Title: Don’t Dare Fall
Series: The Knight Series #2
Author: Sonya Jesus
Genre: Psychological/Romance Thriller
Release Date: February 28, 2018
Westbrook students don’t fall down the well. Their dead bodies are thrown in.
When it’s just the two of them, things between Lia and her new beau are comfortable, easy, simple, but that doesn’t mean they’re right. In fact, her whole life is out of whack, and an open-relationship complicates her path to love. When weird things start happening, she naively plays them off as pranks, but the random creepy gifts soon turn to threats—disturbing incidents she keeps hidden from everyone.
Hawk manipulates his way into the dorm, gaining insider access to all things Lia by dating her suitemate. Keeping up with Lia’s ever-changing heart choices proves challenging, especially when others begin noticing his obsession. Between keeping his secrets hidden and turning Lovers’ Well into a gravesite, Hawk’s been distracted, slipping up and making bolder moves. When one of those moves leads to discovering the secrets, Hawk knows what he has to do: protect Lia at all costs.
But it may be too late. Someone is out to get her. Who better to save her, then the guy who has been watching her?
The Knights Series combines suspense and edge-of-your-seat thrills with the innocence of first love.
Sonya’s a nerd—a cool nerd—who loves science, books, make-up and unicorns. She even has unicorn slippers and unicorn plushes adorn her office. It’s not an obsession (or so she says), it’s simply an ode to her imaginative side. Storytelling has been her passion since her youth, but her family believes it’s more than that.
Though she’s fun-loving, complex-minded, and heart-driven, her philosophy on life is quite simple: Shit happens. Keep going.
When asked to elaborate, she said, “Believing in yourself is probably one of the hardest things to do, but look in the mirror. You’re still standing. That’s strength. Don’t underestimate yourself.”
Sonya also believes in fairytales and in the beautiful things a mind can conjure. She’s a firm believer in empowering the crazy fictional ideas, putting them down on paper, and letting them flourish into a story.
“There’s so much potential in a dream… a thought… not exploring it seems like such a waste of something absolutely beautiful.”