Review: When Ashes Fall by Marni Mann

Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Social Butterfly PR.

I was in complete darkness. 
That was where I belonged. 
And that was where I stayed.

When I signed up to participate in the blog tour for what would be my first ever Marni Mann read, I did so because the blurb for it intrigued me. By the time I dove into When Ashes Fall, I had completely forgotten what the book was about, but it didn't matter one little bit. Why? Because this is one of those rare gems where going in blind could turn out to be a good thing. So, basically, I'm not going to do my usual thing of mentioning bits and pieces to give you guys an idea of what awaits you in between the proverbial covers. Instead, I'll tell you that there are three central characters--Alix Rayne, Dylan Cole, and Smith Reid--all three of whom relay their story from their respective points of view, and this trio has an unforgettable tale to tell.

Yes, there are three main characters, each being equally pivotal in the story, but if you think this is a book about cheating, think again. This is a story about love and the highs and lows that you encounter when that feeling lays claim not only over your heart but your entire being. My heart hoped and broke and healed, all while reading this novel that I never expected would have me on an epic roller coaster ride as my emotions and thoughts went one way and then another more than once. I wish I could better explain why this romance novel affected me as much as it did, but in order to do that, I would have to go into details, and well, I just can't do that. Trust me--you'll thank me later for not divulging anything. When Ashes Fall is best experienced without any preconceptions. Just prepare a box of tissues and for all the feels. Five-plus stars. ♥

Date Read: 16 January 2019

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