The Falling of Hope

Grace Hathaway thought that her perpetual love problems were over the day she said, I do She married the perfect man and leads a life most only dream of, but is it all an illusion Struggling in her marriage and lackluster routine, Grace is faced with an uncertain future and a void in her soul Pain threatens to bring her down When the past returns to her life, remindinGrace Hathaway thought that her perpetual love problems were over the day she said, I do She married the perfect man and leads a life most only dream of, but is it all an illusion Struggling in her marriage and lackluster routine, Grace is faced with an uncertain future and a void in her soul Pain threatens to bring her down When the past returns to her life, reminding her of missed opportunities, a twist of emotions reopens old wounds Leaving everything she thought she ever wanted behind, she summons her courage and strength to embark on a journey of self discovery that takes her all over the world and into a future she never imagined.But, when all feels lost, will hope be enough to keep Grace from falling again The Falling of Love Book One Available Now The Falling of Grace Book Two Available NowThe Falling of Hope Book Three Coming Soon
The Falling of Hope Grace Hathaway thought that her perpetual love problems were over the day she said I do She married the perfect man and leads a life most only dream of but is it all an illusion Struggling in her ma

  • Title: The Falling of Hope
  • Author: Marisa Oldham
  • ISBN: 9781492311386
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Falling of Hope”

    1. My favorite book of 2015! This is the third and final book In The Falling series by the amazing Marisa Oldham. Iit is so hard to say goodbye. I have been following the journey of Grace and Ian, and each book got better and better. I fell in love with the characters and heartaches that it came with. From the beginning to the end I was emotional. The author said that she lives for her readers tears well, she got buckets from me, and I know from some of her other readers as well. I was hoping and p [...]

    2. This is the third and final book in The Falling Series - and I believe that it is my favorite out of all of them (although, I love them all for lots of reasons)! The long journey of Grace Hathaway comes to an end, and it really is sad to have it end after watching her grow up from a naïve, 17-year-old to an adult, strong and full of life, hope, and promise.I don't want to give away anything in the story, so I won't talk about that at all - except to say I loved the way it came full-circle. Stor [...]

    3. This is the final book in the amazing Falling trilogy by Marisa Oldham and while I’m very sad to be done with it, I know I’ll never really have to say goodbye to the characters and their lives because they’ve made their way into my heart and that’s where they’ll stay foreverOH has just as much joy and heartbreak as the other two and there were countless times my jaw dropped and I found myself thinking “this can’t end well”The writing flowed beautifully so that I was able to lose [...]

    4. After the heartbreak in book 2 I was looking forward to happier times for Grace. And for Ian.Instead, we are still waiting for the moment to arrive. Will their love survive all the dramas that have befallen them and will they have a happy ending

    5. TFOH, is book #3 in the Fallen Series. The story continues with following Grace. She has now been married 2 yrs, to a husband who is never around any more. He is busy with his art gallery in London, and busy working. Ben says he is working to provide a life for his family, and that is his justification for always being away. Grace says she will go with him, but, he says she will just be a distraction. In book #2, The Falling of Grace we met Ben, and read about Grace & Ben falling in love. In [...]

    6. I was fortunate to get a chance to read this book. And to be honest, I was blown away by what I read. I'm going to be honest here, there aren't many authors that right from the heart like Marisa Oldham does. And you can certainly tell by how she writes. She takes each character and literally paints you how they look, how they feel, how they act with simply telling a story. And you can bet your dollar you will fall in love with them.For those who haven't read the first two books in the series you [...]

    7. I dont know how to feel about this booki really liked it but im also abit sad that it has come to an end! Ive loved reading about Grace's life and how she has grown before my eyes, i didnt want this book to end but i did at the same timeing my feelings!Grace really matured in this book, she was making better choices for herself even though it was really hard for her, and yes i to believe in fate :-). Even though the book was based on Grace's life/loves i was pleased to see Ian really grow up and [...]

    8. This was given as an ARC for an honest review without any spoilers *plus I do not do spoilers in any of my reviews.I don't know where to start! I was torn in loving this book since I love these characters so much and I didn't want this book to end since I had no idea how I would be affected. What I can say is that this is my favorite book of her series! Her writing somehow felt mature and wise like her characters. I felt like I soaked up so much inspiration, compassion, and love for family. Her [...]

