicated. First of all, it’s a paranormal romance I feel like I’m really missing something here… Admittedly, I didn’t read the other books in this series, but that’s not usually a problem with most books. I’m usually a pretty quick study, and the majority of authors put in enough clues to let me know what I might have missed in previous books. So, I don’t think my confusion is caused by the fact that I didn’t read the other books in the series. I think this book is just unnecessarily weird and complicated. First of all, it’s a paranormal romance that doesn’t have any vampires, werewolves, or shapeshifters. I actually really like that. I ADORE paranormal romances that don’t go the obvious route. But here’s what didn’t work for me with this one… It’s all over the place: There’s sooooooo much going on in this book. You’ve got the heroine’s fight for survival in prison, then you’ve got the hero’s supernatural abilities (which keep developing and morphing into more supernatural abilities, because having a hero with just one supernatural ability would be boring, amirite?), the people who want to hurt the heroine once she’s out of prison, the people who want to hurt the hero (because REASONS), the hero’s tragic past...it’s just exhausting. I made it to about the 50% mark in the book before I was worn out and just gave up. Instalove: Now, I’m usually willing to overlook instalove when it happens in a shifter romance novel. But when it happens in a non-shifter novel, it really irks the crap out of me. In this book, the hero sees the heroine for the first time, and the power of, I dunno, her spirit/awesomeness/beauty heals him of a physical disability that was caused by a childhood injury. And, before she’s even said a single word to him outloud (because REASONS), they’re falling into bed and realizing they’re soul mates. It was just too much for my bullshit meter to handle. Boooorrrrriiiiinnnnnggggg: At some point, I’m sure that all the little extraneous details (like the story in the beginning about the history of some ancient totem pole that went on for, like, a hundred years) were paid off. But I didn’t make it far enough in the story to find out. So as it stands, I was just bored with all the extra details that didn’t seem relevant to the story in any way. I’m sorry, but in a romance, I think the hero and heroine should meet within the first few pages, and the story should proceed from there. The romance is the most important part of the story, and if it isn’t, then you’re not reading (or writing) a romance. Long-story-short, this one wasn’t my cuppa. It was just too weird for me. Full disclosure: We received an ARC from NetGalley, free of charge. And don't forget to follow Romance Rehab for more rants, raves, and other fun romance-y stuff: http://www.romancerehab.com/

  18. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

    ARC REVIEW Fatal Dreams #3, Each of the Fatal Dreams books can be read as a standalone. While this one didn't quite have the same umph as Roads last three books it was still a fantastic read. Very deep in the internal conflict of recognizing who they are together and what they are becoming. A dark fairy tale/folklore at the root of it all tells a tale of never ending love and the power it holds and the reincarnated souls that carry on that power. Thomas Brown lost the ability to see color when hi ARC REVIEW Fatal Dreams #3, Each of the Fatal Dreams books can be read as a standalone. While this one didn't quite have the same umph as Roads last three books it was still a fantastic read. Very deep in the internal conflict of recognizing who they are together and what they are becoming. A dark fairy tale/folklore at the root of it all tells a tale of never ending love and the power it holds and the reincarnated souls that carry on that power. Thomas Brown lost the ability to see color when his step father tried to kick his face in, the resulting damage caused serious problems to the optic nerve. He also has the ability to see a person's "death shadow" which tells him basically how evil a person really is and after a person dies it can show him the person's life up until their death. Helena Greyse was tried and convicted for a murder she never committed and spent the last ten years fighting for her life. Helen survived many attacks while in prison some that should have killed her, even her last night there she barely made it out with her life. When they meet for the first time, the day Helen was released, they both knew their lives have unequivocally changed. Helen has brought color to Thomas' life and for the first time in ten years Helen felt safe with Thomas. Thomas and Helen's lives are tied together in so many ways but there is still one giant obstacle for them to overcome. Can their love overcome this common enemy who has been a source of pain for them both? Overall, this book was outstanding it's an emotional read, it's dark, it's paranormal, it's suspenseful, it's heavy on the internal conflict without the characters sounding whiny and useless. They are each other's strength, they are the balm for their souls it's a beautiful insta-love romance. The external conflict wasn't as traumatizing for me as the other two, it was still bad but it almost feels like it was glossed over and leaves you with just assuming how bad the events were; but it was still good and I loved the conclusion.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sheri Courts

