Fall for Me - Claudia Burgoa

Fall for Me

By Claudia Burgoa

  • Release Date: 2021-08-17
  • Genre: Contemporary Romance
Score: 3.5
From 441 Ratings


He has it together.
I’m falling apart.

I came to the City with the dream to make it on Broadway.

But instead of hitting it big, I couldn’t be at a bigger dead-end if I tried. I’m a receptionist at my little sister’s company and living with my grandfather. If it wasn’t for my family, I’d be destitute.

When Hunter Everhart walks into my office, my life goes from bad to humiliating.

He saved me on the worst night of my career. And for some reason, the big shot lawyer thinks he can actually fix my life.

But he’s only seen the veneer. There are so many cracks, I can’t let him get too close.

But for some reason when I’m with him, I feel something other than numb.

And I’m starting to believe that he would do anything for me...if I let him.

Even fall for me.

 Fall for Me is an inspiring contemporary romance of finding love and starting over after your world has fallen apart. This page-turning love story will break and mend your heart as Willow and Hunter fall in love and fight to stay together. This is the first book in the Everhart Brothers series by USA TODAY Bestselling Author Claudia Burgoa.

(This Book Was Originally Released as Flawed in 2017)


  • Deeply flawed characters find each other

    By Gertrude21+
    Both characters have many psychological issues that are detailed in this book. It reminds us that each person is unique and has positive qualities to contribute to society.
  • Not worth it

    By Anner 24
    Slow and boring
  • Intense

    By Lanie06
    I’m not so sure about this book. I felt as if I had to finish because I had invested so much time already reading it. I know it is some people’s reality living and trying to navigate live with a disorder but I felt like the plot was very drawn out and never ending.
  • Rightful claim and return to only true owner or agent authority by law

    By property claim / book1
    Ceased ARR to lindsey k litchfield Freeman All profits to be handed to Myself true and rightful owner and only authority over this publication and any of its kind or series Ceased Truthful claim by only rightful owner Myself Freeman commonwealth Lindsey k litchfield, agent
  • Stuck it out but it never got better

    By davilang
    Hated the main character all the way through 🤦‍♀️
  • Two hot messes

    By LisanneH
    Two hot messes. Hunter has a unique background. At age twelve, 9/11 had a lasting affect on his life (and that of his brothers). He knows love and relationships are messy. I liked his complexity. Willow is damaged and fragile, just holding it together for her sister. Family, especially siblings play a pivotal role in this series. Recommend.
  • Beautiful and Emotional❤️

    By Yoli277
    Fall For Me (Everhart Brothers #1) is another beautifully written and passionate book by Claudia Burgoa. Just like all of her previous books, she put her heart and soul into this one. This book captivated me and spoke to my soul. Hunter and Willow's story is very emotional and intense at times. Due to the tragic and devastating events that Hunter has suffered and neglectful parenting endured by Willow, both suffer from a form of mental illness. You’re aware of these issues in the beginning and Ms. Burgoa does a fantastic job of writing this with tact and sensitivity. Hunter and Willow dealt with challenging issues while trying to maintain a stable relationship. At first I wanted to shake Willow because Hunter fell for her hard and fast and you could see how enamoured he was with her. And she was very stand offish and guarded with her heart. Then something crucial and devastating happenend to her that broke my heart and changed my opinion of her. They went through much however, reading their story was worth every moment. Hunter is a romantic, understanding and thought provoking character which makes him one of my top five book boyfriends. I truly can't say enough wonderful things about Fall For Me and it’s one of the best books that Ms. Burgoa has written.