    9. The journey of Grace continues in The Falling of Hope by Marisa Oldham. This fantastic book continues where book 2, The Falling of Grace leaves us. Words can not express my thoughts and feelings of this wonderful series. This series is one that stays with you and is one that I truly enjoyed. In Falling of Hope, Grace is faced with a difficult situation and searches within herself for answers. She needs the help and support of her family and friends to come to terms as to what is right for her. A [...]

    10. There are no wordsg, phenomenal, all consuming, great, absolutely stunning - none of these words even come close to describing the greatness of not only this book, but the whole series. I am so sad to see it end, but couldn't be happier at the ending and to see these characters find their way. This book, just like the first two, completely and unremorsefully ripped my heart out, shattered it, and somehow completely put it back together. Emotional rollercoaster does not even begin to cover the em [...]

    11. The Falling of Hope is the third and final book in The Falling Series. Like the others it will take you on a wonderful roller coaster of emotions. This book will make you laugh, yell at the characters, ugly cry, and cry tears of joy. This is the final journey of grace Hathaway. To be honest I didn’t want it to end. Did Grace get her happy ending? You’ll have to read it and see. This is a wonderful way to say goodbye to Grace’s story. I enjoyed reading this book, as well as the rest of the [...]

    12. I’m not usually a crier when it comes to books, but this one got me. Being the third and final book in the series, you really get to grow with and get to know these characters as if each is real. It seems like each book got better and better the deeper into the series you go! I can’t tell you how real the scenarios in this story felt. I’ve experienced many aspects of this book in real life, and the emotions are all there. I was laughing, crying, aching, and grinning like a silly school gir [...]

    13. Finally, the conclusion of the Falling Series! Yes, it is bittersweet indeed. It was very easy to get attached to these characters. I instantly fell in love with Ian Taylor from the first book (even through his imperfections). I think I fell in love with him even more in this third book. Although in the first book, they were in high school, they are full grown adults in The Falling of Hope. So much happens through the years. So much time lost. So much pain. So many wrong choices. But it was a ro [...]

    14. I just finished The Falling of Hope a few nights ago. It was such a great end to an amazing love story. It started where the second book left off, in a way. Everything was answered in the end. All the questions I had. The author did a really great job of tying everything up so that I wasn't left with questions. Except for maybe about Michelle, but I hear she is doing a book on Michelle. I was so emotional at the end, not only because of the story, but because it is over. I cried my eyes out! I w [...]

    15. The Falling of Hope is a wonderful conclusion to the three-book series. This book will fill you in on what happened after the cliffhanger in the last book, thank goodness! Like the other books in the series, this one can be a tear-jerker. However, the ending is satisfying and wraps up the series very well. This is such a beautifully written story. If you've read the other two books, then do not miss out on this one. You'll love it, just like I loved it. This one gets 5 well-deserving stars!*Note [...]

    16. Awesome!!I have now read all the books in The Falling Series and I've loved them all! Ian and Grace are two characters that I hate to see end, but this book is so eloquently written that though heartbreakingIt makes you cry tears of joy. I do suggest that you have a full box of tissues nearby.Although this book can be read as a stand alone. I still recommend the whole series so you fully understand references made in this book.Marisa Oldham is by far one of the best rock star romance writers! Yo [...]

    17. Marisa Oldham wrote a beautiful story about characters she loves. It shows in every word. The journey of Grace and Ian comes full circle with a little help from fate. I really enjoyed reading how their story unfolded over the 3 books. It was an emotional roller-coaster from start to finish.They needed to learn how to stand on their own before they could succeed together.

    18. I enjoyed reading The Falling of Hope. It was a pleasure in getting to know the character’s and being able to participate in their life’s journey as I watched them evolve. The depths of despair can be painful, but what I learned from the final book is there’s always hope around the corner. I’m truly sad to see it end, but it was such a gratifying piece of writing that never disappointed.

    19. I was very honored to be asked to be a beta reader for the final book in this trilogy, but I have been finding it difficult to write the review for a number of reasons. I read several books a week, and generally review everything I read, so why am I struggling with this one? The most likely theory is because I have simply become too attached.The simple part is the stars - easily at least 6 stars, but since this site will only give me a maximum of 5, I guess I will have to settle for that.From th [...]

