About the Book
Title: After The Fall
Author: Carissa Lusk
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Amity cries out into the darkness that surrounds her, hoping for a solitary voice to provide direction; she hears two.
She has an epic love for Alexander, yet the loneliness brought on by the miles that separate them can only be curbed by the cryptic affection of Marcus Riley. Amity can’t understand the strange familiarity she finds in the wild blue of Marcus’s eyes, but she will soon learn his secret.
Plagued with dreams and memories of lives beyond her own, a tragic fate will emerge from the ashes of a love scorned. Eventually, she will discover the dark truth that will leave her running for her life, and she will learn who sacrificed everything to save it.
Carissa Lusk grew up in a small town in West Virginia and never moved far from home. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Concord College. She credits her love of reading and writing to Kate Chopin, Emily Bronte, and her mom. After the Fall is Carissa’s debut novel.
How can I begin this review when I am at a loss for words? I was expecting a good read but this, this was more, this was one that had me within its grasps. When I signed up for this tour I imagined I would read the book and enjoy it like I usually do, usually if the blurb captures my attention, I know I am going to enjoy it. However, this I found unable to leave my grasps, finishing it within the first two days, and having to pick it up again to read it as if I was reading it for the first time, that says a lot.
I absolutely enjoyed the plot, there are certain sections, for me at least, that slowed the pace of the book, though it was nothing that was not tolerable, but rather, helped keep you tied into the book, and those sections were very rare.
Honestly, for those of our readers who even prefer genres outside of paranormal/fantasy, I would still say this book would be an enjoyable read for anyone.
I am glad I was able to participate and provide my review for this book and this tour, This was one I would have regretted missing.
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