She was afraid of it.
He was used to it.
There’s not much that MacKenzie Rivers is afraid of. In the small town of Windsor, Colorado, she is known for her easygoing, strong personality, some would even say she isn’t afraid of anything. But MacKenzie knows that’s not true. She’s afraid of losing those closest to her. Recovering from a family tragedy, Kenzie is fully aware of just how big an impact death can have on those it leaves behind. Seeing its effects on other people is something she just can’t quite handle. From now on, Kenzie is her own priority.
There are not many things that Jaden Hunter can make sense of. He doesn’t understand why it was his parents who lost their lives last year. He doesn’t understand why his friends don’t crack jokes around him any more. He doesn’t understand why his teachers still insist on letting him skip assignments. He doesn’t understand why MacKenzie, the girl he was falling for last year, has suddenly distanced herself from him.
Too afraid to get wrapped up in Jaden’s world as he deals with the tragic death of his parents, Kenzie has stayed away from him as best she can, until one night when they unexpectedly come face-to-face for the first time in months. As old feelings resurface and new memories are made, both MacKenzie and Jaden show each other how to appreciate the little things in life, the moments that are taken for granted. But will MacKenzie dare to fall for the one person she’s so afraid of growing close to?
Title: Dare to Fall
Author: Estelle Maskame
Publisher: Ink Road
First Published: 27/07/2017 This Edition: 27/07/2017
Started: 23/07/2017 Finished: 27/07/2017 Pages: 258
My Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
I received an e-copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review!
I really wish that there was an epilogue at the end of this because there were a few things that I still wanted to know about. However it was an incredible read, I read this alongside other books because this is an e-book but I never got bored reading this at all.
When I go to 90% of the book I got real nervous about how things were going to go because ALL the revelations were just going to come out and I was thinking it was all going to go bad!
This book includes grief from Kenzie’s family and the Hunter twins, though both dealing with grief and loss they both do it very differently and we can see how they deal with it and just a warning you will probably end up crying.
Estelle’s writing is incredible and so was this book, I loved this story and all of the characters, Estelle is an amazing and talented author, I haven’t read any of Estelle Maskame’s Did I Mention I Love You trilogy but after I reading this I think that I will be picking them up and I can’t wait to start reading more from her!
Now I need to buy a copy of this beautiful book so that it can grace my bookshelves!
This book is out now, links below to find out more and buy a copy.