Posted August 11, 2014 by Vik Booklover in Blog Tours, Book Love, Giveaways, Home, ❤ Reviews by Vik ♡ / 0 Comments





One night was all it took. One night to fall for him.

When Fallon Michaels meets Luca DeMiliano, she’s infatuated by this man. Love cannot be contained and she falls for him. But as time progresses doubt creeps into her mind as to what kind of man he is. Her first mistake was she chose to believe him, over and over again.

One night to fall for her.

Twenty-nine year old Luca DeMiliano is taken by surprise for the first time in years when he meets Fallon. Being with her forces him to hide a huge part of himself.

He could’ve stayed away.

He should’ve stayed away.

Now she’s in. And once in, you’ll never be completely safe. Life will forever change when associated to Luca DeMiliano.

***A Contemporary Romance/ Romantic Suspense in dual point of view. Contains sexual content and violence.




For Fallon by Soraya Naomi4coffebeans



For Fallon (Chicago Syndicate, #1) by  Soraya Naomi

Falling in love causes emotional ecstasy. Falling out of low has the power to provoke unimaginable sorrow and despair

Dear Soraya welcome to the publishing side of book business…

and I am happy you have crossed over because you have brought this wonderful book with you.

This is Soroya’s debut novel that is (thankfully) going to be a series because I want to know so much MORE!

“Ti amo. Esisti solo tu per me.” I love you. You’re the only one for me. “You’re my pleasure, my sanity, my calmness, my home. My positive counterpart in every negative characteristic I own.”

The book is written in dual POV – of Hero (or should I say Anti-Hero) Luca & Heroine Fallon.
Their love story starts off beautifully and develops at an alarmingly fast rate with proclamation of love that lull you into a sense of peace that the story will be just a beautiful HEA. Although, through Luca’s eyes we see a darker world and his reality you still hold on to the hope that everything will be all right and a true optimist in all love stories that is exactly what I did.

Well I was definitely wrong to do so because this story has a ‘dark’ aspect to it… not ethically bad but how the situations are handled. There is no pretty solution because the story sticks close to reality. What does happen when your Vanilla World (I totally borrowing this world from BDSM but it fits, so oh well) clashes and clashes hard into the Dark Underbelly of Criminal World of Chicago. Who wins over? Do you go dark or lighten up that dark? I do not envy Fallon and can not wait for book 2 in the series.

I truly enjoyed their courtship and all the steamy parts but what really gutted me were the times in between. How well Soraya portrayed their grey and black times of their courtship and relationship… Oooh so much beautiful angst.

The story does end in a bit of a cliffhanger BUT it does resolve conflicts of the book.


Overall, this story really did it for me… I am a true believer of timing when reading a book and sometimes when you are in the mood or craving something you haven’t realized you do and when you pick RIGHT the planets align and give you a Gem.



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Soraya Naomi resides in Europe with her fiancé.  She was born in South-America in 1984, raised in Europe. 

She reads many genres but favors intense, dark, seductive, and provocative novels where the male character loves fiercely without remorse or boundaries. She adores forbidden love tales and has an odd fascination with kidnapping romances. No, she’s doesn’t secretly want to be kidnapped, though!

Her book shelves contain all her favorite books – The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons, The Dark Duet by CJ Roberts, Anna Karenina,  The Count of Monte Cristo, The Three Musketeers, Lés Miserables, The DaVinci Code, Love me with Lies series by Tarryn Fisher, The Bet by Francette Phal, Jane’s Melody by Ryan Winfield, Finding Anna series by Sherri Hayes, Slammed series and Hopeless by Colleen Hoover, Evan Arden series by Shay Savage, The Estate series by M.S. Willis, The Fault in our Stars by John Green, Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma, After the Night by Linda Howard, Lisa Kleypas, In the Company of Killers by J.A. Redmerski, Tristan and Danika by R.K. Lilley,  The Godfather by Mario Puzo, Sempre by J.M. Darhower, Pulled by A.L. Jackson, More than this series by Jay McLean,  Fever series by Karen Marie Moning, There is no light in Darkness by Claire Contreras,  Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn.

She has a passionate obsession for the written word and indulges in chocolate pastries much too often. 

Her debut novel, For Fallon, was released July 26th, 2014.

There are books full of great writing that don’t have very good stories. Read sometimes for the story… don’t be like the book-snobs who won’t do that.

Read sometimes for the words–the language. Don’t be like the play-it-safers who won’t do that. But when you find a book that has both a good story and good words, treasure that book. – Stephen King


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