It was a connection at first sight for David and Beth. Picking up shortly after the first book in the Faithfully Yours series ends, Never Fall follows David and Beth into the next stage of their love story.
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“Your fairy tale is about to begin.”
Beth and David’s whirlwind romance has survived a year of long-distance dating—dodging exes, dealing with jealousy, and syncing future goals. Eager to move into the next chapter of their lives together, Beth leaves California after graduation to follow her heart, joining David in his native London.
While Beth keeps busy with her university courses, David focuses on building his music career—recording and touring with his band, Vinyl Fog. They’re young and in love with the world at their feet.
Life seems perfect.
But it doesn’t take long before a series of unforeseen events challenges them like never before. How will Beth and David cope with one battle after another, and ultimately hold each other up while life keeps trying to knock them down?
Falling in love was easy.
Surviving love is the challenge.
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In My Opinion…
David and Beth are together again and taking the next step in their relationship. They are finally together—in the same place and in marriage. David’s band is getting more recognition and Beth is pursuing her college education.
Anne Carol excellently portrays the highs and lows of marriage in Never Fall. David and Beth have some serious trials they must navigate. Add to it the constant stress of the band traveling, living with David’s parents, and so much more.
I’m not quite sure what to think about David. He is protective of Beth, always wanting her with him but he often comes across as possessive and selfish. It felt to me like Beth was too often giving up her dreams to let him follow his (although she’s not perfect either. Some of the choices she makes reveals her youth). But then something would happen, and David would show his heart—his loyalty and love—for his wife and my opinion of him would swing the other way.
Overall, I appreciate that Anne Carol is writing real-life for her readers. Life isn’t all roses and sunshine after the “I do’s” are uttered. And that is so important for everyone to remember. Life is fraught with trials that couples must navigate, and how they approach and walk through those trials makes all the difference in the bonds and strengths of their relationships.
Content warning: This book has a few topics that may be trigger issues for readers including miscarriage, assault, and substance abuse.
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