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All Falls Down

White Lines III
Narrated by: Nicole Small
Series: White Lines, Book 3
Length: 11 hrs and 2 mins
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The ultimate love story began in White Lines, and now, in this stunning conclusion, Jada and Born come full circle - but not without paying a hefty price.

On the surface, Jada's life is back on track - she's battled her demons, her son is a permanent part of her life - but it still feels like she's on shaky ground. What she really needs to settle her soul is to have Born back in her life - and in her arms - again.

But reuniting with the man she loves is proving to be the hardest thing she's ever fought for. And when a brutal and shocking event tests the foundation of Jada and Born's resolve, it will take every drop of willpower they possess to stay on top.

©2015 St. Martin's Press (P)2015 Blackstone Publishing, and Urban Audiobooks

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  • YTiya
  • 28-11-15

A great ending to this series.

If you could sum up All Falls Down in three words, what would they be?

FANTASIC, WONDERFUL, MAGNIFICENT

Who was your favorite character and why?

I have to say Born and Jada, I love them together. They are soul mates. Power Couple.

What about Nicole Small’s performance did you like?

I love the way she brings each person to life.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

YES!!! Born and Sheldon. That was the best part of the book for me. He did what he needed to do to get his women back.

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This was a fantastic ending to the White Lines series. I love this book. A wonderful read. This book made me so emotional in so may ways. I need more of Born and Jada in my life. Hopefully this will not be the last I hear from them. I LOVED IT!

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  • Pnpgrls
  • 09-04-17

Still Awesome

This is still an awesome book series. Great story. only thing I didn't like or I should say I hated they changed the narrator. With the new narrator it just changed the look of the characters for me. No longer being able to recognize the characters voice was horrible since you got so use to how they sounded from the two previous books. so love the book hated the narrator

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  • Anedre Price
  • 24-12-15

Awesome!!!!#

This was by far her best book. The way she tied in all the characters from previous novels was brilliant. All I can say is this is a must read

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  • Nevada
  • 15-12-15

Proceed with caution

White lines III
Slow to start, almost returned, but I stuck with it - glad I continued reading, it ended much better than it began. Because I have been following the series, I was a bit cloudy on some of the characters, but that could just be me. I honestly was confused in some parts but it all came together.
My reference is proceed with caution. I think I’m done with the series. Not a bad read if you stick to it.

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  • Mzrn
  • 09-05-19

nooooo

Let me begin by saying this book here was good as hell. I really wasn't expecting sunny to die cause I was really hoping she got it together for her daughter. jade should have been gotten some help for her son cause he used not having a father against her. Born should have been by jade side a little better than he had. everytime things got bad he ran back to his baby momma instead of stepping up and putting his foot down.

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  • KweenBie
  • 10-08-18

TOO many characters!

With the run-on chapters and 101 characters in the first 5 chapters, I had to just wave the white flag on this one because without a matrix or an org chart, I cannot keep up with all of these characters and subplots.

It's a definite pass for me!

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  • Yzvonne
  • 12-05-18

fantastic , informative ?<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />

I walked around with my phone in my pocket , in the car, & shopping .

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  • Quesha
  • 22-12-15

amazimg

I've enjoyed all 3 books such a great story line , leaves me wanting more

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  • Tonnie
  • 14-01-20

Great!!

I loved all three of these books!! There was always something going on. Also, enjoyed the ending!

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  • L. Johnson
  • 10-12-19

Progression

Having read the first two installments of the series, it's clear that the author has progressed as a writer. There was some random introductions of charaters that took a bit to loop in. I was getting a bit annoyed with the portrayal of Anissa. She had some valid concerns as the book moved along. She was still presented as a clingy ex who needed to move on. Jada was irrational about the relationship between Born and Anissa given her own actions. Malcolm's take on Sunny and Dorians relationship came to mind for me in previous books.
I listened to all 3 on Audible. The last narrator did a better job. The first wasn't "bad." Her accents didn't match the time or place. 80s-90s NYC was distinct and the speech there was noticeable. The last narrator did a better job of incorporating that.