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supposed to love you unconditionally were no longer there for you, how
would your world change?
That’s exactly what happened to Madeleine Becker when her parents
died when she was ten years old. Ripped from her home and everything
that she has ever loved, she is forced to start all over again. The
only way for her to move on is to build walls around her heart and keep
everyone at a safe distance. Her logic: she can’t get hurt if she
doesn’t fall in love.
That theory is blown to pieces when she meets Reid Connely during
her freshman year at college. He is gorgeous and darkly mysterious. He
understands Maddy’s pain all too well, but sharing his pain would mean
breaking down the walls he put up around his own heart. Conflicted
between loving Maddy and hiding his dark past, Reid starts to reevaluate
his world. Maddy’s inner strength, snarky personality and breath
taking beauty help Reid to make peace with his past.
Together they find out what happens when they Let Love In.
But what happens when that honest and pure love isn’t enough to erase
your fears? What happens when your past rears its ugly head and
threatens your future?
Maddy and Reid had that kind of love – the all-encompassing, Earth
shattering, once in a lifetime kind of love. Then life happened. Old
wounds that were thought to be long healed and scabbed over are ripped
opened and they are forced to face the possibility that, maybe, they are
not strong enough to fight their demons and embrace the light.
Together, they found out what love is, but now they will each need
to heal on their own before they can ever be together again. They must
face their fears and beat down their pasts in order to find their way
through this crazy uphill battle called love.
They’ve let love in, but now, they need to find out how to Let Love Stay.
be perfect consumes you? What happens when the need to bury your
mistakes blinds you?
Melanie Crane has always been the perfect daughter, friend, student –
she’s been perfect at everything, in fact. But when she lets her
insecurities, the ones that she keeps hidden from everyone, get the best
of her, she falters in her pursuit of perfection. Melanie crumples
under the pressure and buries her pain. Numbed by sadness and guilt,
she is determined never to let anyone find out how broken she really is.
Bryan Mahoney may appear to have everything in order. He’s
charming, witty and completely swoon-worthy. In short, Bryan has life
all figured out, but appearances can be deceiving. When the landscape
of Bryan’s family changes in an instant, he’s left to pick up the
Not all bruises leave a mark. Now, weary and afraid, Melanie and
Bryan must find a way to let love heal their broken and jaded hearts.
11k words in bonus materials from Let Love In and Let Love Stay. This
is NOT a standalone and should not be read if you have not read Let Love
In and Let Love Stay.**
love and loss. Facing down the biggest challenges of their young
lives, they managed to survive and endure. With the future stretching
out before them, they must learn to navigate new and unfamiliar paths.
Being new parents, starting new jobs, and continuing college is
enough to overwhelm any couple. New challenges come up daily, as do
small victories. Watch Maddy and Reid grow stronger together in this
“one year later” tale of the everyday stuff that happens in real life.
With a solid foundation of love under their inexperienced feet – and
with the help of their family and friends – Maddy and Reid learn how to
let love shine, lighting the way for a beautiful future to come.
Unlike the previous books in the series, this is NOT a New Adult &
College Romance; this is a contemporary romance featuring characters who
are more mature / not in their twenties. It is a full length novel of
about 90K words / approx. 350 pages.***
What would bring you happiness in a world that was suddenly empty?
For Lucy Crane, the answer is simple: her daughter. When her husband
is killed in a tragic accident, Lucy loses her desire to live, but only
one thing keeps her going – her unborn daughter. Focusing on being a
mother helps Lucy cope with her loss, but kids grow up and they leave
home, eventually. Eighteen years after losing her first and only love,
Lucy is faced with the opportunity to find the happiness for which she’s
always longed. Her own fears become her worst enemies as she learns how
to embrace love once again.
Evan Donovan is also facing his own struggles. Forced to retire from
the FDNY because of lung damage caused by 9/11, Evan moves to upstate
New York where he hopes to find a little peace and quiet. Old habits die
hard, and Evan’s hero complex and survivor’s guilt constantly remind
him of how difficult it is to be vulnerable. But for the first time in
his life, he’s tired of being alone.
Drawing strength from one another, Lucy and Evan discover how beautiful it is to let love be a part of their lives.