Embracing Love

Synopsis
Lila was nineteen and going off to college, she hated to
leave her family and friends behind. She had the perfect life; she had two best
friends whom meant the world to her. She had a great boyfriend, she cared a lot
for him and was worried about what would happen once she left for NYC and left
him behind.
Although Lila and her boyfriend had been friends for years
before dating, she suspected he was unfaithful. It hurt her more than she
thought it would when she catches him in the act and found out it had been
going on for months. The one person she thought, would never be there for her
was now her rock. This man she never thought she would feel anything for was
now whom she admired, and wanted in her life. What was going to happen once she
left?
 Lila was excited when
she seen a familiar face in NYC and had met new ones. It couldn’t get any
better, she had met great friends and stayed in contact with the man she had
fallen for. Things change when tragedy leaves Lila feeling broken and not
knowing where to turn, when she has lost two of the most important people in
her life. What is she to do now that all her dreams where fading. Could she
move on and be happy, or should she just give up hope.

Review:
I have to say I thought this was a good romance for young adult readers. I have to say I did find my self you set that she kept hurting the two men she claimed to love. She married the one she said she loved with everything. Then why did she sleep with another man? Now she pregnant. Wow you the father her husband or her ex. I really think it will be the ex just because that would b her luck and she will have to tell Will be witing to red next to get all my answer.

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 Playlist

I love music! I have used some of
these songs in Embracing Love
. I have listened to all of
them while writing, some of them over and over. I would open the playlist and
get lost in the music while writing. Each song has lyrics that fit with the
characters, and their story. There are a couple songs that mean more than
others. When I say I had them on repeat, they were on repeat for hours! My
husband is thankful for my ear buds.

        
Broken by Lifehouse
        
What Hurts The Most by Rascal Flatts
        
I Won’t Let Go by Rascal Flatts
        
Skyscraper by Demi Lovato
        
Poison And Wine by The Civil Wars
        
I’ll Be by Edwin McCain
        
It Will Rain by Bruno Mars
        
Marry Me by Train
        
Here Comes Goodbye by Rascal Flatts
        
Not Over You by Gavin Degraw
        
Far Away by Nickelback
        
Make You Feel My Love by Adele
        
God Gave Me You by Blake Shelton
        
Naughty Girl by Beyonce
        
I Won’t Give Up by Jason Mraz
        
If I Were Your Man by Bruno Mars
        
God Bless The Broken Road by Rascal Flatts
        
You’re the Inspiration by Chicago
        
Hallelujah by Jeff Buckley
        
Wind Beneath My Wings by Bete Midler
        
Remember Me by Sarah McLachlan

 

 

 

 

About The Author

Delisa Lynn grew up in Columbus Ohio and loves Buckeye
football. After working in retail photography for sixteen years, she wanted to
take a different path and attended college where she received a diploma in
Medical Assisting. She married her high school sweetheart, and moved to the
Midwest, missing the east coast they decided to move back and are now residing
in Western New York with their fur daughter Sophie. Delisa has always had a
passion for reading, and has wanted to write her own novel. Delisa loves the
outdoors, traveling, shopping and family time. When not writing, you can find
her snuggling up with her fur daughter and reading a good book or watching a
good movie. Delisa is currently writing Borrowed, a Novella from Evan Martin’s
POV. Also look for Embracing Us and Embracing Hearts, all releasing early 2014.

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