Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Review: Soaring with Fallon (Big Sky #4) by Kristen Proby

Book info:
TitleSoaring with Fallon
Author:  Kristen Proby
SeriesBig Sky #4
Genre:  Adult contemporary romance
Release Date:  March 12th, 2019
Source:  E-galley from Social Butterfly PR which did not influence my opinion
My rating:  4 stars

Fallon McCarthy has climbed the corporate ladder. She’s had the office with the view, the staff, and the plaque on her door. The unexpected loss of her grandmother taught her that there’s more to life than meetings and conference calls, so she quit, and is happy to be a nomad, checking off items on her bucket list as she takes jobs teaching yoga in each place she lands in. She’s happy being free, and has no interest in being tied down. 

When Noah King gets the call that an eagle has been injured, he’s not expecting to find a beautiful stranger standing vigil when he arrives. Rehabilitating birds of prey is Noah’s passion, it’s what he lives for, and he doesn’t have time for a nosy woman who’s suddenly taken an interest in Spread Your Wings sanctuary. 

But Fallon’s gentle nature, and the way she makes him laugh, and feel again draws him in. When it comes time for Fallon to move on, will Noah’s love be enough for her to stay, or will he have to find the strength to let her fly?

My Review:
This was the second book in this series I read, the other one was by another favorite author of mine, Samantha Young.  It was fun reading this one after Hold On, because I always getting to have a peek back into the world of characters I've enjoyed from other books.  This one started off similar in that I assumed it was going to be a very short and sweet story.  However this story-line was longer than I guessed at first, and I was definitely glad for that.    I enjoyed the time that Fallon and Noah had to get together and get to know each other, and finally to fall in love.  There were several road blocks in their way, and each one seemed to be a perfect fit for what the characters needed to overcome to get to their happily ever after.  

I am hoping to read more of the books in the series at some point, because I want to know more about the different characters that I know I met in this book.  My only issue at all, is that in both this synopsis and the synopsis for the other one I read, it makes it seem as if the man is going to hold out more than he does.  The guys really do seem to know exactly what they want, and that it is this woman, almost as soon as they meet them.