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(Best Friend’s little sister)
Ariana Andrews is innocent and pure, for the most part. She’s all about the rules. Rules are good. Rules prevent you from behaving recklessly. Keep you from making irreversible mistakes. Like sleeping with someone you shouldn’t.
Caleb Carlisle is sinful and immoral, for the most part. Notorious playboy, charmer, manwhore. But with Ariana, he’s fiercely protective and compassionate. With her, he’d never go there, or at least he never thought he would.
There are just some lines you don’t cross.
Sleeping with your best friend’s sister is wrong.
The answer to his problem is simple.
Forget about her.
There are plenty more out there.
Easy, until Caleb realizes that Ariana is exactly what he needs.
She isn’t the problem.
She’s the answer.
Say Love is the first book of CL Stacey’s I’ve read and I enjoyed it so much I will be reading more of her work. This is the second book in her Lost and Found series, but it can be read as a standalone. Say Love combines almost all of my favorite things into one emotional and beautiful story: best friend’s little sister, second-chance romance, best friends to lovers, steamy sex scenes, light-hearted funny moments, heavy emotional moments, and a plot twist.
Left Behind (Lost and Found book 1) Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2nUZk3w
Say Love (Lost and Found book 2) Amazon Link: http://amzn.to/2o4wU3T
“If you love someone, like, truly love them, you’ll never want to take it back. You will want it to be permanent. Forever. Eternal.”
“I can say with the utmost confidence that Ari Andrews is the only girl in the world I’d get on my hands and knees for.”
“Love isn’t something I believe in. It’s just not in the cards for me.”
“We hurt each other to fulfill our own selfish desires.”
“The good things in life don’t come easy. The things you’re forced to work, to sweat, to bleed for are what last forever, because you know its worth, its value.”
“When I was with Ari, Heaven’s exactly where I believed I was. Without her, I feel nothing, emptiness. I suffer the loss of her every single day. Is this not hell?”