A chance encounter. An undeniable connection. An unimaginable twist of fate.
Kailey’s life is crumbling. Her best friend and sister, Jen, is dying, leaving her young family devastated. With little hope of saving her, Kailey is forced to face a reality she never expected.
Trey’s life is fun and carefree. He loves the girls, his drums, and his friends. That’s not to say he isn’t continuously plagued by a difficult decision made years ago—one that changed the course of his life.
Despite the connection they make when their paths unexpectedly cross, Kailey knows her life has no room for anyone else right now. But regardless of how many times she pushes him away, Trey only fights harder to make a place for him in her life and in her heart.
Trey thought he knew heartbreak, but he had no idea until life gave him a second chance, only to snatch it away just as fast. This time he’s determined to keep his place in the life of the ones he loves.
Is there such a thing as fate? If so, can Kailey and Trey hold on to one another long enough to discover there’s no such thing as a chance encounter?
I was intrigued by the glimpse of a relationship we saw between Kailey and Trey in Let Me In. The story told in Let Me Love is amazing. Why is it amazing? Because who knew that Trey the manwhore was so deep. Who knew he had it in him to be the best thing to ever happen to
Kailey has a life no twenty-two-year-old would want and no one would envy. When Kailey and Trey meet she decides to take a brief break from her life to have a little fun. What she didn’t count on is the Trey buried beneath the manwhore exterior. Kailey wants to believe in Trey, but the good things in her life have a tendency to go away.
I have to admit there were times that no matter how much I empathized with Kailey’s situation, I wanted to shake her until her teeth rattled. Kailey was strong in every part of her life except when it came to believing in Trey’s love for her. I could understand her doubt. Then when Michelle finally reveals the last twist in their story, it seems like all of her suspicions are true.
The Trey we got to know as a loyal friend in LMI grows into the man who is going to stand beside the woman he loves, even when she tells him not to. Trey knows what he wants, and he wants Kailey and all that her life entails. It wasn’t what he planned, but it’s just what he needed. He’s had to make some tough decisions in the past, but he knows he’s a better man for it and this time he’s going to fight.
Let Me Love was a page turner. Each time I recovered from a revelation or twist another popped up. I never saw what was coming next. Michelle wrote a story that made me feel every emotion in the book. Each book in The Invisibles’ Series has gotten better and better. The book can be read as a standalone, but you would miss so much with the other characters. I can’t wait to see what happens to Dex in Can’t Let Go.
The Invisibles Series:
Don’t Let Go (Book #1)
Let Me In (Book #2)