03 March 2017

The Friday 56 | Can't Help Falling

Hosted weekly by Freda's Voice.

Happy Friday!

And this week's pick is yet another one of the many books I'm hoping to read soon. I have a bit of a TBR problem... Anyway, enjoy this peek at Kara Isaac's Can't Help Falling!


"Meeting a girl who intrigued him was not in the cards for this year. There was no time to be distracted."




ABOUT THE BOOK
A funny, heartfelt romance about how an antique shop, a wardrobe, and a mysterious tea cup bring two C.S. Lewis fans together in a snowy and picturesque Oxford, England. 
Emelia Mason has spent her career finding the dirt on the rich and famous. But deep down past this fearless tabloid-reporter fa├žade, there’s a nerdy Narnia-obsessed girl who still can’t resist climbing into wardrobes to check for the magical land on the other side. When a story she writes produces tragic results, she flees to Oxford, England—home to C.S. Lewis—to try and make amends for the damage she has caused. 
Peter Carlisle was on his way to become one of Great Britain’s best rowers—until he injured his shoulder and lost his chance at glory. He’s determined to fight his way back to the top even if it means risking permanent disability to do so. It’s the only way he can find his way past failing the one person who never stopped believing in his Olympic dream. 
When Peter and Emelia cross paths on her first night in Oxford, the attraction is instant and they find common ground in their shared love of Narnia. But can the lessons from a fantasyland be enough to hold them together when secrets of the real world threaten to tear them apart? Cobblestone streets, an aristocratic estate, and an antique shop with curious a wardrobe bring the world of Narnia to life in Kara Isaac’s inspiring and romantic story about second chances.

So, what do you think? (Do you have a TBR problem, too?)

2 comments:

  1. Sounds like a lovely read! Happy weekend!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Freda!

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