• Watch Me Fall

  • The Emerson U Series, Book 1
  • By: KC Kean
  • Narrated by: Marnye Young, Joe Arden
  • Length: 9 hrs and 5 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (101 ratings)

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Watch Me Fall

By: KC Kean
Narrated by: Marnye Young,Joe Arden
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Publisher's Summary

Welcome to Emerson Grove. With our fantastic university, suburban lifestyle, and the city nearby, you’re never going to want to leave.

I almost believe their slogan, until my ride drives off, leaving me on the doorstep of a pretty house to reveal a blast from the past.

Leaving one lion’s den, I’ve fallen straight into another. I didn’t agree to this part. I didn't agree to…them. I cherished my past, and the memories I shared with these guys, until I was whipped away in the dead of night, and now they hate me for it.

Jagger. Jameson. Leo. Ezra.

They might be trouble, but I’m still the reckless, outspoken girl I’ve always been. I was made for them, but they’ve forgotten that fact. It’s like our history never happened. Things have changed, and they’re keeping secrets. I’ll find out what’s going on, whether they like it or not.

I’m Luella Carter, and Emerson U is mine.

Watch Me Fall is book one in the Emerson U Series, which is an MM RH novel which includes steamy scenes and violence. It is recommended for listeners 17+.

©2022 KC Kean (P)2022 Podium Audio

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Hmm…

I hate giving an audiobook a low rating. It’s rare that this happens, but I literally could not figure out why I should care about the characters in this story. Something significant is missing. As chapter 1 ended, and again as subsequent chapters passed, I kept thinking, “Is there a prequel? Is there an earlier series that has these characters it where the author assumes I’ll already know who these folks are?”

There was no compelling backstory provided to give value to the relationship between the lead characters. There was no effort to paint a picture of who the characters are as individuals aside from snarky kids who bonded over mostly undefined hardships in childhood.

I bought the first and second books at the same time, so I’m going to see if maybe the second one redeems things. But if it’s like the first, I’m not sure I’ll be able to finish it.

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Not perfect but very good

I really like the character, Lou Lou. She is vulnerable and strong, caring and stubborn. I’m glad she gives the guys a hard time right back a lot of the time.

The narrators aren’t great at being believable with gendered voices. The guys aren’t deep enough with the female narrator and the girl is always whiny with the male narrator. I can get over it but it is annoying.

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Rough start for Lou Lou. Must Read!!

Lou Lou is finding her footing and adjusting to be back with her boys. This was a great start and very well written to set up for the next 2 books. I listened to this on audiobook, highly recommend. Marnye Young is a new to me narrator she was great as Lou Lou, she brought emotion and angst to this book. Joe Arden was brought all 4 of the boys alive. Fantastic pairing

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First book average

I loved Toxic Creek. I was super excited to see the spin off was complete on audible the day I left for vacation. Maybe the build up is what disappointed me with book 1. It wasn't bad, it just wasn't super exciting. I think with the way it ended it will get better

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so far so good

The Female narrator is a little off putting, not to sound mean but she sounds really old and at times her voice sounds a little shaky. not to mention the sex scenes sound like a old grandma having sex and I just cant unhear it. Audible needs to STOP using her voice for narration. but overall good start. Love that the female character takes no shit and not submissive.

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A great series

This is my second series of KC Kean’s. I’m really enjoying the characters and the mystery of everything that is going on.