Me Without You
by Kelly Rimmer
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Pub Date 10 Oct 2023 | Archive Date Not set
Fans of Colleen Hoover and Mia Sheridan will fall hard for this New York Times bestselling author's stunning, unforgettable story of how love can break your heart—and heal it.
Callum Roberts isn’t looking for love when he sees a beautiful—and barefoot—woman on the local ferry. But as they banter over the waves, sparks fly, and Callum falls hard.
Little does he know that Lilah MacDonald has a secret, and she doesn’t plan on returning his feelings anytime soon. But Callum isn’t easy to resist, and soon, she can’t imagine life without him. Until it becomes impossible to keep the truth from him any longer, and Lilah is faced with a tough decision: let Callum go or hold on to him for what time she has left.
Soon, Callum and Lilah discover what it means to love—and what lengths they’ll go to keep it, even when it tears their world in two.
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A powerful story that proves love can hurt in an instant yet heal the brokenness, open doors and provide so much hope and gratitude.
I laughed, I cried and I loved this book. I didn’t expect to feel so emotional about this story, but Lilah and Callum were exceptional characters that were likeable and relatable.
Lilah and Callum were not supposed to fall in love, it went against the rules.. but they did. It shocked Lilah, who knew deep down how much loving and being loved by Callum would hurt them both. But what she wasn’t prepared for was the amount of life and love they were able to pack into such a short amount of time.