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Shame, secrets, and the lies we tell ourselves...
In the weeks leading up to graduation, Carolyn Harris was the single-most hated member of her senior class. The girl who drove the school's golden boy to his demise. The girl who did something sordid and shameful. Exposed in a cruel and very public way, everyone said she got what she deserved.
She used to be the perfect girl, the apple of her parents' eye. But a secret, once revealed, sets a devastating chain of events into motion, destroying everything and everyone in its wake.
They say you can't judge a book by its cover, and Jeremy Rivers is all kinds of wrong for Carolyn on paper. He's angry, unpredictable...He's trouble. But the boy who loved her before her world fell apart loves her still, and with his help, Carolyn is going to learn that everyone—even a girl like her—deserves a happy ending.
Let Me Fall is Book 5 in Lily Foster's bestselling Let Me series. First loves, forbidden age gap, second chance romance and friends to lovers...Find out why readers are calling the Let Me series "an irresistible, binge-worthy read."
Book1: Let Me Be the One
Book 2: Let Me Love You
Book 3: Let Me Go
Book 4: Let Me Heal Your Heart
Book 5: Let Me Fall
Book 6: When I Let You Go
Every book can be read as a standalone, and all are intended for readers 18 and older due to *mature content*
Critical Acclaim for Lily Foster:
-Kirkus Reviews, Let Me Fall
In the fifth installment of her Let Me series, Foster (Let Me Heal Your Heart, 2015, etc.) introduces Carolyn Harris, a motivated and competent high schooler who has her entire future mapped out. She is a stellar student, a self-declared science nerd, and the kindest member of her perpetually back-stabbing group of friends. She is also dating Drew Oliver, the alpha male of the senior class. Unfortunately, Carolyn is much more interested in Jeremy Rivers, the bad boy who returns to her high school after many years at a school for students with learning disabilities. Carolyn is nervous but secretly delighted when she is asked by the school counselor to tutor Jeremy. They grow close, and Carolyn realizes that she cares more deeply for Jeremy than Drew. After she dumps Drew, Jeremy and Carolyn can be together, much to the reader's delight. As soon as it seems they couldn't possibly be happier, however, a whirlwind of disastrous events occurs. A secret from Carolyn's past emerges, and Drew commits a violent act that upends everyone's lives. Carolyn's affluent suburban community suddenly shuns her, and her long-term life plans begin unraveling. She pushes Jeremy away, determining herself unworthy of his love. The novel toggles between Carolyn's and Jeremy's alternating perspectives, allowing the reader to understand their motivations. With her character-driven plot and fast-moving storyline, Foster easily keeps readers engaged. Although the ending isn't surprising, the journey toward that resolution is fraught with unexpected twists. Foster's prose is easygoing and readable, but she still tackles weighty issues in this romantic story, ranging from bullying and sex shaming to mental illness and living with learning disabilities. An involving tale of love and redemption that will satisfy discerning fans of the new-adult genre.
-Publisher's Weekly, The BookLife Prize in Fiction, Let Me Fall
Smart and attractive Carolyn Harris and...