Book Description For Falcon Song
Kate can handle that Jason Falcon is gorgeous.
And she can handle that he is fantastically talented, and competent, and funny, and sweet, and . . . . well, all of the things he is.
What she isn’t sure she can handle is that he and his country band have suddenly become wildly famous.
Even though she has always known that he near worships her, with millions of girls now throwing themselves at him, Kate is afraid that Jason will find he no longer loves Kate best. Then, when she discovers something completely earth shattering, it only makes her more unsure.
Realizing that she can never settle for less than absolute devotion, as she is struggling to find what her place will be in Jason’s new top of the charts world, Kate wonders how you can ever truly know that things will work out.
Does True Love Always Lead To Happily Ever After?
About the author
Kristin Cross was a mostly obedient child—unless her mom wanted her to put her book down. She grew up in the Rockies and traveled with her family enough to want to travel more and have adventures in all those exotic looking places on the map that she hasn’t been to—yet. Now, as an adult, she also loves relaxing at home in the mountains and coming up with stories about those places. Motherhood has been her best time yet, and she wishes she’d had more than just four marvelous children. She loves a good storm, a beautiful sunset, the wind in her face, puppies, and fresh mangos with her shrimp. And her husband, DJ. She truly adores DJ.
The book had the makings of a great story. A small town couple who are trying to make a long distance relationship work. A young girl who is insecure about her boyfriend’s new lifestyle thanks to him making it big on the music scene.
However, quite early on I was put off by Kate’s character. She seemed too insecure and her ‘holier-than-thou’ attitude was irritating, to say the least. Yes, she was angry with herself and Jason for getting drunk and breaking her vow of chastity, but somehow, it came across that Jason was more to blame than her.
Her reluctance to marry Jason, who did come across as a decent bloke, was further compounded by her poor decision to hide their child from him. Later in the story, her sneaky behaviour of going to check up on him to see if he was flirting with other women showed that she hadn’t really grown up at all, and whether her attitude would make for a good relationship with anyone is questionable.
I do read Christian romance, but this one seemed too much for me!
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Disclosure: I received a free e-book in exchange for an honest review.