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I am nothing like my family. But I’m held captive by their secrets and lies.
I should have listened to that voice in my head and left Susan alone. But I couldn’t just walk away. She was the only brightness in my life—a life of living in the shadows cast by the evil that surrounded me.
She taught my heart to love. But in return, she was forced to run away and leave everything behind, including me. After that, my life was never the same.
I no longer live—I survive. I survive to protect her from my family.
I didn’t deserve another chance with Susan, but an accidental meeting years later gave me just that. And selfishly, I couldn’t let her go—I never could. Unfortunately, neither would my family.
Only able to communicate in secret, Susan and I had to wait for the day that my family’s truths would be exposed and we could finally be together. Until then, I would tell their lies and keep my silence. But I will have my revenge.
Some would think our story is one of loss. But sometimes through loss, we discover the most precious gifts of all.
*Intended for readers 18+.
**This is the follow-up novella to Absolute Love, but can also be read as a standalone.
Love's Sacrifice is a novella that comes after Absolute Love. I loved book one, and jumped at the chance to read the follow up. I loved following the story from Aaron's point of view, even knowing what the outcome would be. Heartbreaking in spots, uplifting in others, I cried, I smiled, I laughed. Totally my kind of read. I can't wait for the next book by this author.
I was given an arc in exchange for an honest review.
A Fantastic Addition
Love's Sacrifice is a fantastic addition to the Absolute Series. It tells the story of Absolute Love (the first book in the series) from Aaron's point of view which helps to explain more of why Aaron and Susan weren't been able to be together. I loved learning more details of the back story along with finding out what happens with Aaron and Phoebe. Erin Everleigh's writing is so real that I felt Aaron's unconditional love for Susan and Phoebe along with his pain, anger, and despair for the situation they were in that kept them apart. The Absolute Series is not the normal cookie cutter romance where everyone is guaranteed a HEA. I think that's one of the things that I really love about it. In real life nothing is guaranteed and even though I knew what happened to Susan from Absolute Love, when Aaron found out I truly hurt for him and their lost chance at being together. The emotions in Love's Sacrifice were so real and raw that I cried a few times.