How Not To Fall

How Not To Fall

Emily Foster / Jul 22, 2019

How Not To Fall In her witty and breathtakingly sexy novel Emily Foster introduces a story of lust friendship and other unpredictable experiments Data research scientific formulae Annabelle Coffey is completely

  • Title: How Not To Fall
  • Author: Emily Foster
  • ISBN: 9781496704184
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Paperback
  • In her witty and breathtakingly sexy novel, Emily Foster introduces a story of lust, friendship, and other unpredictable experiments.Data, research, scientific formulae Annabelle Coffey is completely at ease with all of them Men, not so much But that s all going to change after she asks Dr Charles Douglas, the postdoctoral fellow in her lab, to have sex with her CIn her witty and breathtakingly sexy novel, Emily Foster introduces a story of lust, friendship, and other unpredictable experiments.Data, research, scientific formulae Annabelle Coffey is completely at ease with all of them Men, not so much But that s all going to change after she asks Dr Charles Douglas, the postdoctoral fellow in her lab, to have sex with her Charles is not only beautiful, he is also adorably awkward, British, brilliant, and nice What are the odds he d turn her down Very high, as it happens Something to do with that whole student teacher ethics thing But in a few weeks, Annie will graduate As soon as she does, the unlikely friendship that s developing between them can turn physical just until Annie leaves for graduate school Yet nothing could have prepared either Annie or Charles for chemistry like this, or for what happens when a simple exercise in mutual pleasure turns into something as exhilarating and infernally complicated as love.

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    1. A feminist, inclusive, sex-positive, fully consensual, intelligent, nuanced, hot as fuck erotic romance. 3.5 starsThis book feels like it was written in answer to FSoG. Seriously, there are SO many parallels. Down to minute details like the main character being Annie (short for Annabelle), the male lead Charles (hmmmrt of similar to Ana (Anastasia) and Christian), and the fact that Charles calls Annie Miss Coffey, much like Christian calls Ana Miss Steele. So, I hated FSoG with the all the power [...]

    2. How I feel about this book is perhaps a bit overly complex. On the one hand, it's well written, entertaining, and it got me thinking about things far more deeply than I thought I would. But on the other hand it wasn't what I was expecting. After picking it up and seeing that it was very science based, I wasn't expecting quite so much explicit sex. Still though, I want to stress that it's still a great and emotionally deep story. How Not To Fall is the story of Anna, a girl who is about to head o [...]

    3. Nenia ✨ Queen of Literary Trash, Protector of Out-of-Print Gems, Khaleesi of Bodice Rippers, Mother of Smut, the Unrepentant, Breaker of Convention ✨ Campbell

      Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || || PinterestErotica is a tricky genre for me. I know what I like & I know what I don't, and first and foremost, a work of erotica has to have good writing and a decent story. Some people can enjoy smut for the sex scenes alone - not me. Plot, or GTFO NOT TO FALL is one of the better new adult/erotica works I've read over the last five years. It would probably make my top ten list, and would definitely make my top twenty. The writing is great, the sex scen [...]

    4. 4 StarsPeople don’t fear heights. They don’t even fear the fall. They fear the consequences of the fall. The greater the height, the greater the consequences, and so the greater the fear.Annabelle and Charles have A Thing. Well, at least Annabelle’s hoping Charles feels the mutual thing like she does. After two years of working together as student/postdoc, Annie’s ready to lay it all on the line and find out where Mr. Hot Brit Charles stands. Why not take advantage of their mutual Thing [...]

    5. 2.5 StarsWell, it started really well. This was funny in a sciencey pretentious geek kinda way. It was awkward and kinda sexy if you're especially into the proper genitalia words being used throughout some of the sex scenes, it's also sexy if you like to read about a lot of foreplay - I don't. (Get to the penetration already Charles).BUT, big Kardashian BUTT, somewhere around the 60% mark the author decided to turn Charles into this tormented man that can't love anyone and then this turned into [...]

    6. So I did A ThingI read this book. And since I reached the end, I have been trying to find the words to tell you how much I adored it.Long story shortish: It's brilliant. And not because it's going to rip your heart out, or make you bust a gut laughing, or keep you on the edge of your seat. (Though all of those things will happen at one point or another while you are reading it.) This book is smart, well crafted, and well executed. It's not overwrought or over dramatized. But you still feel every [...]

