I fell so hard for this book! You need to read it ASAP!

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Today I am hosting the release day launch for The Way We Fall by Cassia Leo!!

I am so excited about this sexy new adult romance!

Cassia is sharing a bunch of goodies with us today, so be sure to check them out, and enter her fantastic giveaway!!

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Exclusive Excerpt:

August 13th

Houston Cavanaugh.

The first boy I ever loved. And boy, did I love him a long time. I loved him until he was a man. I loved him until he loved me back. At least, I thought he loved me.

His eyes narrow and he appears confused for a moment. “Jamie?”

My heart drops to my feet.

He doesn’t even remember me.

“No,” I say with far too much emotion.

“Oh, my God. I’m sorry. I… I know you.”

I clutch my chest, unable to breathe. Then his eyes widen with what can only be described as pure terror.

“Rory? Aurora?”

I let out a sharp puff of air. “Yeah.”

His lips are still moving. I want to hear what he’s saying, but my thoughts are pounding in time with my heart. Images flash in my mind: our bodies tangled in his sheets; the breakfast bar littered with sticky shot glasses and empty beer bottles; my empty dorm.

“Rory?”

I blink a few times to focus on his face and he looks at the floor, as if the weight of our history is pulling his head down.

“I’m sorry. Maybe I should come back later.”

“What? No!”

He looks up, startled by my outburst.

“I mean, you came to talk about the contract, so… let’s talk. I’m…” I nod toward the chair for him to sit down, then I close the office door behind him. “I’m sorry for spacing out. I was just a little surprised to see you.” I take a seat in Jamie’s chair and yelp as it begins to tip backward. “Shit!”

Houston laughs as I scoot forward and lean my elbows on the desk, hoping he doesn’t notice how the sound of his laughter makes the hairs on my arms stand up.

“Sorry. Obviously, I don’t sit on this side of the desk very often, but Jamie didn’t want to reschedule this appointment. She should be here shortly.”

“You don’t need to apologize.” The left corner of his mouth pulls up in his signature half smile and I grit my teeth against the surge of emotions welling up inside me. “I’m actually kind of glad we ran into each other.”

“Really? You hardly remembered me a minute ago.”

He chuckles again. “Yeah, sorry about that. I was just surprised.”

I can’t argue with this when I just used the same excuse. But it’s no more true coming from his lips than it is from mine. We’re not surprised to see each other. We’re terrified.

The Way We Fall Synopsis:

TWWF Amazon_1From New York Times bestselling author Cassia Leo comes a twisted and passionate love story that pushes the boundaries of loyalty.

Maybe we shouldn’t have fallen so fast and so willingly.

Maybe we shouldn’t have moved in together before we went on our first date. Maybe we should have given our wounds time to heal before we tore each other to shreds.

Maybe we should have never been together.

Houston has kept a devastating secret from Rory since the day he took her into his home. But the tragic circumstances that brought them together left wounds too deep to heal.

Five years after the breakup, Houston and Rory are thrust together by forces beyond their control. And all the resentments and passion return with more intensity than ever.

Once again, Houston is left with a choice between the truth and the only girl he’s ever loved.

The Way We Fall is the first book in The Story of Us series, which follows the tumultuous love story of Rory and Houston. The sequel, The Way We Break, will be released Spring 2015.

Cassia Leo Bio:
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Cassia Leo loves her coffee, chocolate, and margaritas with salt. When she’s not writing, she spends way too much time watching old reruns of Friends and Sex and the City. When she’s not watching reruns, she’s usually enjoying the California sunshine or reading – sometimes both.

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Let me tell you about this book!

What started off slow and rocky ended with a bang! (That is why I always give a book at least 40 pages.)

Rory (Aurora) is a 20-something college graduate finding her way in the world when she bumps into Houston, her deceased best friend’s brother and ex-boyfriend from five years ago. Now, married and running his own micro-brewery he attempts to reconnect with Rory. As their relationship develops, the darkness in their pasts unfold and we realize the two of them left a lot unsaid. As Houston’s marriage deteriorates, the two begin to fall back into familiar patterns.

The characters in this book are not your typical clear conscious hero’s. In fact, they shamelessly display some of most frightening and horrific sides of human nature and it is delicious! Who wants their heroine to have self-respect and a clear sense of right and wrong? Not me! The characters are interesting and volatile and will entrap my imagination for days to come. I give the author a standing ovation for the bravery and talent it took to write character’s who are relatable, morally corrupt, a little psychologically unstable and still leave the reader wanting more.

Please, just let me tell you the ending to this book is AMAZING! I don’t know what this statement will say about me, but when you read books involving a romantic reconnection, you do not expect this ending! This is why I loved it! Cassia Leo has gotten my attention in the world of emerging authors and I hope I’ve gotten yours to read this book!

-JL

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