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LET ME LOVE YOULetting someone in can be the hardest part…Life has never been the stuff of fairy tales for Rene Beaumont. On her own from a very young age, Rene has struggled to stay on track, determined to make a better life for herself. Forget dating, boyfriends, any sort of love life—surviving day-to-day has been Rene’s main objective. She has no time for men and no desLET ME LOVE YOULetting someone in can be the hardest part…Life has never been the stuff of fairy tales for Rene Beaumont. On her own from a very young age, Rene has struggled to stay on track, determined to make a better life for herself. Forget dating, boyfriends, any sort of love life—surviving day-to-day has been Rene’s main objective. She has no time for men and no desire to be crushed by the disappointment that always follows when she lowers her guard to let someone in.Caleb—sweet, loyal, drop-dead gorgeous Caleb—is the one who person who is able to break through Rene’s wall But when heartache leaves her broken, will she shut him out of her life forever or will she let Caleb show her what it really means to be loved?This is BOOK 2 in the Let Me series....

Title : Let Me Love You
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ISBN : 9780990594123
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 262 Pages
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Let Me Love You Reviews

  • Lauren Anne
    2019-04-24 04:08

    Loved it. Great college romance. I read the first book in the series, L. Was totally swooning from Tom and Darcy's story in that first book. This second book in the series tells the story of Darcy's older brother, Caleb, and Rene. There are twists and turns in the plots. It's heartbreaking at times but you really pull for the characters and their happily ever after. Rene is someone I could really relate to and Caleb is someone I would I've my right arm to be with! I'm starting the third book now.

  • Seema
    2019-05-18 20:23

    I was captivated from the very beginning knowing it was the next book in the Let Me series. I read the first book in the series, Let Me Be the One (Let Me #1) by Lily Foster and I was in love with Tom and Darcy's story that I just had to continue with the next book. This book tells the story of Darcy's older brother, Caleb, and her college roommate Rene. It was sad at times and I found myself feeling heartache and admiration for Rene because of the troubles and obstacles she's had to overcome in her life. Honestly these two couldn't have been better for each other. Overall an AMAZING book!

  • Christine
    2019-04-24 22:15

    I liked the premise, but in the end, it did not work for me.The writing was too wordy. The verbiage was not smooth. It felt choppy. Dual POVs and the switch was frequent and many times situations were repeated through both POVs. Then there are things the heroine did that made me think differently of her. (view spoiler)[She gets pregnant, but does not tell the hero that #1 she is pregnant and #2 that she is thinking of having an abortion. I HATE when heroines do not tell the guy that they are pregnant. I understand if the hero is abusive, etc., but this hero cared. She ended up telling him, but at that point the heroine, Rene, annoyed me too much for me to care about her and anything she did. I wanted them to break up and call it quits. They break up but get back together. (hide spoiler)]The "love" between this couple felt awkward to me. I do not know if it was just the writing style or something else that made me feel that way. Also, in the beginning, (view spoiler)[it annoyed me how Caleb repeatedly mentioned how his regular fling, Cherry, was beautiful and hot and blah, blah, blah. I can not connect when the hero starts by saying how hot his regular f**k. I have no problem reading about man-whores as long as they don't go on and on about how hot the OW is. (hide spoiler)]This may work for you, but it did not work for me.

  • Phoebe Roth
    2019-05-17 23:19

    Feel so emotional right now. Maybe because I'm running on very little sleep. Stayed up reading this heartbreaking story that was so very good. There was such a strong bond between the two main characters, Rene and Caleb. Such a satisfying conclusion. A very worthwhile read.

  • Kitty Healy
    2019-04-26 22:28

    What a love story!I laughed, I literally cried, I had to drag my husband to bed to get some relief (!) But most importantly, I really felt deeply connected to the characters, Caleb and Rene. Miss Foster weaves an intricate, moving tale in this book with characters that you can't help be drawn in by, root for and fall in love with. Just loved this story and can't wait to get my hands on more from this writer.

  • Georgianna Pierce
    2019-04-30 01:33

    Went through a major withdrawal when I finished this story too! Caleb and Rene's story was so good. I mean so, so good. Not the same old, same old, cliched formula. You adore these characters because they are complex and real. The love story is wonderful and certain topics, I feel, are dealt with in such an intelligent an thoughtful manner.

  • Wendy Martin
    2019-05-05 22:28

    You know when you get to the last page of a book and you're sad? I've been in mourning for the past few days because I actually miss these characters! I pulled for Rene throughout the book ....and Caleb? What can I say....he is my fantasy husband! Really though, this story is really painful at times but it's beautiful, emotional and romantic.

