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REVIEW – Let the Waves Come In by J.L.LeslieLet The Waves Come In by J.L. Leslie
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four-stars


I’m Aubrey Somers. I’ve landed my dream job. I have a great apartment and I still keep in touch with my best friend...even though he lives hundreds of miles away. I’ve even started dating again. I have a lot going for me.
It doesn’t matter that I have to take an anti-depressant everyday or see a therapist every other week. It doesn’t matter that I refuse to drive anywhere. The wreck that ruined everything I had is almost a distant memory. Almost.
But now I have two men in my life. Two men who want to be with me. Two men I never thought I’d have the chance to be with. And I feel like I’m drowning...
“His hungry mouth consumes everything from me. All of my emotions. When he pulls away, I don’t know what to feel. What to want. Who to want.” – Let The Waves Come In
**This book contains explicit language and sexual scenes. It is meant for adult readers only.**

Aubrey has had a crush on her best friend Drew’s brother Declan for years. She gave up her virginity to him when she was 18 thinking it would get him to acknowledge her. He practically threw her out of his room when he was done. She ran to Drew who consoled her the rest of the night. Now, yrs later living in California she runs into Declan. They become roommates but it doesn’t take long for their roommate relationship to turn into them being a couple. Things are going well then out of nowhere her ex fiancé Chandler that was supposed to of been paralyzed comes into the picture and wants her back. She finds this complicated as she has feelings for both Chandler and Declan. Who does she pick to be with? This was a great book which I really enjoyed. I can’t wait to read Drew’s story next. This was my 2nd book to read by this author and definitely not my last. I really enjoy her writing and the way she develops the characters in both books I have read.

I received an Arc in exchange for an honest review

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four-stars