    7. Oh man on man. I wasn’t expecting that ending but this book was pretty perfect. What a spelndid way to start the new year. Finding a new to me author and loving every minute (mostly: that ending though) of this delightful debut. (FYI: How this is a debut, I don’t know because it is so well written.)I heard about this one in Penny Reid’s reader group on FB as it was recommended to her and I can see why! If you’re a fan of Penny, this book is definately right up your alley. It’s ridiculo [...]

    8. 4.5 Stars.Well, I have to say wasn't expecting this to be as sex-fuelled as it was. Not that I'm grumbling, far from it because despite the fact that after some perfect build-up this couple went at it like a pair of rampant little bunnies, indulging at every opportunity, there's also a deeper story and whilst it unfolded later on, the pacing was right and it's set the next book up nicely. Yes, there are two parts to Charles and Annie's story although there's not a particularly painful cliffhange [...]

    9. Click on the banner to read this review on my blogHow Not to Fall is written by a New York Times Best Selling author of a non-fiction sexual education title. This book is her fiction debut. This book is very clearly written by someone with a Ph.D. in Health Behavior with a concentration human sexuality with its detailed and almost-clinical sexual descriptions. What the synopsis promised was a steamy forbidden romance between a college senior and her advisor, but what was delivered was an extre [...]

    10. Still sorting out my feelings because damn son, this book just gave me All The Feels.I didn't think I would like this book at first. In fact, a few pages into it, I decided that this book is not for me. Well the joke's on me because this book is totally for me and I'm so glad I was so bored off studying that I decided what the hell might as well just finish this book and now I'm crying because imagine if I hadn't been bored af I would've just tossed this into the DNF pile. Wow. So here's a list [...]

    11. Actual rating is 2.5What prompted me to read this novel was listening to a podcast (featuring the author) in which she explained why she felt the need to write her version of 50SoG, the different thought processes she went through as she created what ended up being a duology, etc. FWIW, I think of 50SoG as poorly written porn that jumped to the top of the heap due to a mix of timing and v. astute use of the canon it’s ~inspired by~. And, with another exception that I’m looking forward to rea [...]

    12. Nuevo titulo: HOW TENER ALL THE FEELS Y MORIRTE DE AMOR LEYENDO ESTE LIBRO CAGARTE DE LA RISA Y QUERER CASARTE CON LA PROTA PORQUE ES UNA GENIA QUE MIERDA VOY A HACER CON MI VIDA HASTA QUE SALGA LA SECUELA? HOW HOLY SHIT LOS PROTAGONISTAS SON FEMINISTAS!Tarde como 2 semanas en leerlo pero de pajera nomas porque desde el principio se notaba el potencial de la historiaY BUENO.La protagonista es inteligente y muy divertida, una mina de 21 años virgen que quiere que la quieran en la "sexy way" pero [...]

    13. If I could I might really give this book 2.5 stars because How Not To Fall suffers from a lack of identity. I adored the beginning. Annie and Charles are brilliant and fascinating, and I enjoyed them immensely. I was laughing out loud and I loved their wit, their obscure quotes, and the author's obvious research into a field of science I know little about. Annie's sexual exploration was fascinating and the playing around with bondage was far less psycho than Fifty Shades of Gray. But of course o [...]

    14. This is a tough one.I both liked and didn't like this book. First of all, I think is important to note that I did totally read this as a supposedly smart, feminist, progressive and consensual take on Fifty Shades of Grey. I say "supposedly" and I'll get to that later. The book draws some very obvious comparisons not to the "BDSM/rich boy/virgin girl" romance trope but to the actual FSoG book. And as such, I mostly judged it based on those correlations instead of its own merits as a separate stor [...]

    15. 3.5 stars. You know what this book made me realise about myself?I may be slightly Eton-ist. The fact that this hero went to Eton, compounded by the fact that he was born in 1988 and went to Cambridge and thus could have been any one of the Eton boys I met whilst I was there, has caused me to read and review this differently. An Eton man with a progressive attitude to women and sex – "as if!" WHG exclaimed.This is based on a sample size of about eight. So, like any prejudice, it’s wholly unre [...]

    16. When I first read the blurb for this book, I was pretty intrigued. I liked the idea of a "brainy romance" pun not intended (the characters study brainy stuff). I was looking forward to some witty banter, some British slang and one imagined (very sexy) accent. Things didn't go as planned.To be completely honest, I was surprised with how juvenile Annie (the main lady character) sounded. I was constantly asking myself if I had read her age correctly because instead of a graduating college student, [...]