    Never Let Me Fall by Abbie Roads is the Third in the Fatal Dreams Series. I have not read the first two books but I was able to follow the story with no problem.This is a paranormal romance with a dark thriller/mystery twist. I loved that it was not just a romance story. The story starts with Helena , a convicted murderer being released from prison after a ten year sentence and having endured an unimaginable amount of abuse and torture while incarcerated and Thomas ,a police consultant ,who had Never Let Me Fall by Abbie Roads is the Third in the Fatal Dreams Series. I have not read the first two books but I was able to follow the story with no problem.This is a paranormal romance with a dark thriller/mystery twist. I loved that it was not just a romance story. The story starts with Helena , a convicted murderer being released from prison after a ten year sentence and having endured an unimaginable amount of abuse and torture while incarcerated and Thomas ,a police consultant ,who had a horrendous childhood , full of abuse and violence . Thomas has a psychic gift , he can see the shadow of death on people and after someone dies he can touch the body and the shadow will show him the person's life and death. The very first time they meet is electrifying , Thomas can see color for the first time since childhood, he wants to get to know her but circumstances make it impossible. Helena is terrified about anyone finding out about her past and though she feels drawn to Thomas she is not willing to risk the judgement and rejection. When they start to get to know one another it is a lesson in patience, acceptance and trust but their lives are affected by the the mystery that must be solved before they can be together . The bond they feel is paranormal and has its roots in a legend that brings two damaged souls together , This is the third couple and Book 1 and Book 2 are two other couples . I will be going back to read their stories!! I really enjoyed this story , it is dark and twisty but the romance is steamy and compelling. I would recommend this story to anyone who loves a good romance. ****This ebook was provided by Netgalley for an honest review****

  20. 5 out of 5

    ~❤️Minnie❤️~

    Originally posted on Under the Moonlight Book Blog First of all, I want to mention that even though this book is the third in a series you can read it as a standalone. Although it is so well crafted that you get curious about the couples on the first two books if you have not read them, which I haven't, which I definitively will. This is the story of Thoma's Brown, the brother of Evanee who is the heroine of the previous book, and Helena Grayse, a convicted felon. From the moment this book start Originally posted on Under the Moonlight Book Blog First of all, I want to mention that even though this book is the third in a series you can read it as a standalone. Although it is so well crafted that you get curious about the couples on the first two books if you have not read them, which I haven't, which I definitively will. This is the story of Thoma's Brown, the brother of Evanee who is the heroine of the previous book, and Helena Grayse, a convicted felon. From the moment this book started the night before Helen's release from jail to that final scene on the porch I was hooked. This story was so convoluted and full of twists and turns that surprised me at every time. Helen and Thomas have both been thru a lot of trauma from a very young age and that is something that connects them on a level not seen but felt. But there is much more than connecting them and that more than anything is what saves them time and again. There was just something about the story that left me filling left out. I felt like something was missing, or it was there and I couldn't see it, that didn't let me completely enjoy the story. But whatever it was I guess it was just my problem and I recommend this book to anyone who likes their romance with a sprinkle of paranormal on it. Disclaimer: ♥♦♥ This copy was provided by the publisher via NetGalley for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of it or the content of my review.♥♦♥

