Review: Falling to Pieces by L.T. Kelly

Falling to Pieces by L.T. Kelly

Genres: Paranormal romance

When Teagan Lewis moves from rural Montana to
the bright lights of London with her maker Thomas,
she expects to live as harmoniously as she has for the last one hundred-fifty years.

Teagan didn’t know she had a heart or soul until she met Marc Romano.

However, it quickly becomes clear that Marc is forbidden fruit. All the signs that he isn’t human were there from the beginning, but she chose to ignore them…to her peril.

Can she simply walk away from this mesmerizing stranger? Or should she risk her immortality to be with the man she has fallen in love with?
The Good
  • Great main character
  • Detailed world and character building
  • Excellent writing
The Bad
  • Ends on a semi-cliffhanger
The Gif

  From the very first page, I knew I was going to love Falling to Pieces. Paranormal romances are a comfort zone for me, and it felt really good to return to them with this amazing book. L.T. Kelly was a master at getting my attention and keeping it throughout the entire book. I was really in awe that this was her debut novel. It doesn't read that way. It reads like a seasoned writer wrote this.

  Everything about this book was well thought out and detailed. But the characters really stood out to me. They aren't cookie cutter. It made me love them even more. The way that Teagan's attraction to Marc was described made me immediately think of a reverse Sookie and Eric situation. Whenever a book reminds me of the Southern Vampire Mysteries, it's always a good thing. I was on the edge of my seat and rooting for them from the very first moment that Teagan was captivated by Marc's unusual and savory scent.

  Falling to Pieces is a masterpiece woven of so many elements that I adored. It is a vampire book, but it really stands out. Teagan is not a dependent, whiny girl. She's such a strong character. The book does end on a semi-cliffhanger, though. If you're a fan of the paranormal romances who's looking for a breath of new life from the genre, look no further than Falling to Pieces

**I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review with no compensation.

Check for my review of the sequel, Falling into You, next Tuesday!

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