    17. Good God that was hot. I love brainy heroes and heroines, I love friends-to-lovers, and I love teacher-student romances, and this was ALL OF THEM. And then, like, 85% sex. It does have some of the more overdone stuff in Romance novels, too, and went a little off the rails for me in a way that made me miss Mila Ferrera's skill with interweaving psychology (and felt way too close to 50 Shades territory, but without dipping into abusive domain), but I'm glad I bought the second one with it (both on [...]

    18. Urgh, what a pile of boring, immature horse shit. And it ends on a "cliff hanger" if anybody would be mad enough to want to keep going.

    19. I really, REALLY enjoyed this book. It's for so many reasons, but let's see if I can't to sum it up with this:How Not To Fall is everything, EVERYTHING that Fifty Shades of Grey & all of the subsequent FSOG knock-offs/Raunchy new adult series it inspired tried and failed to be.I'm going to write it again, just so I'm being clear: ALL of those OTHER novels—the 3-book fifty shades & the H.A.Ms it inspired—tried it. Those books tried (?) and yet they failed. They failed So Fucking HARD [...]

    20. Annabelle "Annie" Coffey is writing her final thesis and with only a few weeks left of term, she propositions her adviser, the postdoctoral fellow at her lab, Dr. Charles Douglas, because she believes they have "A Thing". In a truly embarrassing and painfully awkward scene, handsome British guy Charles gently turns her down, because he is her boss and it would be massively inappropriate for him to sleep with her. Annie is convinced she's not wrong about the chemistry between them, and that she's [...]

    21. This is far steamier than my usual reading fare, delightfully well-written, with interesting, honest, smart characters.Not something I might have picked up without the glowing recommendation of a friend, but the characters hooked me.

    22. This first book in the series is in many ways a quick, sexy, erotica leaning romp with bright scientists dealing with a power and age dynamic. Sexily. At about the two-thirds mark though, the emotional undertone of the story breaks wide open and our main characters, Annie and Charles, are forced to reckon with his demons and her naiveté. They also have to deal with love, and what happens when it cannot be returned even where it exists. Full Review: faintingviolet.wordpress/

    23. Mio dio, cuantos lugares típicos que toca este libro. La heroína está a un paso de recibirse así que decide que antes de hacerlo, quiere ver si "hay algo" con un ayudante de la universidad. Una vez que logra decirle lo que siente, es rechazada por él y pasa algún tiempo sin que cambie nada, ella sigue concentrada en terminar su trabajo.Ahí es donde de pronto este ayudante pasa a traerle comida, controlar que duerma, básicamente cuidarla, por qué? no sé! Y ¡zaz! una de esas noches de e [...]

    24. Oh-ho, yes. Sexy, sexy science. Gimme gimme.How is this not a whole genre, the truly, frankly, funny, brainy sexy science thing? (Is it a whole genre? Have I been missing out? Did I not need to write so much fanfic this whole time?)I’m indebted to Ashley (still no tagging?) for commenting on a review so this appeared in my feed. More like this, please. And yay for the sequel being here soon.

    25. This was close to three stars, so I rounded up. I found the style of writing to be very confusing. It took quite a while to get used to it, and by then, I was about half way through. I love a dominant male and Charles was hot, but the dynamic between him and Annie was off for me. She seemed very child-like and that was off-putting for me. The epilogue was abrupt and could have been a little longer. It did leave me wanting more.

    26. Wow. This book was smart, sexy, romantic, funny, sexy, heartbreaking, and it surprised me. I went in not knowing much about this romance and at first I was surprised by all the sex but then I experienced the heart of the book was the strong emotional connection and intelligence of the lovers. I wasn't a fan of the FSOG comparison but midway through I got over it. The two main characters are Annie (the virgin) and Charles (guy with issues). Reminded me too much of Ana (the virgin) and Christian ( [...]

    27. Goodness. This book. If you want to know if I liked it, let me tell you this: I checked it out from the library. When I finished I bought it’s $8 sequel. Then I remembered it was a library book so I spent another $8 on this book. At Christmas, five days before payday (ie: the coffers were low and I still scraped up the change to buy two, full price, mass market books). That is saying something because I’m a bit of a cheapskate when it comes to authors I do not know well. I’m not clicking t [...]

    28. Read full review HERENow guys, I have to admit that I have a few contradictory feelings about this book. I honestly really liked it, it was an entertaining and fun read (for the most part) and I absolutely loved the writing. The story is told from Annie’s POV and she’s a fantastic and funny narrator.I really liked Annie and, for the most part, I liked Charlie too, though I feel, that even after having finished the book, Charlie is still a bit of a mystery to me. I like him, I understand him, [...]

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