An Interracial Contemporary Romance Novella Kasi: I have reached rock bottom. The kind of bottom that is so dark, there is no light at the end of the tunnel. There is nothing, but pain, loneliness and helpless despair. I didn’t picture my life going this way. I wasn’t supposed to be unhappy and broken. How can someone find the good in me when all the good I had was taken from me? Jae: Helping people makes me feel good. I don’t do it for any accolades. I do it because when I needed someone to talk to, when I needed someone to keep me from spiraling out of control, I found it. From the first time I saw her, I knew that there was something about her. I didn’t know what, but like a gravitational pull I wanted to know more about her even if she was here only to find some support for her grief. Maybe I couldn’t solve her problems, but I won’t let her face them alone.
Love, life, hurt, pain, betrayal and loss. These are the words you think about when you read the synopsis for Catch Me If I Fall. The very first page sucks you in and you can’t help but to continue reading. Kasi has experienced a deep hurt and betrayal, the consequences of that experience is what she has left to live with day after day. Jae has also experienced some sorrow, hurt and disappointment but he sees something in Kasi that he can’t ignore.
As you read this novella, you start to fall in love with the characters, you cheer them on because you want to see them heal from all the pain they are in. Kay Blake writes a novella that makes you think about your own grieving process, the stages you went through and how your support system rallies around you to help you smile, laugh and heal.
Kasi and Jae explore life after tragedy strikes, Jae has been where Kasi is now and is willing and ready to love her through her pain. His love for life and her helps Kasi heal, helps her remember the good times and motivates her to create new memories with him Who wouldn’t enjoy that type of love?
This is book is book one of the Kim Brother’s series and I’m ready to see what’s next with these other two brothers, especially David. Their parents had their hands full with those three. Hopefully we’ll get access to the next two books as well.