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Sunday, May 5, 2013

How it Rolls by Lila Felix





 
 

 
 


About How It Rolls (Book #2):
Blurb:
Despite the odds, Reed Wolfe is making it, by the skin of her teeth. Her dreams and aspirations will have to wait until she can get on her feet. Because right now she’s homeless and churning on a downward spiral. 

Falcon Black is existing. Not living, not thriving, just jutting along a path. But when he finds Reed, he can’t resist the urge to help her, lighten her load. But Falcon tends to go overboard, over the line, crossing boundaries he never thought he would and risking her trust in the process. 

Can she accept his love or will it end up smothering her?
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Jaime's Review:
 
4.5 stars
 
I love skating books. Especially bad ass chicks who Roller Derby it up! I wouldn't be able to that's for sure but here, Reed and Nellie are awesome!
 
Even though this is the second in the series, I didn't feel that I needed to read the first one to figure things out. Which is awesome because I didn't have the first one on hand. :)
 
This was a very well put together story about a young woman who is starting over.  Or trying to anyway.  Reed is trying to find herself when she finds Nellie who offers her a job. 

Enter Falcon, who is immediately taken by this orange haired beauty.  He's trying to get to know her but finds that she has secrets herself that she isn't wanting anyone to know.  His brother Maddox finds out one of her secrets and tells Falcon. 

This secret might destroy their budding relationship. 

Read to find out what happens! :)

It's awesome, I loved it and I will definitely be reading the rest of the series!!! 


 
 
 

Lila Felix Bio

 

Lila Felix made the decision to write a book after being encouraged by friends. She is a stay

at home mom to three wild children and three boisterous dogs. Between writing books she

loves read and watch sappy 80's movies. Favorite things: ice cream, anything purple, roller

derby and any kind of music she can get her hands on. If you're looking for her, try looking

under Cypress trees in the swamps of Louisiana.

 

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