{Review} Fall For Me (Ladder Company #1)

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Fall For Me by JC Emery
Ladder Company #1
Read April 2015
3 Stars



“Just let yourself fall for me.”

Melanie Kincaid is a trust-fund baby with a knack for sassy comebacks and unnecessarily complicating her privileged life. So, of course, she would have to fall in love with a man she can’t have.

Jameson Hayes is a NYC firefighter for Manhattan’s oldest ladder company. He has big shoes to fill and a city to protect. He’s strong, sexy, and not looking for the complications Melanie brings. But he can’t stay away from her either. The attraction between them is immediate, and the pull is crazy powerful. But she’s only home for the summer and long-distance relationships never work.

Unfortunately, Melanie’s beauty and smart mouth are a lethal combination and Jameson isn’t the only Hayes who’s interested. As if his brother isn’t enough to compete with, now the city’s most famous arsonist wants to claim her as his next prize. Jameson can’t stand to watch Melanie get hurt and she can’t seem to keep herself out of trouble.

Series Reading Order:
(Standalone series with interconnecting characters)

#1 Fall For Me


I was really excited when I read the blurb for this new series. I haven’t read anything by this author before and was prepared to try something new. Who doesn’t love the idea of a firefighter falling in love and finding the one?

Fall for me started out really strong and I was really engrossed in the storyline. However about half way through it started to fall away for me. I was expecting more romance between the main characters and more drama for a firefighter romance. And because I was left wanting something more, I feel left hanging by this story. I’m happy that they got their happy every after, well I think they did. The ending came to quickly and now I want to see more from Jameson and Mel.


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