I'm on a string of not-so-good books (in addition to the books I've posted negative comments about, I have read a few not-so-great mysteries I didn't bother to include here!), and Falling Together is another in that sad series. Marisa de los Santos has opted to use a tired convention that many (including some much better writers) have used before her--old friends meet at a reunion and must work out their differences. While she gives the convention a very modest twist, that twist fails to bring the story of college friends Pen, Will, and Cat any freshness. Not recommended!