Falling Under by Gwen Hayes
Pages: 325 ~give or take~
This book has always looked interesting to me, so one day I finally decided to pick it up, and I’m pretty glad I did! The first few chapters were a little confusing at times, but the more I got into the book, the more I loved it. I sat down and read it in one sitting.
The characters were great. Theia is very cautious and under the radar. It’s mostly due to her father, but I like that. A lot of characters are more flashy. I do love Theia’s change in character. “What would my mother do?” She asked at one point. Also, “I don’t want to be careful anymore.” Getting away from her dad’s strong hold and strict rules—amazing!
Haden was so confusing though! At one moment, he says Theia is the prettiest girl he’s ever known, then he ditches her and kisses Brittany’s hand! Haden was very back and forth with his feelings. He also refers to Theia as “lamb.” It’s interesting.
There was a joke about Twilight in the book that made me laugh and laugh. What’s funny is that there is the joke, but except for the fact that Haden is a demon, Falling Under and Twilight are very similar—in more ways than one.
Overall I really enjoyed this book. It is probably one of the best paranormal books I’ve read… which isn’t very many, but after reading this book I’m going to start having more of an open mind about them.
Overall Rating: 4 Stars