"Let Me Love You" was truly awe inspiring. Here you have this 30 something woman who was just betrayed by the man she was supposed to spend the rest of her life with. She’s angry, hurt and cautious when it comes to letting somebody else in. Then you have this 20 something guy who has just graduated college and realizes that now is the time to act on the feelings he’s had for their neighbor since he was young.
Stacey and Ren’s relationship was interesting to me; I was on the edge of my seat wondering how Stacey was going to react to Ren’s need for them to be together. Considering she watched Ren grow up and is friends with his parents, it was a precarious situation for her to be in. Ren himself was very confident in his view of what he wanted to do with his life and Stacey being a part of that. Watching them struggle to figure out who they are and if the relationship can or will last was very complex. You have no idea how the situation is going to turn out until the last few pages.
I enjoyed reading "Let Me Love You" and the title speaks for itself. Can love conquer all when you have a big gap in age and you feel like the world/neighborhood will go against you for your relationship?
At the end of "Let Me Love You" you will get a list of Jessica’s other books, which include:
More Than Friends
Girl Code: An anthology
Alpha's Claim Anthology--Panther Ridge
The Taking Advantage Series
Twenty-three-year-old Ren Haynes returns home after graduating college with two goals--start his engineering career and claim the heart of his parents' thirty-one-year-old divorced neighbor, Stacey Williams.
Stacey is nursing her broken heart and shattered ego. Not only did her ex-husband have an affair, he got the woman pregnant. Picking up the pieces of her life isn't easy, so when Ren taps into her need to feel desired again, she finds herself in a position she never imagined.
Can Ren help to rebuild her confidence and convince her that age is just a number?