Book Review: Falling Under by Jasinda Wilder

Falling Under by Jasinda Wilder

There are a few ways one can face a problem but there are much more ways to avoid facing them. Not all ways may be good, but once caught in the middle of it, whatever reasons one may have, as long as it can lessen the burden, right or wrong sometimes does not matter anymore.

This book is the story of Oz and Kylie, both from different level of society, from different type of family but music brought them closer together. This story proves that looks can be deceiving, as the famous phrase say ‘Don’t judge the book by its cover’.

I had a love/hate relationship with this book, but I can say that I prefered the first book way better than the subsequent two. There are a lot of emotions happening in this series but there are also a lot of ways the characters cope with their emotions. This series is such an emotional and consuming series.

Rating: 3.5 stars

Point of View: Multiple

Falling Under is the third book of the ‘Falling‘ series, with Falling Into You as the first one with the story of Kylie’s parents – Nell and Colton and Falling Into Us as the second book with the story of Ben’s parents – Becca and Jason. All books are can be read as a stand-alone. 

To read my review of the first two books just click below:

Falling Into You

Falling Into Us

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