  • Avalon Garcia
    2019-05-07 22:12

    This book wrecked me...crying ugly tears and boogers-wrecked me. I liked the first book but this made the first pale in comparison.

  • Grace Kaye
    2019-04-28 21:10

    This book was wonderful. I absolutely loved it.

  • *lisa93*
    2019-04-23 23:11

    Am I the only who didn't totally love this book??? If you want a review without any spoilers you may want skip this one ;)The storyline was okay and it's not like we're looking for unique plots in this genre anyway. The heroine René meets hero Caleb, who is her college roommates older brother. So far, so good. René comes off as a hard working, independent, young woman. After some time, René and Caleb start texting and calling each other. They become fast friends and fall in love.And here is where my problems with this book began:Everything felt so rushed. They were friends for 6 months without any personal contact. The author skips almost all of these 6 months. As an effect their friendship is more of a telling rather than a showing kind of thing. When René is in the city for an interview (how convenient), they actually meet for (what feels like at least) the first time. They proceed to have sex and revealing their love for each other. I don't mind couples getting together after like 25% of the book and then exploring their relationship. But with these two I just didn't feel any chemistry at all!!!Another skip in time and René realizes that she is pregnant. She wants to terminate the pregnancy, which in her situation is an understandable thing to do. She is a 20 year old College junior after all. I don't judge her for wanting an abortion. It is her body and her life! What I didn't like was the way she handled it. If her best friends hadn't interfered, she would have gone through with it without telling the father. I mean, yes it's her body and she has the final call and at all, but I do think the father deserves to know and have some kind of input on the decision. I feel like she solved the "problem" like an equation in maths...After going through with the abortion she breaks it off with Caleb and up until they get back together almost a year later the whole book seems like a giant pity party for René. I was so mad at her some times, I had to put my Kindle aside to calm down a little so I wouldn't throw it against a wall. I kept thinking things like "please girl, just get some help" or "why is nobody suggesting a therapist?". She has a tough background with her parents being drug addicts and then having to live with her aunt and uncle who didn't exactly welcome her with open arms. But running away and closing yourself off is no healthy way to deal with this kind of trauma. There are people who are trained to help you through the rough patches in life.Needless to say, I wasn't Rene's biggest fan. Her personality made a huge U-Turn and I just couldn't identify with her. I actually couldn't have cared less if she got her HEA or not. I skipped a lot in the end and just wanted to get it over with.So...the main reasons why I didn't like this novel are that I didn't feel any chemistry between the main characters and that in the end I strongly disliked the heroine, René.The story had so much potential but it just felt flat and didn't work for me at all.

  • Allyson
    2019-05-09 03:33

    Let Me Love you is the second book in Lily fosters Let Me series, much of this novel overlaps with the first book in the series “Let me Be the One” however you do not have to read either one to understand the other they can be read as standalone. This being said I would recommend that everyone read the whole series so far, reading them all does give the stories more substance, but are in no way necessary just really good.I had trouble with this book, simply because I was able to relate so closely to the lead female character though most of the story I knew exactly how she felt and this gave the book a very real feel for me. This connection is one of the main reasons I recommend this book to everyone, I feel just about everybody will find a character they can relate to in this series.

  • jGarTor
    2019-05-04 22:31

    First off I want to thank you for the copy I received 10-9-2014 from Goodreads giveaway! I was super excited and so ready to read my copy. I started and could not stop reading so needless to say I am very tired this morning. I truly loved the story and the fact that it was not an easy breezy romance, just like in our everyday life it is a struggle. I am about to start reading Book One that I downloaded! Thank you and I will have you on my list of great authors to continue to read!

  • Tater
    2019-04-28 00:25

    WOW!!!Loved Book One in this series, Let Me Be the One, but this story, in my opinion, blew it away. Its characters are more complex, there is definitely more of a roller coaster of emotions (tissues are recommended), and it is definitely a book that is more mature in content (translation: hot and steamy). Starting the next book, Let Me Go, tonight.

  • Amanda Williams
    2019-05-08 20:12

    very good book. must read Let Me Be the One first as it leads in and gives a lot of the background story. Caleb and Rene's story is very tough in the beginning and they have a rocky start. I love the way he let's her be herself and takes Care of her at the same time. lovely story.

  • Brittany Crouse
    2019-05-21 01:13

    Very good book! Loved the characters, Rene and Caleb, they were fit for each other. So glad that they ended up back together after all they ended up going through. It was definitely a happly ever after!