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mary Brannian

    Thomas Brown was the victim of horrific child abuse by his stepfather. Because of that Thomas lost the ability to see colors at the age of five. Thomas did gain something though… he can see people’s soul shadows… He lived in a black and white world until he met “Helen”… Helena Grayse was a young woman tried and convicted of killing her boyfriend; ironically, she was innocent. Sentenced to 10 years hard time in prison, it’s a battle every day inside to stay alive. Targeted by a vicious prison gang Thomas Brown was the victim of horrific child abuse by his stepfather. Because of that Thomas lost the ability to see colors at the age of five. Thomas did gain something though… he can see people’s soul shadows… He lived in a black and white world until he met “Helen”… Helena Grayse was a young woman tried and convicted of killing her boyfriend; ironically, she was innocent. Sentenced to 10 years hard time in prison, it’s a battle every day inside to stay alive. Targeted by a vicious prison gang, the Sisters, Helena fights for survival, doing whatever it takes. She just wants to get out and prove her innocence… When Thomas meets “Helen”, colors explode into his world once again. Confused but thrilled, Thomas enjoys the vibrancy once stolen from him. But all is not as it seems, as the fragile young woman he met refuses to share her story with him and she refuses to speak. A short time apart proves to Thomas that “Helen” is the key to bringing color back into his life, along with emotional attachments. However, Helena is terrified; terrified to tell Thomas who she really is, and what she was accused of, fearing the loss of his affection. But the truth will find a way to be revealed. Malevolence stirs in the shadows as a killer stalks Thomas and Helena. Only together can they hope to face and defeat the evil that is slowly encroaching. The past returns to haunt them, as they embark on a desperate mission to find the killer and clear Helena’s name. Utterly riveting! I couldn’t put this book down! The vivid imagery and complex scenarios takes my breath away! If you read only one book this year, you MUST READ “NEVER LET ME FALL”.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Suz Jay

    I was excited to have the opportunity to obtain an Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) of this book on NetGalley. Helena spent ten hard years trying to survive prison, serving time for a murder she didn’t commit. Release feels like salvation until she realizes that the world still sees her as a killer, and plenty of people want her dead. But when Thomas looks at her, he doesn’t see a guilty-as-sin felon. She brings brightness and color to his dark and dreary existence. Together they heal each other’s emot I was excited to have the opportunity to obtain an Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) of this book on NetGalley. Helena spent ten hard years trying to survive prison, serving time for a murder she didn’t commit. Release feels like salvation until she realizes that the world still sees her as a killer, and plenty of people want her dead. But when Thomas looks at her, he doesn’t see a guilty-as-sin felon. She brings brightness and color to his dark and dreary existence. Together they heal each other’s emotional and physical scars. While Roads puts her characters through a grueling gauntlet of suffering on their road to their happy ever after, she makes the reader care about her story people. Her heroines and heroes have tragic and painful backstories, but instead of wallowing in misery, they come out fighting for the life and love they deserve. From the opening of chapter one, in which Helena battles for her life on the last night of her sentence, I was invested in seeing how the story would unfold. Roads’ writing provides a visceral experience for the reader, creating a page turner tale. Each book in the Fatal Dreams series is linked to a fable about a mystical warrior woman and her protector mate. Roads makes each couple’s story unique and special, and delivers a fast-paced romantic thrill ride.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Cassandra

    My Thoughts - 5 out of 5 Unicorns - I loved it!!! ***I choose what I read and review based on what intrigues me!! Yes, I received a review copy of this book, but no one tells me what to think, feel, or write about any book! I haven’t bought the book yet, but it is definitely on my list to buy when I can. I own all the other books already. The cover is steamy! This is the 3rd book in the series, and it is for adults only due to the violence and steamy content. I recommend reading the whole series i My Thoughts - 5 out of 5 Unicorns - I loved it!!! ***I choose what I read and review based on what intrigues me!! Yes, I received a review copy of this book, but no one tells me what to think, feel, or write about any book! I haven’t bought the book yet, but it is definitely on my list to buy when I can. I own all the other books already. The cover is steamy! This is the 3rd book in the series, and it is for adults only due to the violence and steamy content. I recommend reading the whole series in order to better understand the world and history of the series. There is some M/M scenes in this book. Abbie does a fantastic job pulling you into the world and story. I love her complex world with a paranormal twist. She adds psychological issues that you don’t even think about until you read it. This is Thomas’ story who is Evanee’s brother. He has a gift that he uses working for the BCI is a black and white world. Until he meets Helen, and she brings color back to his life. They both have histories that bring baggage to their lives, but they bring each other through it together. This is another action-packed story where you aren’t sure where it is going next, and I loved every minute of it! I highly recommend to anyone who love paranormal crime books because this one rocks, and you won’t be disappointed!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Cindy ~ SnS Reviews

