Falling For Fear (A Grim Awakening, #4)
WARNING 18+ this book takes a much darker tone than the first three books. This warning is here for a reason. This is FEAR's book so you should already know what you're getting yourself into. ENJOY!This isn't a sweet romance...This one's about villains and their selfish ways... and how far one will go to get what they want.It's painful and ugly and wicked.But maybe the bad ones can be loved after all.I was his right-hand ghost. Now he’s what I dread.Fear.I was his killer. Now he’s the guilt I carry.Ryan.Two completely different beings now stuck in one shared body that’s known as a merge. My ex-boss, the human boy I killed, and me, the ghost girl who stained her soul to get an adult body.What could go right?Nothing.What could go wrong?Everything.Bad girls like me don’t get happily ever afters… things are going to get ugly so why is he making me want something beautiful?

Falling For Fear (A Grim Awakening, #4) Details

TitleFalling For Fear (A Grim Awakening, #4)
Author
FormatKindle Edition
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJul 31st, 2017
Number of pages230 pages
Rating
GenreFantasy, Paranormal

Falling For Fear (A Grim Awakening, #4) Review

  • Carol (StarAngel's Reviews) Allen
    July 11, 2017
    Hot and steamy!! A perfect end to a wonderful series!Full review to come
  • Michelle Gross
    June 3, 2017
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  • ♚Julia ~ The Romance Rebels ♚
    April 15, 2017
    Fear knew me. He'd weave his way into my mind and destroy me, like he did everything around him. My mind was the only thing I had left. Once that was gone, I wouldn't be able to bear the eons I had left to live. The story begins with a young women named Molly. The thing is, she is a ghost. Paying for her mistakes and living out her days in the Underworld. Her one goal, finally being free from the Hellhole. Before the merge with Fear, Ryan was a good man. Now not so much.... Let's just say he Fear knew me. He'd weave his way into my mind and destroy me, like he did everything around him. My mind was the only thing I had left. Once that was gone, I wouldn't be able to bear the eons I had left to live. The story begins with a young women named Molly. The thing is, she is a ghost. Paying for her mistakes and living out her days in the Underworld. Her one goal, finally being free from the Hellhole. Before the merge with Fear, Ryan was a good man. Now not so much.... Let's just say he likes to get down and dirty. ;) He feeds off the fear of his victims, blood, death and destruction is his middle name. After meeting under terrible circumstances, Molly's day goes from bad to worse! Waking up in Ryan's bed covered in the Fear's mark...... she is bonded to a REAPER.These two are total opposites, but even though they don't want to admit it...... they are perfect for one-another. Where one goes, the other follows. Love is in the air....But. Molly is hiding a big secret, one that could ruin what she and Ryan have. If Ryan finds out, she is a dead woman. Will Molly be able make up for her past mistakes? Will they have a happy ending? or will they go up in flames? Read to find out!*****************************************I had the honor to read Falling For Fear early, and this book by far is Michelle's best yet. The undeniable chemistry between Molly and Ryan was electrifying! I couldn't stop reading, I was so invested into this story I didn't want it to end! And the little snippet on what is next to come..... OH MY GOD.....I NEED IT NOW!!
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  • Michele Gantz
    July 25, 2017
    ####4.5 Fear Tastes Good Hashtags####Once again, Michelle Gross captures her dark world beautifully in this final chapter of the Grim Awakening Series. While focusing on a different cast of characters, everything still feels well developed and intriguing. I loved finally getting inside Ryan's head as well as Fear. The conclusion to this series truly holds its own as a well written piece of paranormal. The only setback for me as a reader was that everything felt a little too "perfect" in the end. ####4.5 Fear Tastes Good Hashtags####Once again, Michelle Gross captures her dark world beautifully in this final chapter of the Grim Awakening Series. While focusing on a different cast of characters, everything still feels well developed and intriguing. I loved finally getting inside Ryan's head as well as Fear. The conclusion to this series truly holds its own as a well written piece of paranormal. The only setback for me as a reader was that everything felt a little too "perfect" in the end. While it doesn't take away from the read, it's just a harder pill for me as a reader to swallow. Oh, and can we please get a book from the Devil? I mean there's a story hidden there right?
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  • Jess (the cozy reader)
    June 19, 2017
    Big thanks to Michelle for an ARC copy for reviewEver since Ryan became Fear in book three of the Grim Awakening series, I have been waiting to hear his story. Well.. I was in for one hell of a ride. This story does take a darker turn, but that's what is to be expected when your a creature like Fear of the underworld. Now I was quite surprised by Molly, who I wasn't the biggest fan of in the previous books. I really enjoyed the direction Michelle took her character in this book and I was glad sh Big thanks to Michelle for an ARC copy for reviewEver since Ryan became Fear in book three of the Grim Awakening series, I have been waiting to hear his story. Well.. I was in for one hell of a ride. This story does take a darker turn, but that's what is to be expected when your a creature like Fear of the underworld. Now I was quite surprised by Molly, who I wasn't the biggest fan of in the previous books. I really enjoyed the direction Michelle took her character in this book and I was glad she was there for Ryan. Not to mention their relationship was pretty spicy might I say.Of course there is a bit of chaos and turmoil, but nothing that Ryan, Molly and with the help of Melanie and Killian, can't handle. Plus that epilogue wrapped up everything very well.
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