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Catching a Fallen Starr

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Published 01 Jan 1970
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Can someone so callused and damaged by this world ever allow themselves to truly experience love?
The nick name hides the truth of who she really is. After losing everything, Starr does the unthinkable…she uses again. As her carefully maintained illusion of recovery begins to crumble around her, she is presented with a quick fix to all her problems, but anything worth having doesn't come easily.
This story follows Falling for a Bentley.
Can be read as a stand-alone.
Not an HEA.

"Catching a Fallen Starr" Reviews

- Fayetteville, TN
Thu, 26 Feb 2015

If I could I would definitely give this book 10 Stars!!!
There aren't a lot of books that can make me cry. Laugh, yell, extremely confuse me, yes. But cry, no. Catching A Fallen Starr is one of those books that's so raw, and honest, and completely breathtaking that you have no other choice but to shed a few tears.
STARR is going through so much. Much more than any one person should ever go through in life. In this life you have to look out for yourself, & she has mastered that art. And yes, sometimes her self-pity can be so annoying that you just want to slap her and tell her to get her crap together. But slowly she is learning that the things worth having are also worth fighting for. That there are more important things/people in this world than just yourself.
SAWYER, the hot cop who just wants to find, keep, and love her. He wants to protect her, love her, and show her just how special, and beautiful she is despite the ugliness the world has thrust upon her.
I loved that this was a non-traditional finding-yourself-love-story. It shows not everything is planned, and not everything is good. It shows that sometimes someone comes into your life for a reason, so they can show you you're not useless. You're not worthless. You're beautiful in everyway imaginable. And no matter what you are worth catching.

- Greenwood, IN
Thu, 26 Feb 2015

This ARC was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.
We follow Starr through the journey her life takes after starting to use drugs again after having some clean time. She has lost her family and friends, she's broke and getting evicted....Nothing is coming easy for her or going her way.
I don't want to ruin any of the plot by saying anything about what happens. The whole story keeps you hanging on the edge of your seat. You never know what is going to happen next and you feel every emotion that Starr experiences as she feels them. Even if you don't want to.
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- Ladoga, IN
Wed, 04 Mar 2015

~I was given this book for an honest review.~
This book brings out a lot of emotions, there's times you want to laugh, cry and kick somebody in the nuts. I really enjoyed this book but I had one issue and I'm sure how to explain without ruining some of the plot. I just thought it ruined the flow of the book for me. It was a flashback and I'm not sure it was needed.
I felt some much with Starr, granted I haven't been as low as she's been, but I know what it's like to fall for the wrong guy. Starr, with this book even though, she is down on her luck and about to homeless, falls for the charm of prince charming. Prince Charming he isn't, more like your worst nightmare.
Sawyer, despite his upbringing, is a saint. He has been burned way to many times, but all he needs is a love of good woman. He has dedicated his life to being a cop and saving lives. He comes across a case and realizes who it is. He does everything in his power to save Starr from this dreadful situation. He is her hero.
When they get together, it is explosive, even if there times you want to smack them. I didn't even see the ending happening the way it did and it will leave you crying ugly tears.
This was a beautifully written book and I can't wait to read more from this author

- Greenfield Center, NY
Mon, 02 Mar 2015

As I sit here and write a review for Catching a Fallen Starr, the most powerful story I have read in a long time, I am crying. Sawyer is a sexy bachelor from Loa Angeles; Starr is a trouble lost girl who is using. Every page had me on the edge of my seat. One of the most gut wrenching, heart breaking, and emotional, powerful stories I have ever read. The more I read the more I my heart went out to Starr. I felt this story all the way to my soul! I wanted to jump in the book and just hold and protect Starr. Sawyer helps Starr with her addiction and this progress from there. (Sorry don’t want to give too much away). And the ending OMG, I never saw that coming. Wow!!!!!!! The word pimp has taken on a whole new meaning for me. If you want a powerful story that will reach deep in your soul and a good ugly cry, this is the book to read. Will Sawyer be able to save Starr? Well you will have to read it and find out. Warning: will need a box or 2 of tissues... I will be reading more from this author And to the author Adriana Law: Bravo, this is hands down one the most powerful phenomenal books I have ever read. Congratulations!!!!

- Salisbury, NC
Thu, 26 Mar 2015

- The United States
Wed, 01 Apr 2015

Oh wow! This was a very intense, emotional read and I didn't expect any less coming from Adriana. I absolutely loved Sawyer and how good of a hero he truly was. Starr needed him so much and I felt that with every word that I read of them two together. The emotions just rolled off the pages and you can truly see that Adriana put her heart into this book. It's a bit dark and deals with a difficult subject that you don't read a lot about. This author is amazing at putting these reads together.
If you want an emotional, intense read with a very sexy, caring hero that will capture your heart, then you need to pick this book up and read it! It also had a bit of Sterling in it too and I LOVE Sterling. If you haven't met him yet, then go and pick up Falling For A Bentley.
Congratulations, Adriana on a beautifully written story with love, pain and heartache and a hero that will melt your heart.

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