Series: The Falcon Club #2
Genres: New Adult
Also by this author: Falling for Him (The Falcon Club #1)
Jaime Garcia had dreams. Growing up poor, he always knew his chances of attending college were slim. With no father in their home, he did everything he could to help his family, including working side jobs that sometimes required him to do things that weren’t always safe or smart.
One night, Jaime found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time. Sent away for a crime that never should have happened, his attorney plea bargained a sentence that put him in a federal prison camp far away from home and his family.
As the years passed by, Jaime adjusted to his life in prison and found a way to fulfill his dream of earning a college degree all while being incarcerated. What he hadn’t expected though was to meet someone he would become attracted to, someone who knew nothing about his past. Jaime and Erica were placed together in a study group for a class assignment. They instantly have a connection and enjoy spending time together in the military library.
At first, Erica doesn’t know that Jaime is different from the other military men on base. However, when she discovers the truth behind the jumpsuit he wears bearing the name The Falcon Club, how will it affect their friendship and the relationship that has started to develop between the two of them? Can Jaime convince Erica he is falling for her and not just taking advantage of her because of his situation? The Falcon Club: Falling for Her, book two in the two-part series, is told from Jaime’s point of view and should be read after Falling for Him, Erica’s story.
Ok, if you haven’t read book one, you need to do that before reading any further. You can check out my review here.
View Spoiler »You get to know Jaime in this one. Why is he in prison? What was life like in prison for him? What happened to him when he got out? It was great to see Jaime’s point of view long before Erica even entered the picture. It was a really honest portrayal as well. The book talks about his depression both during and after incarceration and the struggles he had with readjusting to life outside prison. It was very honest and realistic. I love prison documentaries so this was right up my alley. « Hide Spoiler