Running away can be a good thing…
From the outside, Darcy Donovan’s life seems perfect. She’s beautiful, intelligent, popular and dating a guy who is every girl’s dream. But nothing that seems perfect ever really is…
A year abroad is her escape—a chance to loosen his hold on her and a chance to leave behind the shaken, insecure girl she’s become.
Tom Farrell has been waiting in the wings, watching as his friend screws up a relationship with the one girl Tom considers out of his reach.
An entire year passes with Tom making changes in his life, changes he hopes will make Darcy see that he’s the one worthy of her heart… That he should be the one.
Let Me Be the One is the first book in Lily Foster’s Let Me series. These are stand-alone romances intended for readers 18 and older due to mature 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
Gregory Bronson learns he’ll soon be moving away from his neighbor and best friend, Alison Levin. When he tells her the shocking news, she feels her world is being turned upside down. What would she do without Greg? What would Greg do without her?
Fast forward fifteen years. Ali is engaged to Sean Whitman who can provide her with anything she could ever want. While vacationing, however, she runs into Greg. Suddenly she’s not so sure Sean is the one.
Greg finds himself just getting out of a bad relationship when he and Ali reunite. He can’t help but be attracted to her and wonder if the two of them could ever stand a chance.
As the two of them rebuild their friendship, the foundation for something more is set until one day they finally give in to their desires. But after they are interrupted with an emergency, Ali realizes she must make a choice. Will she choose her fiancé, Sean, and go through with a wedding that is already planned and paid for? Or will she give it all up for her friend, Greg, who could give her the one thing Sean doesn’t: all of himself?
Long Lost Neighbors is the third in the Neighbors series, however, it is a completely standalone novel. Although the first six chapters take place when the main characters are young, don’t be fooled. The majority of this novel takes place as adults with a lot of attraction and a lot of internal struggle with tough life situations mixed in. This clean romance read is perfect for anyone who dares to explore what it might look like for childhood friends to be reunited much later in life.