Romance author Mallory Greer didn’t know what she was getting herself into when she let her best friend’s brother move into her spare room. Malachi Goranson expected that adjusting to civilian life would be difficult, but letting the woman of his dreams love him was the easy part. Fans of best friend’s sibling romance will enjoy this quick and fun read. The second book in the highly anticipated 425 Madison series is now live! Read LET ME LOVE YOU by M.K. Moore today.
About Let Me Love You
My professional life has taken off. Now if I could get a personal one, that would be great. He is so amazing. Good looking, smart, and everything I ever wanted. Why won’t he let me love him?Malachi
Coming home from a life of service is hard. It’s even harder when you’re injured. Why did she have to be so beautiful? She is everything I never knew I wanted. Letting her love me was the easy part.
Don’t let the title fool you, this book is full of all the MK Moore yumminess that you can handle. As always, you can expect a safe and steamy happily ever after.
After all, 425 Madison Avenue is the perfect place to fall in love.
*Each story is completely standalone.
I’m torn about this book.
I really liked Mallory when she made appearances in the first book, Must Love Coffee. I still mostly liked Mallory in this book, and I liked Malachi. But the beginning of the book had me internally screaming “too fast!”
Mallory’s career success doesn’t seem to fit a 23 year old, even one who published her first book as a teen. But her age does account for everything that didn’t sit well with me – especially her naivete, her arguments with Margo.
But, she and Malachi did fit well together. He looked out for her when she didn’t think to do it herself, and she helped him see that he was still whole and valuable. But my biggest pet peeve for these types of books is instalove and this is allllll about the instalove. And the fact that *only* Margo was concerned about the timing of events – not even any of the parents – just doesn’t make sense. But maybe that’s just me.
I did like how so much time passes in this book. We are with Mallory and Malachi a year later, nine years later, and fifteen years later.
Overall, this isn’t a bad book. I just didn’t love it.
Copyright @ MK Moore 2019
I laugh. “Whatever you want Mallory. Whatever you want,” I say, barely holding it together.
“Challenge accepted,” she says grinning. This gives me a perfect view of her straight white teeth. Fuck, even those are pretty. God, who thinks teeth are pretty besides dentists? She puts on the first season of a show. A few hours and several episodes later, I’m hooked. It’s hilarious.
“What is this?” I ask. I get really into the show, but every so often, I look over at Mallory and stare at her. Thankfully, she doesn’t see me. I am sure I look like a fucking creeper.
“The British version of The Office. I’ve seen the American one, but I think this one is funnier.”
“Don’t you need to write?” I ask. She smiles brightly and her brown eyes shine with it.
“You know about that, huh?”
“Margo told me,” I say, laughing.
“Oh Lordy, I can just imagine what she said. I do need to write, but I’m having a better time with you,” she says, smiling yet again. I can’t help smiling as well.
“Me too.” Right then, my grumbling stomach reminds me that I haven’t eaten since five this morning. “So, what’s good to eat around here?”
“Is this your first time in New York?” she asks, tapping her finger on her chin. Damn, she is adorable.
“Yes,” I say, nodding.
“Well then, pizza of course. Do you want to go out or order in?”
“Order in. I’m exhausted from traveling today.” I’m still leery of social situations, I know that I’m cringing, but she doesn’t say anything. She just nods understandingly.
“Okay,” she says. “I know the perfect place to order from. What kind do you want?”
“Pepperoni and mushroom,” I reply.
“Ooh, me too,” she says, and I listen as she grabs her phone and orders two large pies.
“That’s ambitious,” I say when she hangs up.
“Two large pies? How are you ever going to eat that much?”
“You’d be surprised; besides, I love leftover pizza.” She shrugs as she gets up from the couch and heads into the kitchen. “I have red wine or Foster’s,” she yells. I already don’t like that she is out of my sight.
MK is married to the love of her life. She lives in Tennessee with her husband. She is an avid reader and loves telling steamy stories she deems filthy contemporary. She loves meeting readers, so come hang out with her!
About the 425 Madison Series
Welcome to 425 Madison Ave the perfect place to fall in love. Nine delicious romances set in fast-paced & sexy NYC just waiting for you to read.
The series features stories from some of your favorite romance authors: Leigh Lennon, MK Moore, Allie York, Aubree Valentine, Kay Gordon, Lauren Helms, Sylvia Kane, Katy Ames, and C. Lesbirel.
Join these authors as they come together, each with a standalone romance for you to enjoy.
Featuring some of readers’ favorite tropes: second-chance romance, best friends sibling romance to a good ol’ enemies to lovers romance. We’ve got you covered with a sports romance, a fake relationship and even an ugly duckling or two. Don’t forget a brother’s best friend and falling for your soul mate. Maybe a little love triangle as well. Each tale offers you something new, something different. After all, 425
Books three and four in the series are coming soon! Add them to your Goodreads shelf today!
Just Swipe Right by Allie York, Book #3
A Love Triangle Romance
Two for Holding by Kay Gordon, Book #4
A Sports Romance
This release event is brought to you by Forever Write PR – Forever your source for all your writing needs. Visit FWPR on Facebook!