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Breaking Gravity (Fall Back Series #2) (English Edition) di [Grey, Autumn]
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**Breaking Gravity is the second book in the Fall Back series. It can be read as a standalone, but it's advisable to read the first book in the series, Fall Back Skyward**

I've always followed my dreams with ruthless determination.
My life was going well. Success was at my fingertips.
Until it wasn't.
All it took was three seconds to send my world crashing down around me,
ripping my dreams to shreds.
Then I meet her, with her large hazel eyes that slay me at first glance.
And everything starts to make sense again.
I try to keep my distance.
To remind myself I am her mentor.
That we can't be more,
but every time I push away, I'm pulled deeper into her.
The line between student and teacher is blurring.
One kiss.
One taste.
They’re all it would take to cross the line.

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  • Editore: AG; 1 edizione (26 marzo 2017)
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Ho conosciuto Autumn quando adocchiai il primo libro di questa serie, e nel momento in cui ho visto il suo post nel gruppo delle VBB Vixens non ho potuto fare a meno di partecipare al giveaway :D Mi aspettavo un tranquillissimo romance che probabilmente mi avrebbe fatto commuovere . . . invece sono andata incontro a un romanzo infuocatissimo!

Ho amato tantissimo il personaggio di Nathaniel Rowe, ex violoncellista di fama mondiale che, a seguito di un orribile incidente, non è più in grado di usare il braccio destro (non con una funzionalità del 100%). È un uomo dal fascino oscuro e tormentato, che porta su di sé un senso di colpa terribile.

Elon è una studentessa della Rushmore School of Music e non si separa mai dal suo violoncello. Bellezza folgorante dai capelli rossi e giganteschi occhi verdi, strega Nate nel preciso istante in cui, entrando in classe per la sua prima lezione, la sorprende a russare e a sbavare sul banco.

L'attrazione tra Nate e Elon divampa come un incendio ed è incontenibile. Mi ha preso del tutto alla sprovvista, tanto era erotica! Ragazze, fidatevi, comprate un estintore o tenete vicino una bacinella d'acqua ghiacciata, perché andrete letteralmente a fuoco :3 Il Professor Rowe è veramente eccitante!

La relazione proibita tra questi due personaggi li consumerà e legherà indissolubilmente, portandoli a non poter più fare a meno l'uno dell'altra. Ma il pericolo è sempre dietro l'angolo, sia esso appartenente al passato o al presente, e minaccia di distruggerli entrambi...

Non vi dico più niente, se non GO GO GO GRAB IT!
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5.0 su 5 stelle Simply exceptional from beginning to end. 5 huge stars!! 27 marzo 2017
Di mjlovestoread - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
At first glance Breaking Gravity lured me in with the promise of a forbidden student/teacher romance, a particular favorite of mine. But as soon as I got a bit deeper into the book, it became crystal clear that it so much more. Autumn Grey brings her A game with this one and wrote a story that I would not soon forget. That was a given.

With Elon and Nate, the chemistry between them crackled almost immediately. All it took was one look between the Professor and his Little Wolf and it was all over. The fact that Elon had already revered the once great cellist that was Nate before a horrific and devastating incident changed the course of his life, only added to the heat that bound them mercifully. Their time together, whether in class or in Nate's office with Elon as his assistant, was never going to be easy and I enjoyed every uncomfortable and sexually tension-filled moment!

What makes this book stand out from so many others is that the characters are extremely well-written and have so much more to share than just their lust for one another. Nate with his demons and guilt over the loss of his fiance and his career, and Elon, who we met in book 1 of this series, never feeling as if she is deserving of an HEA after years of abuse at the hands of both her father and a despicable boyfriend. Two very broken souls who are each other's unexpected solace.

I think more than anything, I appreciated that the author wrote each character thoughtfully and accurately. Elon only being 21, she had the wisdom and grace of a much older person. However, there is still that playful side of her that Nate just couldn't resist and together with her honesty, she is a heroine I truly enjoyed getting to know. Nate, as the 'adult' so to speak in this relationship, had the proverbial devil and angel on each shoulder, always stuck in between his sense of right and duty and his unwavering affection for Elon. I loved that neither of them were true 'runners'. They faced the impending doom, relishing this wrong kind of love even though they knew it would have to end, the author showing that you don't have to necessarily separate a couple to have angst.

There are numerous very passionate, very erotic trysts between Nate and Elon that kept the heat turned up throughout this book. But underneath all the physical was a ton of heart. Their sexy times would ultimately end with tender moments and whispers of hope and eventually, great love. My heart broke for them more than once, at times not wanting to continue, not wanting this affair to ever end. I have to give a shout out to the great secondary characters, particularly Amber, Izzy, Bennett, Elise and even Nick. They were necessary whenever Nate or Elon needed a voice of reason and never took away from the crux of this story.

I can only conclude with saying that this is a must read. Any fan of the forbidden will want to consume this book just as I did. From the stunning cover to the most touching of epilogues, Breaking Gravity is a winner through and through.

Kudos to Autumn Grey for writing a true 5++ star read!!
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5.0 su 5 stelle 4.5 "Little Wolf" Stars ;) 29 marzo 2017
Di Jeannine - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
4.5 stars...

