The Trouble with Falling by Rochelle Morgan

GoodreadsAfter the heart-shattering ending of her first serious relationship, eighteen-year-old Sophie has sworn off love. Now that school is behind her, she plans to travel the world and form as few attachments as possible. The only exception: Lex, the artist on the other end of the Internet who chats to her almost every day. A guy she can never lose—since she doesn’t actually have him to begin with.

Sophie’s plan can start as soon as she’s faked her way through her sister’s wedding. Pretending to be happy and excited for the next week or two should be easy, right? But that was before Caleb walked onto the scene … Best man to Sophie’s almost-brother-in-law, Caleb is infuriatingly friendly and determined to get a real smile out of Sophie. Forced together through dance classes and wedding-related disasters, Sophie is determined not to like him. And terrified when she ends up failing.

Then Lex suggests he and Sophie should meet, and all Sophie’s careful plans for the future begin to unravel. Now the girl who was never meant to fall for anyone must figure out what to do with the two guys tugging at her heart.


I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This book will be released October 18

Sophie has two men in her life now:

  1. Her internet friend Lex who she met on an art website, they have stayed in contact for two years. I kind of thought it was odd how they talked almost daily for two years without knowing what the other looked like.
  2. Caleb, who is WAY too friendly and happy, and he doesn’t understand personal space at times.

I will admit, I had a difficult time getting into this book at first because I’m bitter and don’t like reading about weddings, but once I figured out where the plot was going I couldn’t put the book down. Plus, Rochelle/Rachel Morgan has plot twists in all her books, and I needed to know what it would be this time… I had one twist figured out a few chapters in, but the twist at the end was totally unexpected.

Overall, this is a well written, light-hearted, and clean romance that will leave you with a smile. I highly reccomend this series if you’re looking for quick romance novels without sex. The first book is free wherever ebooks are sold.

Note: Rochelle Morgan is the pen name for Rachel Morgan, author of The Creepy Hollow series.


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