New Release + Review: To Fall For Winter by Kelsey Kingsley

Title: To Fall for Winter
Series: Kinney Brothers #2
Author: Kelsey Kingsley
Genre: Contemporary Adult Romance
Release Date: March 19, 2018
“You think I’m ready to ruin you forever?”
“Oh, Ireland… You’ve already ruined me forever.” 

I’ve been called the Black Sheep. Troublemaker. And probably a dozen other words that are nowhere near that nice. My past is checkered. Full of questionable choices and even worse outcomes. But I’ve put it behind me. I’m on the straight and narrow now.

For two years, I’ve towed the line. Stayed out of trouble. Kept my head above water. And have not made even one reckless decision.

But then Snow came to River Canyon on the first day of winter.

Inked, pierced, and unafraid of speaking her mind, and going after what she wants, she made me an offer I couldn’t refuse. Together, I knew we would make a mess. 

I just couldn’t keep myself from getting dirty.
Four ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ stars from Ari

To Fall for Winter is book two the Kinney Brothers Series. I had been looking forward to this book after reading an ARC of One Night to Fall and being introduced to Kelsey Kingsley’s wonderful writing.

For this book we get to go back to the small town of River Canyon and get to see Ryan Kinney try and walk the line and lead a quiet life when wild and fierce Snow comes charging into his life. Their chemistry is instantaneous and palpable and captivating to witness. It drips off of each page and their individual differences and collective challenges made them endearing and relatable. It was quite refreshing from the many over the top tropes out there.

Kelsey Kingsley weaves a wonderfully relatable romance with endearing characters, small town charm, and packed with plenty of feels. To Fall for Winter, just like the book before it, are ones not to miss. 4 Stars.

“Don’t Blame Me” by Taylor Swift

“broken” by lovelytheband

“True Colors” by Phil Collins

“Voodoo” by Godsmack

“Sold Me” by Seether

“So It Goes” by Taylor Swift

“Winter Song” by Sara Bareilles & Ingrid Michaelson

“Colorblind” by the Counting Crows

“Winter” by Joshua Radin


Kelsey Kingsley lives in New York with her family and a cat named Ethel.

She believes there is nothing better than a good doughnut and a cup of tea, and that there is a song for everything.

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