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One hot summer night…
Caleb Donovan won’t be seeing Rene again unless he makes it happen, and in his heart he knows that’s not a good idea. She’s only nineteen. His sister dropped that little nugget over dinner one night and he damn near choked. Six years older, five years—doesn’t really matter—but twenty does sound a hell of a lot better to Caleb than any word ending in teen.
Rene has enough to deal with. The last thing she needs is a wolf devouring her and then moving on after he’s had his fill. And Caleb always moves on. But the pull he feels towards this girl is undeniable and has him tied up in knots. Infatuation, longing, guilt—he’s nothing but a messed up tangle of emotions he wants no part of.
He tells himself the feelings will pass because they always do. Caleb Donovan doesn’t do love, he doesn’t believe in forever. The only thing he knows for sure is that love will burn you, that loss and betrayal will leave you reduced to a pile of ashes.
It’s not always rainbows and sunshine…
No, some love stories are messy.
The Let Me series by Lily Foster is a collection of stand-alone Coming of Age and New Adult Contemporary romances intended for readers 18 and older due to mature language and sexual content.
Critical Acclaim for Lily Foster:
With her character-driven plot and fast-moving storyline, Foster easily keeps readers engaged. An involving tale of love and redemption that will satisfy discerning fans of the new-adult genre.
-Kirkus Reviews, Let Me Fall
Let Me Heal Your Heart is a heartbreaking story of first loves and adversity that can be read as a standalone. This is an emotional roller coaster about two lost souls given a second chance to be together. Told from both protagonists’ points of view, Foster allows us to see the story from a unique perspective, and the reader may be surprised where their allegiances lie.
-RT Book Reviews
Readers will find themselves deeply engaged by Carolyn and Jeremy and the twists and turns of this genuinely engrossing story.
-Publisher’s Weekly, The BookLife Prize in Fiction, Let Me Fall