Book Title: Fall Again
Author: Grace Henderson
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Hosted by: Book Enthusiast Promotions
You can’t know where you’re going until you know where you’ve been…
Sixteen year old Rachel Glenham was head over heels in love with seventeen year old Lucas Sheridan, their time together full of young hopes and dreams and declarations of forever. After their first meeting at ten years old, the pair were inseparable, but only for the summer. Each September when school started, Lucas would go back to his life in London and Rachel would stay in Harleston. Both from wealthy families, and both with certain expectations placed upon them, they went on with their lives, content with the knowledge the holidays would come round soon enough, and Lucas would be back.
Eight years later, and silly naïve daydreams have turned into distant memories. Rachel has given up her dreams of university, staying in Harleston to help her father run their family farm, and Lucas is a high roller in London, engaged to a supermodel and living a seemingly perfect life.
Until a series of unexpected events brings him back.
Rachel and Lucas find their chemistry is still there, but so are the years of heartbreak. As Lucas journeys into his family’s past and uncovers lies that go deeper than he could have imagined, will Rachel be able to give him the comfort he needs? Particularly when she realises he’s not the only one that’s been deceived.
Rachel and Lucas have a decision to make; either take another chance, or forget it completely.
They both loved each other once, but will it be enough to make them fall again?
When Grace isn’t working her day job, she is huddled in the corner writing or reading romance novels. Having always loved reading, it was only after changing jobs and having to put up with a long commute that it took over as an obsession. Now there isn’t a day goes by that she lets her laptop out of sight. She lives in the UK with her husband and two cats, and has a BA in Business Management. She is a compulsive tea drinker and a sucker for a ‘happily ever after.’