"What are we doing?"
"Breaking gravity... We're breaking rules. When I'm with you, nothing else matters. Nothing can touch me or pull me down. Not even gravity."

This might be one of my favorite quotes/tie-in to a title/general concept EVER! I FLOVED this scene <3 I loved how much meaning it brought to the title (which I already loved) and how romantic it was. And it's just perfect for Nate and Elon! PERFECT I tell you!!

The characters and the writing were SPOT ON, which isn't surprising. I loved FBS and I'm beyond excited for the rest of this series and more AG books in general! The woman can write.

I'm one of those people who love to crush on the heroine as much as I do the heroes. But I find that I'm extra critical of the female characters. Getting me to love a hero is easy. Even when I don't necessarily like the things he does (*ahem* Vicious) and I couldn't personally see *myself* falling for him, if the author can show me how much he loves the heroine, and throws in some swoony lines, I'm sold. Book boyfriend for life. But the heroine is trickier, because I think, as a woman, I'm constantly imagining how I'd do things differently or if I'd even be friends with the girl. Now I'm not saying I dislike most of the heroines I read, not at all, but for me to truly love them it takes a lot of work and talent by the author. All that being said, I crushed on Elon. Hard. She's my favorite type of girl... a little shy--but still bold, awkward--but confident, sweet--but unafraid to be sassy, and a little flawed, but somehow still perfect in who she is and what she's about.

Now Nate... *fans myself* He was exactly the kind of alpha I like!! To be honest, it's pretty rare for me to like an alpha male, because he's always written in a way that makes him seem arrogant and like he doesn't really care about the heroines feelings/wants. But Nate was dominant without doing any of the stuff that annoys me. And the things he said... dear God, it was hot. I don't always talk about the sex when reviewing, but there is no talking about Nate without talking about sex. He was perfect and delicious. And his Little Wolf endearment? I loved it, it was sweet, sexy, and sensual all at once. And honestly that was how Nate was, because despite his dirty mouth, he was so flipping swoon-worthy!

He wasn't afraid of his feelings. There is some push-pull, which is expected in a forbidden romance, but I never got the feeling that he struggled with how he felt for Elon. And when it came time to tell his family, he didn't keep them a secret... I LOVED that, it's such a break from the typical student-teacher trope.

And oh man, there were a lot of funny parts. I honestly wasn't expecting to be laughing so much...

The only complaint I had was I wish they hadn't fallen (in lust) so quickly, given the forbidden nature I wish there had been more resistance. And there is one other thing but it's spoilery and a me issue anyway. But these were super tiny and if you love student-teacher tropes, you'll definitely want to check this out!!

Is book three done yet?!?!
5.0 su 5 stelle Amazing Read! 28 marzo 2017
Di Richelle Robinson - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Elon has had a rough upbringing and vowed to never be like her mother. For the most part she has accomplished that until Rick came into her life and turned it upside down. After her encounter with Rick she keeps her circle small and stays to herself. Living in her little bubble was going great until Professor Nate showed up. I really liked Elon because at first I thought she was going to be shy and quiet but she was funny and sassy. She knew how to push Nate’s buttons and rile him up. Yet she also knew when to turn it off and be what he needed. Her character was a breath of fresh air and I found her likeable and relatable.

Nate. Where do I begin with him? My heart broke for him for the pain and guilt he was going through. Nate is barely surviving and is putting on a good facade and trying to make it seem like “he's fine”. All of that comes to a halt when he becomes Elon’s Professor. He knows this is wrong but he can't help the way he feels. Will he take that risk? Will he play it safe and do the right thing?

This was a Student/Teacher taboo book done right! The sexual tension between Elon and Nate was off the charts hot!!! With that being said it wasn't just about sex with these two. They are both suffering in their own ways and can finally breathe and let their guard down with each other. They each wanted to become the person they knew they could be once they found each other. I loved the way they progressed individually and as a couple. Their banter was everything for me in this book. Elon always kept Nate on his toes and he didn't know what to expect from her and it was very amusing at times. Her nickname for him had me cracking up several times in this story. I loved how protective Nates was of Elon.He showed her how a real man is supposed to be and what it is to be truly loved and protected. Elon also showed Nate is was ok to be happy again.

“Fear cripples us, makes us weak. If you allow it to take over your life, it can easily incapacitate you. But if you stare at it in the eye, chances are you've already defeated that feeling. It's only through fear that we discover how strong we are. “

“If there is one thing life has taught me, it is that at times we experience pain and loss, we feel hopeless, faithless. But hidden beneath all the negatives, there's laughter and love and hope if you are patient enough.”

