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Falls Boys Audiobook Summary

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Hawken Trent. So polite. So sweet. Such an upstanding young man. A virgin, too, I hear. He never gets naughty with a girl. Probably because Jesus told him not to. And now here he is, trying to be the hero by protecting another girl from me.

He calls me a bully. Irrational. Unreasonable. A criminal. He can call me anything he wants, I’ve heard worse. And he can try to stand between me and my money, but he’s never had to fight for food. That rich, clean, school boy doesn’t have what it takes.Hawke

I surprised her. You should’ve seen her face.

Just because I don’t have a record, honey, doesn’t mean I’m clean. It just means I’m better at not getting caught. That is until I realize I might’ve actually gone too far this time.

She’s there. I’m there. The scene of the crime. It’s dark. The police show up. We have no choice. We run. Down High Street, into Quinn’s bake shop, and I pull her through the entrance to the old speakeasy that everyone forgot was here decades ago.

The door locks, the cops circle the building, never knowing we’re right here, and I’m hidden in plain sight, indefinitely, with someone’s who’s awful. Mean. Rough. Dirty. A thief. A delinquent.

Until one night, lost in all of these rooms together, I don’t see any of those things anymore. She’s smart. Daring. Soft. Hot… Everything’s changing. It’s this place. It does something to people.

We have a silly urban legend in Shelburne Falls about mirrors. They’re a gateway. Don’t lean back into them. But we came through front first. I don’t care what the county records say. This was never a speakeasy. It’s Carnival Tower.

Fall Boys is a standalone new adult romance suitable for readers eighteen plus. Reading the Falls Away series first is helpful but not necessary.

Falls Boys Audiobook Narrator

Axel Bosley is the narrator of Falls Boys audiobook that was written by Penelope Douglas

About the Author(s) of Falls Boys

Penelope Douglas is the author of Falls Boys

Penelope Douglas is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Fall Away series. She earned a bachelor’s degree in public administration from the University of Northern Iowa and a master of science in education from Loyola University in New Orleans. She lives in Las Vegas with her family.

Falls Boys Full Details

NarratorAxel Bosley
Length12 hours and 30 minutes
AuthorPenelope Douglas
PublisherBlackstone Publishing
Release dateOctober 18, 2022
ISBN9798212224673

Subjects

According to Blackstone Publishing, the Publisher of Falls Boys Audiobook, Falls Boys includes the following subjects: fiction, romance, new adult, mystery, crime, college, dark, contemporary romance, The BISAC Subject Code is

Additional info

The imprint is Blackstone Publishing. It is supplied by Blackstone Publishing. The ISBN-13 is 9798212224673.

Global Availability

This book is only available in the United States.

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