    20. This is the third and final book in The Falling Series - and I believe that it is my favorite out of all of them (although, I love them all for lots of reasons)! The long journey of Grace Hathaway comes to an end, and it really is sad to have it end after watching her grow up from a naïve, 17-year-old to an adult, strong and full of life, hope, and promise.I don't want to give away anything in the story, so I won't talk about that at all - except to say I loved the way it came full-circle. Stor [...]

    21. Grace seems happily married with Ben, although things are starting to not seem as perfect as they appear, with Ben travelling a lot Grace is home on the vineyard by herself.When Ben does return home all they seem to do it fight before he must leave again, with Grace deciding not to answer his calls she is also surprised with a visit from Jayden, who she has always remained friends with.When Ben returns he decides to tell Grace some news that leaves her devastated, deciding to try and work on her [...]

    22. This series couldn't have ended any better. To say I loved this book doesn't express it enough. This series is one that will stay with you and gives you something to think about long after the last page. Grace and Ian's story progresses over a 14 year time frame and seeing the growth of the characters was incredible. The Falling of Hope gives you the closure you will be looking for after the second book, The Falling of Grace. Our questions are answered and we find out whether or not Grace truely [...]

    23. Wow! This is the send of this series so I can't go into too much detail. That being said, the author did an amazing job at finishing up and rounding out this series. We get to see the characters that we love and finish up the wild ride hat has taken place in the first 2 books.There's so much that goes on in this book and I loved seeing Grace do what she had to to end up happy like she deserved. I can't go into detail about the other characters in this book, if you have read the last book you wil [...]

    24. The Falling of Hope, is the third and last book in "The Falling" series, written by Marisa Oldham. Grace Hathaway and Ian Taylor are once again leading separate lifestyles from each other in very different surroundings. Grace is now in Napa Valley while Ian is between L.A. and London. Both seem to be aching from past loss and something that is missing in each of their lives. Quite a few chance meetings seem to be coincidental or is it fate that keeps bringing these two back together again? I bel [...]

    25. i loved the first 2 books & couldn't wait for number 3 to come out. This book wasn't as good though. The reason for the 3 stars is that i really started disliking Grace. She was just annoying (sorry). I really hate reading a book where the main female character is hopeless & dumb. I couldn't relate to anything she was feeling or did because i would have done the exact opposite. There were a few times i had to skip a bit because the sex scenes were too long & there were too many. Ther [...]

    26. The final book in The Falling Series. Where do I begin? It started with The Falling of Love, meeting Grace and Ian. I was drawn to Grace. Pulled into her story and hooked. Then came The Falling of Grace. What an emotional roller coaster! Never have I ever needed Xanax and tissues as much as I did with that book. Then finally, The Falling of Hope. It's bittersweet to say Good-bye to the characters I've fallen in love with. Yet this book gave me what I needed from this series, closure. Beautifully [...]

    27. "Love is funnyIt changes with circumstance, environment"****4.5 emotional, hard lessons learned STARS****Book three in The Falling Series; The Falling of Hope takes the reader on an emotionally heartfelt roller coaster ride. As Grace wonders, "how things can be so perfect one moment and so messed up the next," she realizes she has important decisions to make. Ian has come to the realization that "once upon a time (he) loved a girl(he) broke her heart and that's what broke (him)." Now as adults t [...]

    28. This book is about Grace trying to be happy with her marriage but with Ben being gone so much, and when he is home all they seem to do is fight. You see this marriage trying to be worked out but the question is will they make it? Ian is back in the picture and things start to change again. They know now why their relationship didn't work out the last time. The question is, do they try again? what will Grace decide? This is a book you really need to grab to see how things turn out. Will she be wi [...]

    29. I loves GDo you Ian Taylor take 'sorry' This is the third and final book in the series and I absolutely LOVED IT! I loved following Graces journey through life sharing her happiness, her pain, her heartbreak. Everything!This book was amazingly written, allowing you to feel every everything that Grace felt, it was a roller coaster of emotions and I'm so very glad I was able to experience it! Thank you so very much for an amazing series, your mind is amazing!

    30. The FinaleSpoiler alert: I was one of those readers.dying for the third book to come out! I'm a tad let down howevere I didn't feel the same emotional upheaval as I had in the previous two books. I'm glad they ended up back together, marriedey just had to, right???but the way the book justopped bothered me.

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