Review: Until I Fall by Claudia Burgoa

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ER doctor, Aspen Zimmerman is no stranger to pain and loss. The tragic death of her fiancé catapults her life into a promise of healing—of being the best damn ER doctor her hospital has ever encountered. After all, it makes her feel like she's making a difference when she couldn't so long ago. And when her most beloved patient suffers horrifically, all Aspen cares about is healing her—even though her son has a special way of igniting a fire she thought fizzled out long ago. 


As a private security officer, Anderson Hawkins puts everyone's life before his own. With his mother fighting for her life, Anderson is hellbent on finding a way to save her. On the plus side, he gets to spend his time with a sexy and fiery ER doctor who would do anything for his mother. Though Aspen seems to be pulling back—away from any feelings she may have for him. Now, it's up to Anderson to prove that they can build a future together if they both let go of the past. Can Aspen trust her heart with someone when she already feels "dead on arrival?"




My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Anderson and Aspen's story is a heartwarming and tear-jerking story that will stay with you long after the last word.


Claudia is the mistress of family romance. She's has this uncanny knack for weaving the characters so tight that the sense of family just leaps off the pages. This story is no different. I truly enjoyed all the characters, although the jury's out on Scarlett. I loved that she was part of this story, but I want her story because I want to love her. Right now, I just want to smack her upside the head. So, Claudia, bring it!

The H/h, Anderson and Aspen are complex, well developed characters with a lot of story going on.


But, I'm not going to lie to you, this is a heavy read. You'll need tissues and it will rip your heart out.


Fortunately, we do get our HEA and the promise of more stories about the other characters!

**ARC generously provided by author in exchange for an honest review.**


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