Don’t Let Go

Don't Let Go

Don’t Let Go by Willow Winters

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


I love this author’s writing in general, and it was a fun change of pace to read these short stories, different than the longer novels I love so much. She wrote at the end of Infatuation that she’d like to revisit that world and wrote more, and I’d LOVE to see that! What happens with Lila and Alec? What is the deal with the cryptic references to Annabelle (Belle)? Why does Drew care about any of it? So many questions.
Loved these short stories- good for when you are addicted to reading, but know you don’t have hours and hours to devote to a novel at a particular time.
Recommended!



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Seductive. Addictive. Captivating.

The irresistible heroes in these stories have those three features in common.
Some stories are second chance; others are fated love. But every single one of them, you’ll crave to the last page.

This is a collection of tales published by Willow Winters but no longer available. These stories touched my heart, but were exclusive at the time so if you didn’t snag them then, they were lost to you forever.
I wanted to make sure you could read all of my work and now you can. Happy reading, xx

The stories available in this collection are:
** Infatuation, the first novella in the USA Today best-selling bundle, Drawn to Him.
** Desires in the Night and Keeping Secrets, both shorts published in exclusive bundles with best-selling author Adriana Locke.
**Bad Boy Next Door, a novella I wrote years ago that I still often think about. The damaged hero and second chance love in this romance is one I wish I could go back to often. It’s the final tale included in this collection for a total of 4 stories not available anywhere else!

Published by Amanda Marie

Compulsive reader. Romantic suspense/contemporary romance/dark romance/NA romance addict. Particularly fond of mafia, forced/arranged marriage, secret baby, kidnapping, and dark alpha heroes. Just out here doing my part for humanity- these books won't read themselves.

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