Andrew Monroe was once an essential part of Gemma’s life but tragedy and misunderstanding shattered their bond, separating them. Now twenty years later, Gemma questions the coincidence of their newly intersected paths as she struggles to resist the sparks that ignite between them.
Just when Gemma feels that she has found her second chance at happiness, she is faced with a shocking truth as her reality spirals out of control. She can’t deny the powerful force that brought Andrew back into her life anymore than she can defy the same force that now threatens to pull them apart.
An emotionally-charged, heart-rending story that will leave you to question the freedom in truth and the existence of fate in its deepest sense.
Steph's 5 Star Review
I am sorta speechless.
LD has rocked my world.
Gravity is truly unique and innovative.
It grips your heart and never lets go, ever!
Gimma and Andrew's love story is so damn complex, powerful
and absolutely breath takingly beautiful.
It made me feel every damn emotion possible...
The OMGeees, the sighing swooons, the fits of giggles and
I'll never forget the WTF, U>G>L>Y> cries as well.
I can't leave out the keep you on your toes, butterflies in the pit of your belly, anticipation.
Gravity kept me wanting more and more!
I think I am slightly head over heels, crazy obsessed stalker in love with
One of the abso-fuckin-luelty BEST love stories of 2014.
(This should go without saying but)
GRAVITY is ONE~Click worthy!
***** 5 Stars *****
“Gemma?” Andrew asked, as if he wasn’t sure I was real.
I felt tears sting my eyes as my heart filled with a familiar warmth, like coming home. “Drew?” I asked, wondering if my own eyes were deceiving me. I couldn’t deny my heart though.
He walked toward me slowly, his blue eyes never leaving mine. He reached out his hand and cupped my cheek. “I can’t believe it’s really you.” His voice was deeper, manly, sophisticated. His face was flawless, perfect white teeth, his bright blue eyes mesmerizing, much like I remember. His light brown hair was a little long around the ears, in need of a haircut, but styled purposefully to look like he had just stepped out of bed. He was taller than I remembered and thin, but muscular at the same time.
Once my head caught up with my heart, I jumped up and wrapped my arms around his neck. “Oh, my God, Drew. This is crazy. I can’t believe you’re really here.” I felt his arms engulf me as we stood swaying back and forth in each other’s arms, suspended in time.