What happens when the life you’ve taken for granted gets suddenly turned upside down?
Erica Kennedy was excited about starting her freshman year of college at State University with her best friend Monica. Out of the blue, her parents surprised everyone with a divorce that quickly turned nasty and she was forced to change all of her plans for the fall. Now, no longer attending State, Erica enrolls in Bishop University, a local four-year school geared more for older, working adults and those serving in the military at the nearby Air Force Base.
Being one of the younger students, Erica feels out of place. With two of her classes actually being on the military base, she’s even more uncertain because the classes there are filled with good-looking military men along with another interesting group who wear gray jumpsuits bearing the name The Falcon Club.
One guy in particular, Jaime, catches her attention and she can’t resist the urge to find out more about him.
Not sure if it’s luck or just coincidence, Erica is placed in a study group with Jaime and the mystery behind his gray jumpsuit becomes even more intriguing as does her attraction to him. What she thought was just an elite military group turns out to be so much more.
In discovering the truth, can she stop herself from falling even more for him or will she take her chances and risk everything for a relationship with him?
The Falcon Club: Falling for Him, told from Erica’s point of view, is the first book in the two-part series. It will conclude with The Falcon Club: Falling for Her, Jaime’s story, which is told from his point of view.
The Falcon Club is like no other club you have read about before!
|I give this 4 stars.
When I first started reading this book I was trying to be open minded.
Jaime is part of a group call Falcon Club. He was taking college course on a military base with other from this group as well as other. This was his last semester before graduating. But just what is this Falcon Club. It is group of men incarcerated in the prison on base. They have committed federal crimes. It was a federal prison on a military base that are for those who are not required to have maximum security.
Erica was fresh out of high school. She was supposed to have fone to a state college but her parents divorce stopped that so she enrolled in a smaller college and rook night classes where she met Jamie.
Jamie knew the rules he was suppose to follow while taking classes but when he met Erica he started stretching those rules. They started to grow closer as the semester wore on. But just how close would they get? What would happened after his graduation?
I would recommend this to reader who like a different kind of romance. There wasn’t a lot of sex but a lot of courting.
~Lisa The Book Nuts
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Amy Stephens is a new adult/contemporary romance author. Originally from Greenville, Alabama, she now lives in Robertsdale, Alabama, just minutes from the beautiful Alabama Gulf Coast beaches, with her husband and son. She is a graduate of Troy University with a Master’s in Human Resource Management. She works in retail management full-time during the day and pursues her passion for writing in her down time.
When she’s not working or writing, you will find her reading, watching her favorite football team, the Auburn Tigers, her favorite baseball team, the Atlanta Braves, or watching NASCAR. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
She’s just recently completed her second series: The Falcon Club: Falling for Him (book one) and The Falcon Club: Falling for Her (book two). Both are available through Booktrope.
She is also the author of the Coming Home series: Don’t Turn Back (May 2014), Never Look Back (September 2014) and Heart of the Matter (November 2014). The Ride Home for Christmas (December 2014) is her first standalone holiday romance novella.