This was my first time reading anything by this author and her words and storytelling sucked me right in from the very beginning. This was a story that I couldn't stop reading and devoured in a few hours. Even though it's billed as a taboo story it touches on so many topics. In this book you will experience highs and lows, ups and downs. This is what life's all about. Bad things happen to good people all the time but it's how we deal with the situation that defines us. This book is also about finding your strength, courage to face tough situations and seeking closure to move on. Things won't always work out in your favor but you have to have strength to carry on. This book is one that will stay with me for a long time. I love a book that you can relate to and leaves you reeling with emotions. If I could give this book 10 stars I would. Well done Autumn Grey.
5.0 su 5 stelle Breathtakingly beautiful! I love Nate and Elon. 28 marzo 2017
Di Malene_D(BadAndDirtyBooks) - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
First I want to make one thing clear. I'm claiming Nathaniel Rowe. Yes, I'm going to fight Elon for him but I don't care. He's mine and became that from his first appearance in the prologue and in his classroom towering over a sleeping Elon.

Nate's presence oozes male and assertiveness. In his class he's in his element and doing what he knows best. Dedicated to his craft. Teaching about music. Out of the classroom he's so much more. He's a loving uncle to his niece and nephew, a rock of an older brother to Izzy whom he loves with all his heart. Supportive of his best friend Bennett who's married to Izzy.
Elon is so much more than a quiet mouse. She's an observer and only speaks when she's has something to say and believe me she has plenty to say when it matters. Her relationship with her two sisters Nor, Elise and her nieces are her everything. She loves playing her cello and reading her books.

Nate and Elon are two flawed people who have a lot in common but the most obvious is that they're fighters. They fight for the people they love and as the story progresses they start to fight for themselves too and what they want and need in life.
They've both experienced loss and trauma which has caused them both to feel guilt, loose faith in love, themselves and also what they think they deserve or are worthy of from life. When they cross paths as teacher and student in Nate's classroom suddenly everything changes and yet everything becomes totally clear to both of them. Their attraction is undeniable and instantly. I felt it!! Their chemistry and want for each other jumped off the pages. I literally got chills and goosebumps at times. I loved how they both flirted and couldn't help themselves when they were around one another. I especially loved Elon's brazenness. She showed another side. A sexier one. She took charge. Nate was in another league. He's a beast when it comes to his woman. He cares, wants and loves his little but strong wolf. I love how their relationship slowly evolves into more. It's a slow burn but a sizzling hot one.

Breaking Gravity is so much more than a teacher/student story. It's about two people who's not looking for love but finds it in the most unexpected and inconvenient place. They're both haunted by theirs pasts and their choices which has led them to believe that they're no such thing as a happy ever after or a second chance. It's about growth and redemption. But most of all it's about love and how far you will go for it. No matter the consequences.

Autumn Grey has created an intoxicating story about forbidden love with so many layers. The story is well developed and every character have their place and importance to the story. I love Nate's sister Izzy and her husband Bennett. They're so much fun.
Autumn Grey delivers in spades when it comes to romance and angst. Her prose have never been better. Flawless and filled with so much depth and love for this story. Breaking Gravity is definitely a must read.

5 BadAssDirtyLittleWolfStars
4.0 su 5 stelle Poignant and innovative 28 marzo 2017
Di Sarah Arndt - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
The thing I regret most about my experience in reading this book is that I didn’t reread Fall Back Skyward right before I started. These books have overlapping timelines and I hadn’t read Nor’s story since shortly after it released in May of 2016, understandably I had forgotten a lot of what had transpired in that book and I feel like having that all fresh in my mind would have made Breaking Gravity so much more impactful. Throughout the story, I continually regretted my decision to not do a reread. I will definitely be scheduling a series reread before the next book in the series comes out. Just for clarifications sake, I would like to assure you these books are interconnected stand-alones and can be read without having read the other books, but I would highly recommend reading the books in order and the series in full.
Elon and Nathaniel had both been horribly scarred by love, both physically and emotionally. Elon, however, made the decision to continue living whether she was destined for love or not. Nathaniel chose to live in his pain, grieving the loss of the things he loved most in the world became the crux of his existence. They were so similar, both so damaged, so alone, yet wildly different in the ways they faced the world after the events that changed their lives so terribly. It was these differences, these completely different world views, coupled with the acuity of their pain, that made Elon and Nathaniel such perfect partners. Each of their strengths and weaknesses were perfect counterpoints to the other.
Breaking Gravity was deeply moving and quite different from other student/teacher romances. There were honestly times when I forgot Elon and Nate had a student/teacher relationship at all because they seemed on a completely level playing field outside of the classroom, if anything Elon often had the upper hand in matters of the heart. I have a deep appreciation for how Autumn Grey depicted the quiet strength Elon possessed and how she used that strength to both her own heart and Nate’s.
I would have loved to have seen the end of the book explored more thoroughly. I appreciate that the loose ends were tied up as well as they could be, while still leaving room for the next book in the series, but it felt rushed to me. After an otherwise well-written and purposeful book the last few chapters didn’t have the same feeling or tempo as what had come before. I always prefer a show, don’t tell approach to storytelling and that aspect of the ending feel short, for me.
Autumn Grey has proven to me, over the course of the two books of hers I’ve read, that she is someone to pay attention to. Her stories are important and fresh, her writing allows me to get lost in words that I love. I am sure that her artistry will continue to provide poignant and innovative storylines. I look forward to seeing what she comes up with next and the ways she’ll make me feel those words deep in my heart.
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