* Review * ONE DAY TO FALL by Therese Beharrie

I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

* Review * ONE DAY TO FALL by Therese BeharrieOne Day to Fall by Therese Beharrie
Series: One Day to Forever #2
Published by Carina Press on August 12, 2019
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Of all the taxis in all of Cape Town, Sophia Roux had to stumble into his.

She should be at her “perfect” sister’s bedside, awaiting the arrival of the newest member of her family. But the thought of spending hours at the hospital with her suffocating relatives has Sophia hailing the first taxi she sees. Only to realise too late that the man at the wheel of her getaway car is the most unpleasant one she’s ever had the misfortune to meet.

Parker Jones, the handsome yet surly driver in question, is used to dealing with baggage of the family variety. And it just so happens he’s in need of temporary escape from his own. Witty banter with a beautiful—if exasperating—woman while chauffeuring her around the city on a gorgeous spring day makes for an ideal break from reality.

But a lot can happen in twenty-four hours: babies can be born, family can reconnect. And maybe the most unlikely pair can fall in love.


One Day to Fall is the second book in Therese Beharrie’s One Day To Forever series and centers around a freelance journalist with a side job driving for a car service along with a human resources pro. On an emotional day for them both, they find themselves colliding and hanging on for dear life as they each undergo deep introspection of who and what they are.

Parker Jones has been hit with a bombshell that is going to change his life forever and he’s not sure how to process it all. He’s in a surly mood as he leaves the hospital and runs smack into Sophia.

Sophia Roux is feeling the pressure of holding her family together for years and now finds herself resentful as she’s being made to cater to her “perfect” sister who’s about to give birth. She happens to jump into the car of a man who just might have an attitude to rival the biting edge of her own.

I recommend this book to anyone who loves a snarky banter that keeps you smiling as the characters try to act like they don’t like each other, when it’s obvious to all looking on that they do. The day drug out a tad, but the feel of the story was enriching and delightful!


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