  • Big Red
    2019-05-05 21:20

    I am writing reviews for this entire series because I LOVED it. Book two was sadder, more emotional, but more satisfying because of the dramatic twists and turns. I loved the character Rene and feel many of us in this age bracket can relate to her struggles. Caleb? The ultimate alpha male.

  • Cindy
    2019-04-22 21:09

    Again Ms Foster takes a spin at a New Adult story and throws some real world themes in there that really make for an enjoyable read. I think this series is going to be very interesting and I'm looking forward to taking it all in!

  • Daniela Roberts
    2019-05-21 03:15

    Soooooo engrossing. Could not put it down. I'm hooked on this author. Plots are realistic, characters are so lovable and relatable.

  • Brit
    2019-05-09 02:27

    Review to come

  • Dawn Nesmith
    2019-05-13 04:10

    I loved it. Felt very connected to Rene. She had so many great qualities. A true survivor. And Caleb is up there with my favorite book boyfriends.

  • Ingrid Seles
    2019-05-03 20:18

    Painful but so goodI gave a five star rating because I shed actual tears as I read this book. So sad but uplifting at the same time. Real in every sense of the word.

  • Libenny Saint-Hilaire
    2019-05-18 03:19

    This book is a sequel to "Let Me Be The One" and since I knew the first book was good like crazy I had to read the second one! This book is called "Let Me Love You" by Lily Foster and it is a fiction/romance book.The main characters of this book are different than the main characters of the first book however, they are included. Rene and Caleb fall in love at first sight; since the first day that Darcy, who is Caleb's sister and main character of the first book, presented them in the restaurant. Caleb was drooling for her and Rene was close; a brick wall she put up after her paternal figure aka her father left her broken when she was young. Caleb and Rene date secretly until they hit a rough patch where Caleb is accused of cheating...TWICE! They eventually get back together and get engaged.I liked this book because as I previously stated the first book was amazing and I gave the second book a shot; I surely was not disappointed. My favorite character is Rene because I can relate to her. I have grown up in a household where love is demonstrated in awkward ways; a mother that loves to pressure her kids into work but still wants the best for us, a father that is always working but tries to give us the attention we seek and deserve, two annoying brothers that although I love can be a pain in the butt and a grandmother that loves to get me in trouble...ALL THE TIME. Rene grew up with an alcoholic, never there father who never paid mind to his child's safety after he brings a stranger home with him. After such events, Rene puts a wall around her heart to protect it from ever getting broken but I on the contrary have opened mine up once and it never ended well as I was heartbroken.I recommend this book to EVERYONE but anyone that is mature enough to handle its fiery and hot scenes!

  • Busisiwe Mashiane
    2019-05-16 22:22

    I trully felt like Lily knows what she is talking about when it comes to love. Rane is a strong woman and I trully admire her charector but it though my heart into pieces when she found happiness only to denie it and have an abortion i cried my heart out for that but in time I understood her broken perspective and Caleb is trully a prince and i felt the love he had for Rene was before he knew it. i found the book to be very realistic and as a result i loved it and the fact that it was well written added to the joy of reading it.

  • Sharon
    2019-05-15 01:10

    Very good reading.I really enjoyed this book. Renee was a friend of Caleb's sister, Darcy. They fell in love but like most couples had some rough times. The book covered several years but it flowed nicely. I enjoyed learning about Renee's life as time passed and she told Caleb. I'm looking forward to reading more books by Lily Foster.

  • Lala
    2019-05-04 00:24

    3.75 starsI liked this story better than Let Me be the One but I feel like there's a real theme going on here about people who just refuse to accept happiness and that ticks me off. Not sure if I will read the next two. Although...Can Mick and Caitlin get a story? I feel like that would be a pretty interesting story. I'd definitely read that.

  • Mia Simino
    2019-05-16 20:19

    Loved Caleb and Renee's story. Really like this entire group of books. Well written.

  • Ge Wang
    2019-05-08 21:31

    The second book in LET ME Series by Lily Foster, LET ME LOVE YOU, it's the story between Rene and Caleb. I was still in love with this painful at times but beautiful, emotional and romantic story so much. I'm so touched and moved by Rene & Caleb's story. I'm starting the third book now.

  • Sonali Dabade
    2019-05-01 04:32

    Well-written. Not too great but a good way to pass time!

  • Marlee (emthereader)
    2019-04-22 20:17

    this was a nice quick read for me. the story flowed right & the book was well written. it definitely had some flaws, but overall it was an enjoyable read.

  • Tracy Cox
    2019-04-26 20:21