This is one of those books which keeps you invested until the very end. It spans over a decade with brief encounters between Nathaniel and Presley. Their chemistry is volatile at best and Nate doesn’t miss a beat when it comes to winding up Presley. He loves nothing more than calling her Princess.
With cameos from some well loved characters in her Heart series, was icing on the cake.
Kaleidoscope Hearts will always be a firm favourite of mine, but The Consequence of Falling holds its own.
Enemies-to-lovers office romance, what’s not to love?
Claire never fails to deliver and always manages to evoke all the feels. A very worthwhile read.
The thing about falling was that it didn’t happen the way everyone imagined it. Sometimes it happened slowly, over time, and other times you found yourself waiting for the other person to catch up.
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The Consequence of Falling Synopsis;
The list of things I hate is short. Not even my soon-to-be ex-husband is on that list. Nope. I save only the worst of the worst, the crème de la crème, the absolute I cannot even for this list . . .
1. Black coffee
2. Rude people
3. Nathaniel Bradley
Which is why when my father informs me that he’s making Nathaniel Bradley his new business partner, and in turn, my boss, I flip out.
1. He’s an annoying know-it-all.
2. He calls me a spoiled princess every chance he gets.
3. He disapproves of everything I do.
I go into this knowing I’ll hate every second in his presence. Except the longer he’s around, the more I find myself staring at his lips and remembering the one time they were on mine. I randomly find myself looking at his hands and wondering how they’d feel on my skin.
I try to snap out of it, but I guess I’m not as smart as I thought I was. No matter how many times I remind myself of the times I’ve practically thrown myself at him and he’s pushed me away, I keep falling little by little.
I’d always heard that it was a bad idea to mix business with pleasure and if that’s the case, this thing with Nathaniel has demise written all over it.