Luna is one of the most famous singer-songwriters in the world. But she’s barely keeping it together. Demands from her family, friends, and fans have all become too much. Especially when she starts receiving threatening messages from a dangerous stalker.
That’s when Will comes into the picture. A Marine who has just returned from a tour in Afghanistan, Will is unsure what to do with the next chapter of his life. So when a job working security comes up, he figures he’d be a perfect fit. But Will wasn’t expecting a job that thrusts him so into the limelight—and he definitely wasn’t expecing Luna; a human huricane who’s used to getting whatever she wants.
Once Luna begins to let her guard down and show her real self to Will, their relationship moves from professional friendship to something more. As Will battles his inner demons, and Luna attempts to escape the realities of fame, they discover a deep connection that can’t be denied. But Will knows he shouldn’t compromise himself with a client. It’s too risky. Too complicated.
And yet none of that matters when the threats against Luna only get worse, leading to an altercation that could mean both Will and Luna losing the one thing that means everything to them—each other.
Title: Fall Into Me (Come Back to Me, #5)
Author: Mila Gray
Publication Date: December 1, 2020
Publisher: Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers
Genres: New Adult, Romance, Contemporary, Suspense
This book was very emotional and very romantic. It had a famous person trope and a body guard trope which are two of my favs. Plus a mild enemies to lovers things happening. There is also an anxiety rep and some on-page high-intensity anxiety moments/thoughts and a panic attack so beware if that’s a trigger for you.
I haven’t read any of the previous books in this series, but I didn’t feel like that affected my feelings about this book. Each book seems to be able to stand on it’s own, but I’m sure it would be more fun to read them in order since some of the characters show up in other books.
I loved that even though Will was Luna’s paid bodyguard, she fought to protect herself in many ways. Obviously, she recognized that Will had a job to do and there was a reason for his job, but she wasn’t a damsel in distress. She could do things too.
The end scene in this book was everything. It had the suspenseful mystery solving that I had been hoping for and the beautiful and swoony romantic scene to make me tear up. It was perfectly perfect.
Overall, this was a good book with a great romance, some fun tropes, and enough emotional scenes to really pack a punch. I’d absolutely recommend and can’t wait to read the others in the series!