DEEPER WE FALL
AUTHOR: Chelsea M. Cameron
PUBLICATION INFORMATION: January 12th 2013
Categories: New Adult, Contemporary, Romance
WHAT IT’S ABOUT: Two years after her best friend was involved in a car accident that caused a traumatic brain injury, Lottie Anders is ready to start her freshman year of college. Ready to move on. Ready to start forgetting the night that ripped her life apart.
Her plans come to a screeching halt when not one, but both brothers responsible for the accident end up back in her life again.
Zack is cruel, selfish and constantly rubbing what happened to her friend in Lottie’s face.
Zan is different. He listens to her awkward ramblings. He loves, To Kill a Mockingbird as much as she does, and his dark eyes are irresistible. His words are few and far between, but when he does speak, she can’t help but listen.
The trouble is, Zan was the driver in the accident, and now Lottie’s discovered he lied to her about what happened that night. Now she must decide if trusting him again will lead to real forgiveness, or deeper heartache.
MY THOUGHTS: Wow. That sounds pretty deep (pardon the pun). I am definitely going to be reading this one, it sounds very different and unique from other contemporary romances out there, and doesn’t seem like it’s going to give everything – including the happily ever after – up easily. I really like the cover too. The different watery shades of blue and the hands reaching for each other with one slightly slipping away it very nice. I really like the title font as well, and the placement of everything works great with the image too.
AUTHOR INFO: Chelsea M. Cameron is a YA/NA New York Times and USA Today Best-Selling author from Maine. Lover of things random and ridiculous, Jane Austen/Charlotte and Emily Bronte Fangirl, red velvet cake enthusiast, obsessive tea drinker, vegetarian, former cheerleader and world’s worst video gamer. When not writing, she enjoys watching infomercials, singing in the car and tweeting. She has a degree in journalism from the University of Maine, Orono that she promptly abandoned to write about the people in her own head. More often than not, these people turn out to be just as weird as she is.