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Fallen in Love

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    Available in PDF Format | Fallen in Love.pdf | English
    Lauren Kate(Author)
Unexpected. Unrequited. Forbidden. Eternal. Everyone has their own love story.

And in a twist of fate, four extraordinary love stories combine over the course of a romantic Valentine's Day in Medieval England. Miles and Shelby find love where they least expect it. Roland learns a painful lesson about finding and losing love. Arianne pays the price for a love so fierce it burns. And for the first – and last – time, Daniel and Luce will spend a night together like none other.

Lauren Kate's Fallen in Love is filled with love stories . . . the ones everyone has been waiting for.

True love never says goodbye . . .

"I've always been a fan of Arriane, I really like her and her character is so unpredictable. Well, let me tell you this story definitely is unpredictable . . . I think I enjoyed this story the most because it was fantastic to see Arriane in a different light but her story sure was heart-breaking . . . I'd recommend you have a tissue ready" (Book Passion For Life)"Fallen In Love is a must for any Lauren Kate fan!" (Notes of Life)"Lauren Kate's FALLEN IN LOVE is filled with love stories . . . the ones everyone has been waiting for" (Donna Book Passion for Life)"I love the way Lauren Kate writes exciting, accessible love stories with tortuous philosophical conundrums and a strong literary vein - there for those who wish to find it, but not intrusive for those who don't" (Katy Moran)"This book had me hooked on every single word, Lauren has yet again outdone herself. I don't think I've ever felt so many emotions for a book, series and set of characters ever before." (Dark Readers)

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Book details

  • PDF | 256 pages
  • Lauren Kate(Author)
  • Corgi Childrens (20 Dec. 2012)
  • English
  • 9
  • Young Adult

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  • By karen cromie on 28 June 2017

    Highly recommend this book and the rest of the series

  • By Charlene Paterson on 23 May 2017

    So bloody good man. The whole series is just brilliant. Can't wait to watch the film man. Lauren Kate is just brilliant.

  • By Guest on 3 June 2017

    Very good condition would use again

  • By Guest on 26 March 2017

    Great :)

  • By cassandra lund on 16 August 2017

    Exactly as described and prompt delivery

  • By Ellie P. on 23 August 2012

    Oh deary me. Billed as a romantic collection of love stories from Kate's Fallen universe (slotting in neatly between 'Passion' and Rapture'), for me this was the Valentine that didn't deliver. The date that brings you hazelnut chocolates even though you have allergies. The one who gives you a book of cuddly dog pictures even though you're a cat person. The one that tries, but somehow manages to completely and repeatedly miss the mark.The lovely-as-ever cover pretty much sums up the premise with the tagline, 'A Fallen Novel in Stories'. The book is made up of four interlinking Valentine's Day tales, two of which were good, and two of which weren't so good (if Amazon allowed half-stars, I'd have given it a 2.5 star rating - half good, half bad!). The first, that of Shelby and Miles, was pretty good. They're such loveable and amusing characters already, and the story takes the spark we saw in 'Passion' and gently fans it into a sweetly romantic flame. The second, Roland's story, was a duff one for me. He's such a cool and confident character, it was a bit of a disappointment to see him turning into a fawning stalker over a girl from his past. Arriane's unexpected angel-demon lesbian love story was a pleasant surprise at first, until I realised that three pages in she, too, lost 90% of her humour and energy, and became some kind of melodramatic Wuthering Heights-esque wench instead. Finally we returned to Luce and Daniel, where the book picked up again with their familiar brand of true love, eternal longing, and grand romantic gestures (and the return of the deliciously acerbic gargoyle Bill). At least we started and ended on a high note, right?Ultimately I think Kate made the same mistake here that she did in 'Passion' - she tried to tell too many stories in one book, and it ended up falling flat. I also can't understand divesting her most brilliant characters - the ones who offer light relief to counterbalance the intense romance of Daniel and Luce - of so much of their strength, humour and charm. Instead they get dragged down into heartbreak and overly dramatic confrontation, their tales becoming a jumbled torrent of clunky philosophy and highly-strung emotions. Not exactly a happy book for Valentine's Day! Oh, and one more thing - this quote bothered me: "Why, I was younger than Lucinda when I was a mother made... Seek happy nights to happy days..." Is it just me, or is that Shakespeare's Lady Capulet, then the Nurse, quoted pretty much word for word? This Romeo and Juliet fan was not amused.I guess in the end, this is probably one of those books that you're better off reading for yourself. Personally, I was very disappointed, and would have been even more so had I splashed out on a hardback copy for some romantic Valentine's Day reading. I think it's more of an add-on to the series than a vital part of it (though I haven't read 'Rapture' yet, so please correct me if I'm wrong!) - perhaps it's one for die-hard fans only? Despite all this, I'm still really looking forward to Luce and Daniel's grand finale, where I've heard Kate is finally back on the top form she displayed in 'Fallen' and 'Torment'. Fingers (and wings) crossed!

  • By Pamela Roach on 6 February 2012

    What better way to fill the time between books in a series you love, than a lovely valentine's novella?Fallen In Love had the same feel as the other books in the Fallen series, but shorter and with something beautiful - a new insight into the angels.We get snippets of Roland's lost love, his struggle with balancing who he is and someone he thinks will never accept him...and wonders if it is even fair to ask her to try. Arriane gets her own chapter and Cam gets a small look in also (thank goodness - I am majorly Team Cam!)...but the most touching was Miles and Shelby and their portion of the book.The nephilim work together with the angels to try and give Luce and Daniel something the never get - a Valentine's day together and no drama with it.There isn't a lot to be said about Fallen In's short and to the point and oh so perfectly written. Fallen fans will adore it and make the wait for Rapture that bit more easier. Or harder. Depends how you look at it!It is a very, very quick read and the main focus is definitely not on Luce and Daniel, but on the other angels. That said, it was a very, very good quick read.

  • By Paris Tegan Templeman on 11 February 2013

    I picked up this book by chance one day and I am so glad I did.This compelling, mysterious love story of a bond between two strangers, is possibly one of the best I have ever read.Daniel and Lucinda's journey, although seeming to just be starting, has actually been tackling the will of the God for hundreds of years, over and over again.The way this book has been written, blew my mind. It's so thrilling, so detailed, so unbelievably romantic and passionate. I felt with every word written, the emotion that Lauren Kate must have felt, when writing this magnificent story.The story does not start slow, it gripped me from the very first chapter. An awkward girl, being shifted from Dover Prep to a strange, alien, dank, castle like school with strange boys with sunburst tattoos and alarming green eyes. Only to be shocked by another strange boy in a red scarf with alarming purple eyes.Her personality evolved as a character, as the book evolved into a whirlwind story of ever lasting passion and heartache. I love how Lauren Kate gave each and every character a particular personality, no two are the same, and I felt like I had gotten to know each and every one, which is why it pained me to no end, when one character is savagely dismissed.This book had every ingredient to make a fantastic read. When I first read this book, the second had not come out, so I read it three times over, until Torment went to print. It isn't often a book had that effect on me.Well done Lauren Kate, for taking Angels and Demons to the next level in this on going, fantastic, chest compressing, thrilling story...truly amazing.

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