    Dark and edgy thriller that incorporates paranormal along with the main characters being connected on a mythological base around a centuries old legend of two star-crossed lovers. The author sure likes to put uncomfortable storylines in her books. I never think she can top the last book on the torturous past of the main characters and twisted things the villain does but she manages it every time. This being the third book in the series I noticed that too many parts of each book are closely simil Dark and edgy thriller that incorporates paranormal along with the main characters being connected on a mythological base around a centuries old legend of two star-crossed lovers. The author sure likes to put uncomfortable storylines in her books. I never think she can top the last book on the torturous past of the main characters and twisted things the villain does but she manages it every time. This being the third book in the series I noticed that too many parts of each book are closely similar and interchangeable. I get the series is around the long dead star-crossed lovers of Fearless and Bear but when you know the plot points ahead of time and even what is going to happen in the book that's a little too cookie cutter for me. I'd point out the exact similarities in each book but for those that haven't read the series that would be spoilery. Fatal Dreams is a unique series that walks the line of paranormal, thriller, horror and romance. Even though I was a little disappointed with similarities between the books I still recommend this series to fans of the genre..

  25. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Horn

    WOW! Just wow! The twists. The turns. The jagged heart wrenching story of pain and destiny fused in love and passion. Combining legend and something we all crave to find in real life. I couldn't put this book down, and when I did, I was sad I had to. Abbie Roads did an amazing job bringing not only the characters to life, but the scenes as well. Keeping you enthralled at every stage. Unlike many books where you can predict the ending, I can honestly say I never knew where this story was headed, WOW! Just wow! The twists. The turns. The jagged heart wrenching story of pain and destiny fused in love and passion. Combining legend and something we all crave to find in real life. I couldn't put this book down, and when I did, I was sad I had to. Abbie Roads did an amazing job bringing not only the characters to life, but the scenes as well. Keeping you enthralled at every stage. Unlike many books where you can predict the ending, I can honestly say I never knew where this story was headed, where it would lead or where it would end. It felt it ended a bit abruptly, but with an ending like that, how could you go on. Needless to say I was not disappointed. I only wish the story lasted longer. I might just have to read it again. Or turn it into a movie, because damn. It would make one helluva movie.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Diana Brown

    Thank you Netgalley and SOURCEBOOKS Casablanca for allowing me to read Never let me fall for a honest review. I recently just finished Abbie Roads' first 2 books in this series and couldn't wait to read Thomas' story. I loved the fable of Fearless and Bear and it is once again featured here. The story is the same dark, gritty paranormal romance as Race the darkness and Hunt the dawn and picks up where Hunt the dawn ends. Helena is the perfect fit for Thomas! The story is fast-paced, lots of acti Thank you Netgalley and SOURCEBOOKS Casablanca for allowing me to read Never let me fall for a honest review. I recently just finished Abbie Roads' first 2 books in this series and couldn't wait to read Thomas' story. I loved the fable of Fearless and Bear and it is once again featured here. The story is the same dark, gritty paranormal romance as Race the darkness and Hunt the dawn and picks up where Hunt the dawn ends. Helena is the perfect fit for Thomas! The story is fast-paced, lots of action, but has some uncomfortable scenes with the evil Stepfather. Sometimes its worse thinking about what is happening rather than being shown. This is Abbie's strong suit in her stories. I hope there is more!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Felicia Skvarna

    All there was before her was grey. She brought light into his life. The gravitational pull of fate in these two characters is simply magnificent. I love the twist and turns that the plots plays on your mind. This whole story should be turned into a Lifetime movie. A damaged, hunky hero and an equally broken yet strong heroine show that true love has no bounds. Side note: Kent and Charity should totally get their own novella.... just saying...

  28. 4 out of 5

    Karen Gabriel

    This series is such a different concept than any other out there. Based on reincarnation and the possibility that a soul would be in many. This book is better than the first two, but feels like it leaves openings for more. The HEA made me cry and want a love like that. Good job, once again Abbie.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jackie

    What another totally amazing read by a fabulous author. Thomas sees people’s souls instead of colours. Then he meets Helena and perhaps a romance starts. Don’t miss out once it’s released. Loved it and ready for more books by this author.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Latifa Morrisette

    I loved the previous books in this series and I knew I would love this one. This is Thomas and Helena's book. There is action from the beginning to the end of this book. I love books likes this and I'm so excited for more!

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