A Rose To The Fallen By April Bostic – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. However, she’s introduced to the charming bad boy Tristan Hathaway. Bridget’s first impression of Tristan is he reminds her of a beautiful fallen angel with a. Do soul mates really exist? Is there another person out there who was born just for you? And are they the only one who can answer your heart’s.
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Oct 28, Lynn Aoude added it Shelves: I absolutely loved reading about them, but there were times when they got on my nerves.
I’m glad that I found out about April and her self-published paranormal romance through MySpace.
A Rose to the Fallen : True Love and Eternity are Bound
It’s a good lengthy read, and I loved the characters and seeing their relationship develop from dating to serious to married, etc Then all of the crying and severe mood swings Of the mannyyyy references to Bridget’s anatomy I don’t think it was called vagina once.
This is one of the most boring books full of BS. Apr 23, Lauren rated it really liked it. I love Greek mythology and stories that combine it with modern day events.
Eros, My Love
If you’re undecided about this, watch Tiffany’s YouTube video on it. The side characters were also so forgettable, I can’t say even what was the name of the big bad guy he wanted to seduce Bridget from her soulmate!! Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. To ask other readers questions about A Rose blstic the Fallenplease sign up. Bridget and Tristan were incredibly interesting main characters. It’s short and slightly unbelievable, but what fantasy isn’t?
It’s kinda funny when I think about how I aprll her and her novel now that I’ve finished reading A Bostjc to the Fallen. The ending was a shock for me, but the epilogue made everything better. All I have to say is read the spectacular book!
A Rose to the Fallen by April Bostic – FictionDB
I think there could have been more thoughtfulness put into how the characters dealt with their struggles also.
English Choose a language for shopping. Dec 22, Austine NovelKnight rated it it was ok. After five years, she released her second novel, “The Howling Heart” in Augusta paranormal romance that delves into the mystical world of werewolves and Norse gods. View all 5 comments. May 19, Grace Morris rated it it was amazing. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Lists with This Book. The lack of paranormal was very aprl, but the romance made up for it. Is there cheating in this book? Maybe I’m just a sucker for undying love and cheesy romance, but still.
I felt that the book was kinda lengthy and i got annoyed often when Tristan gets upset over ridiculous things and situations You could feel the connection between these two.
I really really love this book, there are so many feelings, you can really imagine living the love, the lust, the jealousy, the heartache; Tristan is so loving that you can pretty easily fall in love with him despite his jealousy and possessiveness, this book really made arpil start believing in soulmates, and i must ti this is the first book that made me cry because of the real love an d hurt this book made yo feel, it’s amazing my favorite book ever!!.
I made myself finish the book, and yeah, I was not impressed.
Do soul orse really exist? One of the most beautiful books I’ve ever read!!! So, thank you April. I liked the idea behind the book and there were parts of it that were really intense and sweet and made me tear up, but there;’s something that didn’t do it for me and I cannot quite put my finger on it. He looks familiar and she soon realizes that he is Eros, the Greek god that she read about the previous night.
But when you have a daydream or fantasy about being swept off your feet and away from the burdens you currently carry, nothing can be wrong. The author has not only created a story about love and romance but has added a very unusual twist which makes this book better than others of its kind.
But the anonymous blogger is a clinically insane woman, so Eros couldn’t really exist The prologue really had me and as I read the book I kept waiting for the paranormal aspect of the rowe to appear, but it wasn’t until after they meet that we actually have a small glance into the supernatural.